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Brendan Smith

Founder

Brendan is a long-time Washington Wizards fan who is passionate about the DMV and its community. He played high school basketball in Virginia and still coaches when the right opportunity presents itself. Brendan has written for several blogs including Wizards Xtra, Hoops Nation, Sir Charles in Charge, and Beale Street Bears. Brendan plans on getting an Associate’s Degree and either working in the corporate world or continue his dream of coaching basketball. He is the founder of DMVSN and currently resides in Fauquier County, Virginia

Charlie Wright

Editor & Nationals Beat Writer

Charlie works as a news reporter for a community paper in Southern Maryland, and writes for the sports department on a part-time basis. He graduated from the University of Maryland with a degree in multi-platform journalism in 2017. Charlie has been in the sports media industry for five years as both an editor and reporter. He is a huge fan of the Washington Nationals and would love to discuss when (or if) their window is closing, though he has very strong takes on the subject.

James Cragg

Editor

James is a current final-year sports journalism student at the University of Brighton (UK) with hopes of breaking onto the sport media scene upon his graduation in May. James has a passion for NBA basketball and is a supporter of the Orlando Magic (unfortunately), but has a soft spot for the Philadelphia 76ers and the Washington Wizards in particular. He has had several writing gigs with online blogs such as Last Word on Sport, Readient, the BBL, and most recently was the Editor-In-Chief at Hoops Nation.

Kevon Robinson

Editor

Kevon Robinson is an ODU alum with various experience in both broadcast media and journalism. His journalistic roots began as a featured columnist for the Washington Wizards having articles published for both Bleacher Report and the WaPo. His broadcasting background developed by creating/producing award-winning content for the campus radio station he attended. Shortly after he gained position as the In-Game Host at college sporting events. During those college years, “follow your passion” is something that’s always sticks to the mind. Thus Kevon returns to help create/push content for something he’s always shown a passion towards – DMV sports.

Olafimihan Oshin

Editor & Podcast Host

“Fim” is a Multimedia Journalism major at Morgan State University. He has experience in the writing field since his Freshman year. Fim previously worked for FanSided as a writer for their blog Wiz of Awes, and has written over 11 pieces for the site. As of right now, he is a social contributor for SB Nation’s Bullets Forever blog where he covers Washington Wizards and spends most of the time handling their twitter account during games. Fim also have experience writing on his own – creating his own blog, Four Verticals in March where it is focused on the NFL.

Josh Webb

Fan

Josh is a long time DC sports fan, now residing in Delaware where he attended Wilmington University with a major in Communications. He has experience covering the NBA for Hoops Nation. Besides writing articles, Josh also has experience working in radio and podcasting with various stations. In his spare time Josh coaches football as an offensive coordinator and hopes to be a head coach in the near future. He has a passion for all sports, and hopes to hold his own column some day.

Temi Okulate

Fan

Temi has had a passion for basketball from a young age. He is a die hard Washington Wizards fan, but also just loves the game of basketball. During his time in college, Temi co-hosted a sports radio show, and began his career in sports writing. He is excited about the new opportunity to work for DMV Sports Network.

Qargo Doe

Editor

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