Go-Go Community News

Take a glance at the full run-down of events the Capital City Go-Go host in the D.C. community off the basketball court during the 2018-19 season!


Jr. NBA Parent Forum

Capital City Go-Go General Manager, Pops Mensah-Bonsu joined Bullets Alumni member, Phil Chenier and Mystics Guard Natasha Cloud for a Jr. NBA Youth Parent Forum and Basketball Clinic at the Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA).


Power Up!

On Friday, Dec. 7., Go-Go players Noah Allen and Tiwian Kendley spent their afternoon with Monumental Sports and Entertainment Foundation at Hendley Elementary School for the Power Up program. Power Up is a monthly structured physical activity program created and run by Go-Go assistant coach, Awvee Storey and Athletes for Hope.



Wizards CREED II Private Screening

The Washington Wizards hosted a private screening of CREED II for local community groups/students in the DMV area. Participants were able to view the movie first hand, before it was released on Thanksgiving Day. Prior to the start of the movie, participants had the opportunity to have a conversation with the film’s director, Steven Caple Jr and actor Florian Munteanu. Capital City Go-Go General Manager, Pops Mensah-Bonsu joined Mystics Guard Tierra Ruffin-Pratt and Bullets/Wizards Alumni member Etan Thomas for the private screening.


Go-Go Gives Back to The Community

Kellen Dunham explored the SW neighborhood of Washington D.C., where he introduced himself to community members and shared information about the Capital City Go-Go. Dunham invited each person he spoke with out to the next two home games, giving them a pair of tickets and a bag of team swag.


Troy Brown Jr. Thanksgiving

Troy Brown Jr. partnered with Tots 2 Tweens to help provide meals for their clients on Nov. 15. at various locations in the metropolitan area.


NBC4 Food-4-Families

On Nov. 19., NBC 4 Washington in conjunction with Monumental Sports and Entertainment hosted their annual Food-4-Families campaign and food drive at Capital One Arena. The Capital City Go-Go Head Coach, Jarell Christian, and team General Manager Pops Mensah-Bonsu stopped by the Capital One Arena to drop off their contributions to the cause of feeding 44 thousand families in need for the Thanksgiving holiday.


Team Grocery Store Tour Teaches Healthy Eating Habits

Capital City Go-Go players had the opportunity to have a grocery store tour to learn more about healthy eating habits, quick meal alternatives and affordable food options while they are on-the go. A Giant store nutritionist, along with the Go-Go G-League nutritionist educated Go-Go players through a cooking demo, a store scavenger hunt and taste testing of healthy snack options.



Entertainment and Sports Arena Ribbon Cutting

The Entertainment and Sports Arena (ESA) made its debut in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Ward 8 on September 22, 2018. The new home of the Capital City Go-Go, Washington Mystics, and Washington Wizards practice facility, kicked off its opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony, where Monumental Sports and Entertainment, along with Mayor Bowser and Events DC welcomed the DC community at large to the celebration.


Open Tryouts

The Capital City Go-Go hosted the team’s 2018 open local tryout out at the Saint Elizabeth’s East Sports & Entertainment Arena on Saturday, Sept. 15. The local player tryout is a unique feature of the NBA G League, in which players participate in drills in front of Go-Go personnel for a chance at an invitation to Capital City’s training camp in October. The Go-Go were able to invite up to five players from the tryout to training camp.

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Youth Basketball Clinic at Charles Hart Middle School

The Capital City Go-Go hosted a basketball clinic for 50 local students at Charles Hart Middle School, located in the SE area of Washington, D.C. The clinic featured the Capital City Go-Go’s Head Coach, Jarrell Christian and General Manager, Pops Mensah-Bonsu.

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