(R to L) David Grolman (President of Retail Operations for William Hill US), Dave Feldman (Capitals season-ticket holder), Dave Dworkin (Wizards season ticket holder), Angela Tilghman (Mystics season-ticket holder), and Jim Van Stone (President of Business Operations and Chief Commercial Officer for Monumental Sports & Entertainment) pose for a photo as William Hill officially opens first-ever sports book within a U.S. sports complex and the first-ever sports book in Washington D.C. at Capital One Arena on August 3, 2020 in Washington, D.C. Today marked the official grand opening with ceremonial first bets placed by ticket holders loyal to the Washington Capitals, Wizards and Mystics since their inaugural seasons. Angela Tilghman of Washington, D.C., bet $3.03 (celebrating the March 3 date of the first womenâ€™s suffrage procession and to honor Breonna Taylor) that the Washington Mystics will repeat as WNBA champions this season. Dave Dworkin of Centerville, Va. bet $19.73 (the year his family became season ticket holders) on the Washington Wizards winning their Monday, August 3 game against the Pacers. Dave Feldman of Ellicott City, Md. bet $46 (the number of years his family has been season ticket holders) on the Washington Capitals bringing back the Stanley Cup this year.
(Aug. 2, 2020 - Source: Paul Morigi/Getty Images North America)