Who is the best?

Despite the presence of other monster players like Skylar Diggins, Elena Delle Donne and Nnemkadi Ogwumike, ESPN says Brittney Griner leads the race for player of the year. (Love that the story reminds me of the “back in the day” WNBA commercials). Griner may not be the best player, but she’s the most dominant.

College news:

Scary….nine Pacific University ball players were hospitalized with the flu today. They are rescheduling their game against Long Beach State.

Duke sophomore Richa Jackson has torn her ACL and is out for the season.

St. Bonaventure dares to consider that they might go to the big dance this year.

NCAA tourney:

Debbie Antonelli and Beth Mowins talk March Madness with Cheryl Coward and David Siegal from hoopfeed.com, and Stephanie White.

Behind the scenes of the selection committee process.

Mock selection shows more.


Lindsey Harding, Cappie Pondexter, Marie Ferdinand-Harris and Sophia Young will compete in the NBA Haier Shooting Stars event Feb. 25. (Don’t mind the typo headline that gives the wrong year).

Scholanda Dorrell (formerly Robinson) will return to the Tulsa Shock.


  1. Yet another ACL tear.

    When will the NCAA and WBCA take on the knee injuries that decimate women's basketball? Pull together the research that's been done and make recommendations for coaches and trainers to follow. Take action!

    Breast cancer awareness is important, but many organizations are involved in that cause. ACL injuries impact our sport and our players.

  2. I've been wondering the same thing, Scamp. Three or four ACL tears ago I commented that if I heard of another one I was going to lose my mind. I'm going to write something about it.