• Capitals owner continues support of Ovechkin's 2018 Olympics stance
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    Capitals owner continues support of Ovechkin's 2018 Olympics stance

    Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis said he has no problem with Alex Ovechkin if the superstar potentially defies the NHL and decides to go to the 2018 Olympics in Pyeongchang. “He has given a lot to our team and he doesn’t ask for much in return and whatever he likes to do in this one, I’ll support him,” Leonsis said after the second and final day of the NHL’s Board of Governors meeting.

  • USGA, R&A create local rule in wake of Dustin Johnson's U.S. Open issues
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    USGA, R&A create local rule in wake of Dustin Johnson's U.S. Open issues

    Eventual winner Dustin Johnson had his final round and championship put into limbo when his ball moved on the fifth green at Oakmont Country Club. After the walking rules official declared Johnson didn’t cause the ball to move, USGA officials kept looking at the footage. As Johnson was making his back-nine run toward his first major, the USGA informed Johnson that he might — might — be penalized for the ball moving.

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    The Woj Report: The NBA’s greatest “what if”

    With James Harden returning to a Kevin Durant-less Thunder team this Friday, the Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski looks back at the Super Team that never was.