As their inaugural season winds down, the Capital City Go-Go are in the midst of a late playoff push.
Monumental Sports CEO Ted Leonsis stopped by the WTOP studios Thursday morning and reflected fondly back to the Washington Capitals title run and potential White House visit, laid out his expectations for the Wizards this season, and detailed his vision for legalized sports betting in the District.
The Washington Mystics may have arrived a year early for both their head coach and their new arena. But a trip to the WNBA Finals provided a preview of how great both might be next year.
The Entertainment and Sports Arena is a 4,200 seat, 120,000-square-foot arena that is home to the Washington Mystics and the new NBA-G League team, the Capital City Go-Go. It is considered a major economic win for D.C.’s Ward 8.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.