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Capital City Go-Go Tickets
League: NBA G League
Location: Washington, DC
Capital City Go-Go TicketsThe Capital City Go-Go is the official Minor League franchise of the Washington Wizards. The roster consists of a mixture of NBA free agents who can sign anywhere and players under direct contract with the Wizards. The Wizards players can be sent down or recalled by the team, depending on the nature of their contract. The G League helps them develop their talent and gain extra experience against professional players. The Capital City Go-Go joined the league for the 2018 to 2019 season. With the growth of the developmental system, every NBA team that did not already have a G League franchise sought to purchase a preexisting team or create a new one. The Washington Wizards announced in 2017 that it was founding the Go-Go franchise. The name of the team was chosen to evoke the vibrancy of the Go-Go music scene that originated from Washington, DC, in the 1960s and 1970s. Purchase Capital City Go-Go tickets at StubHub, a leading source for live events.
Who are some of the top players for the Capital City Go-Go?In the 2018 to 2019 season, the top performers for Capital City were Jordan McRae, who had 30.4 points and 4.8 rebounds in 31 games, and Devin Robinson, who had 19.9 points and 8.1 rebounds in 22 games. Troy Brown Jr., a former McDonald’s All-American and the 15th overall draft pick for Washington out of Oregon, played 11 games for Capital City in the team’s first season. He averaged 16.6 points and 6.2 rebounds. All three players split significant time between the Wizards and the Go-Go throughout the regular season. Devin Robinson played seven games for the Wizards and averaged 6.7 points in 14 minutes. Jordan McRae came off the bench for 27 games and scored 5.9 points. Troy Brown Jr., meanwhile, made 52 appearances for the Wizards and started in 10 of them. He averaged 4.8 points in 14 minutes per game.
What was the Capital City Go-Go’s record in 2019?In its first-ever season, Capital City finished second in the Southeast Division and seventh in the entire Eastern Conference with a 25-25 record. However, the Go-Go finished two games back of Windy City and narrowly missed a spot in the postseason.
What is the Capital City Go-Go’s schedule?Capital City plays 50 games between Nov. 9, 2019, and March 28, 2020. The team plays four games each against its three division foes: the Lakeland Magic, Greensboro Swarm and Erie BayHawks. The Go-Go also has a critical stretch of games against the Wisconsin Herd, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Texas Legends, Long Island Nets, Westchester Knicks and Raptors 905 down the final stretch of the season in the month of March. Six teams from each conference will make the G League postseason beginning no earlier than March 31, so the conference games are critical for the team's playoff chances.
Who is the head coach of the Capital City Go-Go?Ryan Richman became Capital City’s second head coach on Aug. 1, 2019, after Jarell Christian was promoted to assistant coach with the Wizards. After serving some time on the University of Maryland staff, he joined the Wizards organization in 2013. At various times, he has been the video coordinator, player development coordinator, assistant coach and Summer League head coach.
Where does the Capital City Go-Go play?The Capital City Go-Go plays at the St. Elizabeths East Entertainment and Sports Arena. Located on the St. Elizabeths Hospital East Campus in Washington, DC, the 4,200-seat arena is also the home of the Washington Mystics from the WNBA. The arena hosts numerous other entertainment events as well.
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