Busy-ness

WNBA:

Last night Silver Stars guard Becky Hammon scored her 5,000th point. The Connecticut Sun are also in the playoffs.

This morning, Sparks forward Delisha Milton-Jones appeared on KTLA Los Angeles. This afternoon she and teammate Ticha Penicheiro made an appearance at Jamba Juice in Santa Monica. Just down the road, Candace Parker was signing autographs at a West Los Angeles grocery store. I got great pictures at both events, and the minute they are up on hoopfeed tomorrow, I will link them here.

Today’s Dishin and Swishin focuses on Katie Smith and Crystal Robinson.

The Mystics’ Monique Curry is set to return to action after an ACL tear in the off-season.

College hoops:

Look at this juicy Monday night TV schedule.

Joy Cheek has replaced Trisha Stafford-Odom at Duke.

Tennessee will return to play in the Maggie Dixon Classic in New York this year.

Texas A&M is leaving the Big 12 next year. It’s a big leap.

Maryland Coach Brenda Frese has signed a contract extension good through 2017.

Pat Summitt:

Tamika Catchings said the Tennessee coach not only made her a better player, but a better person.

Summitt and Tennessee will walk an unfamiliar path.

Recruiting:

ESPN’s Mark Lewis drops his latest pearls of wisdom on recruiting.

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