WNBA feast

Every year since the league began, a bunch of whine bags always pop up and say the WNBA is about to fold. But the league is standing the test of time.

Nevertheless, their marketing needs work. (Great picture here of Candace Parker’s “Flo-Jo” sleeve)

Profitability is still a goal for the WNBA.

The Connecticut Sun – the last team the late Margo Dydek played for in the WNBA – has mounted her number under its baskets at Mohegan Sun Arena. She fit in everywhere.

The Sun have to win their fans back.

Jessica Moore, back in Connecticut playing for the Sun, has come full circle.

New GM, new challenges for new New York Liberty.

Former WNBA players enjoying coaching roles in the NCAA. (Cynthia Cooper-Dyke and the issues this year at UNCW have been omitted, interestingly)

Todays games:

Los Angeles at Minnesota, 12:30 p.m. CDT

New York at Atlanta, 3 p.m. EDT

Bonus:

Yesterday marked the first anniversary of the death of legendary UCLA Coach John Wooden. Coaches still carry on his legacy.

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