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Okafor leads way as suddenly hot Wiz top BullsESPN.com Updated Jan 26, 2013Emeka Okafor had 15 points and 16 rebounds, helping the surging Washington Wizards beat the Chicago Bulls 86-73 on Saturday night.Upvote Share Tweet
Nene, Wizards hand Bulls first road loss in 6 triesCNNSI.com Updated Jan 26, 2013Nene, Wizards hand Bulls first road loss in 6 triesUpvote Share TweetNationals second baseman Danny Espinosa says he played with a torn rotator cuff in his left, non-throwing, shoulder late last season.Upvote Share Tweet
Storen reacts to Nationals' signing of SorianoMLB.com Updated Jan 26, 2013Nationals reliever Drew Storen didn't look or sound like an angry man on Saturday afternoon. He was having fun at Fanfest, and talked about how great it was to see so many fans at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.Upvote Share TweetThe Washington Nationals' newest racing president may have to drop a few pounds to be competitive.Upvote Share TweetIt's not generally easy to make the Pro Bowl exciting, but off-field events do conspire at times. There is the case of Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams, who will not play in this year's All-Star exhibit after he was injured in a nightclub …Upvote Share TweetRedskins left tackle Trent Williams will not appear in the Pro Bowl on Sunday, and instead will be replaced by Minnesota rookie tackle Matt Kalil, the Vikings announced, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post. The Vikings press release said that…Upvote Share Tweet
Wall, Wizards Topple BullsJan 26Wizards improve to 6-3 with John Wall after 86-73 win over Bulls.
Sources: Trent Williams Out Of Pro BowlJan 26John Clayton with the latest on Redskins tackle Trent Williams missing the Pro Bowl after he was the victim in a bar fight in Honolulu.
Super Bowl XLVII -- Flacco has arrivedJan 26The Joe Flacco debate is essentially over. He will paid like an elite quarterback, no matter what his critics think.