Swinging into the last third of WNBA season

Tomorrow is September, and the last regular-season games are three weeks off.

Tonight’s result:

Minnesota is back in the groove right now; they rallied to beat the Shock, 92-83. Rebekkah Brunson’s double-double of 19 points and 11 rebounds was just the beginning, as all five starters were in double figures. The ever-resilient Shock never gave up.

Other WNBA:

Why Angel McCoughtry wasn’t a good trade option.

Tina Charles talks about where her drive to give back started.

Swin Cash is thinking of a broadcasting career after basketball.

Nneka Ogwumike’s life on the road as a WNBA star.

Former WNBA:

Chamique Holdsclaw just spent over a week in Senegal, Africa, helping coach young female ballers.

NCAA:

The Big 10 has released its 2012-2013 conference schedule.

UConn Coach Geno Auriemma is in line for a new contract.

Like her predecessor, Tennessee Coach Holly Warlick is emphasizing defense.

Pepperdine Coach Julie Rousseau has a whole new coaching staff.

Kentucky reported violations to the NCAA last year, including one in women’s basketball.

Tomorrow’s WNBA match ups:

Washington at New York
Chicago at Indiana
San Antonio at Phoenix

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