Frank is the morning sports anchor for All News 99.1 WNEW and 106.7 The Fan.
A D.C. native, Frank has covered virtually every team in his 15 years in the Washington market, including the Redskins, Wizards and the Nationals.Frank is also the TV play-by-play voice of the Washington Mystics.
Frank and his wife Dyani have two children, Harper (4) and Lila (1) and they live in Northeast, D.C.
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. The Wizards shot just 31 percent in the 78-64 loss at Chicago Wednesday night. It was the lowest point total in Wizards/Bullets history.
For the first time all season, the Wizards put it all together and snapped a franchise worst eight game skid to start the season.
Allen went 3 for 3 from long range in the final quarter, scoring 11 of his 27 points in the fourth, and the Boston Celtics won for the second straight night over Washington, beating the winless Wizards 100-92 on Monday night.
Is it already time to shake up the starting lineup?
The Wizards showed why this might be a long shortened season in their home opener against New Jersey, blowing a 21-point lead and losing 90-84.
The countdown is on to the Wizards’ regular season opener versus New Jersey next Monday at Verizon Center.
Highlights of the 2011-12 home schedule include a five-game homestand from Jan. 14-22 that brings Philadelphia, Houston, Oklahoma City, Denver and Boston back to town.
The Wizards, who were 23-59 last season, will kick off training camp this Friday. They can only get better this year, right?
With no end to the NBA lockout in sight, Wizards players are fending for themselves when it comes to their off-season and possibly no-season plans.
First the NFL, and now the NBA, money is the dividing issue and how to divvy up millions of dollars.