A camera-monitoring hub that would give authorities real-time access to hundreds of live video feeds across the Washington metropolitan area, including the Virginia and Maryland suburbs, is the latest law enforcement initiative rolled out by local officials struggling to stem a surge of lawlessness in and around the nation's capital. … [Read more...] about New crime surveillance center coming to D.C. raises questions about guardrails on police action
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Josh Robbins: The Wizards have waived John Butler Jr., who is on a two-way contract, a league source said. Butler will sign with the Wizards’ G League affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go, assuming he clears waivers. … [Read more...] about Wizards waive John Butler
The Wizards are waiving forward/center John Butler Jr., a league source tells Josh Robbins of The Athletic (Twitter link). Butler is on a two-way deal with Washington. According to Robbins, if Butler clears waivers, the plan is for him to sign a NBA G League contract with the Wizards’ affiliate, the Capital City Go-Go. He would remain an unrestricted free agent if that comes to … [Read more...] about Wizards To Waive John Butler Jr.
Washington Wizards rookie Bilal Coulibaly dunks against the Philadelphia 76ers. | Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images Stats, analysis, commentary. The team that shoots better wins nearly 80% of the time in the NBA. The Wizards outshot the Philadelphia 76ers 64.1% to 55.4% (effective field goal percentage). A team that makes four or more three-pointers than their … [Read more...] about The Numbers Crunch: Wizards fall short against Embiid and the 76ers