Christy Winters Scott - Wizards Host & Studio Analyst

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Christy Winters Scott - Wizards Host & Studio Analyst

Christy Winters Scott serves as a host and analyst for Comcast SportsNet’s pre- and post-game Washington Wizards programs, Wizards Central and Wizards Postgame Live. She also contributes to the network’s college basketball coverage.

As a player, Winters Scott was a four-year letter-winner for the University of Maryland from 1986 to 1990. She was an integral part of Maryland’s 1989 Atlantic Coast Conference championship team and led the team to that year’s NCAA Final Four. As a senior, Winters Scott was a first team All-ACC player, ACC All Tournament player, and Kodak All-American and All-East Region selection. She is a member of Maryland’s Athletic Hall of Fame. She also spent three years playing professionally in Italy and Switzerland.

Winters Scott has an extensive college coaching background. Most recently, she was an assistant coach with Georgetown and spent five seasons as an assistant with Maryland from 1997 to 2002. Prior to that, she was an assistant coach at George Mason University for four seasons. She is currently the head coach at her alma mater, South Lakes High School in Reston, Va., and was named the Fairfax County Women in Sport Coach of the Year in 2013.

A versatile broadcaster, Winters Scott has a wealth of experience covering the NBA, WNBA and NCAA for a variety of television and radio networks, including ESPN, Fox Sports, Raycom and CBS Radio. She has also hosted several local and national basketball programs.

A native of Reston, Va., she earned a degree in communications from Maryland.

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Sean McVay is now the proud owner of a multimillion-dollar California home

Sean McVay is now the proud owner of a multimillion-dollar California home

When most 30-year-olds earn a promotion, they'll receive a decent bump in compensation. Then, they'll use some of that bonus on that new set of golf clubs they've been eyeing, or perhaps on a fresh couch for the living room.

Sean McVay isn't one of those 30-year-olds.

The Rams head coach and former Redskins offensive coordinator bypassed those smaller purchases and has instead opted to recently buy a giant house in California. How much did McVay drop on the property? Oh, just $2.71 million. That's all.

The home, located in Encino, has six bedrooms, six bathrooms and checks in at more than 4,600 square feet. And yes, of course, it has a pool. 

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Here are some photos of McVay's new digs:

The Internet these days is full of hot takes. Here's a cooler, more reasonable one: McVay's house is pretty nice.

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Wizards Tipoff podcast, Ep. 6 - Kelly Oubre, Jr. goes 1-on-1 to talk about his emergence on defense

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Wizards Tipoff podcast, Ep. 6 - Kelly Oubre, Jr. goes 1-on-1 to talk about his emergence on defense

On the latest episode of the Wizards Tipoff podcast presented by Commuter Connections, Wizards Insider J. Michael goes 1-on-1 with forward Kelly Oubre, Jr. Oubre has emerged this season as a valuable weapon off the bench and lately he has helped them win some big games.

J. Michael talks with Oubre about developing as a young player, his favorite parts of playing defense and why he's not scared to guard the other team's best player. Oubre also discusses what he's working on right now to continue getting better.

You can listen to the episode right here:

You can download the podcast on iTunes right here and on Google Play.

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