Thinking about game two

Indiana forward Katie Douglas is still doubtful for tomorrow’s game two.

Fever Coach Lin Dunn says her team needs to rebound better and shadow Lynx forward Seimone Augustus if they hope to win game two tomorrow.

Minnesota forward Taj McWilliams-Franklin on Sunday’s loss: “we will be fine.”

WNBA President Laurel Richie has kind words for both the Fever and Lynx.

Finals blog.

Non-playoffs-related:

Minnesota is considering a ban on gay marriage. Seimone Augustus speaks out against it. She plans to marry her longtime girlfriend next spring.

Temeka Johnson blogs from Russia.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Augustus is following the lead set by Rapinoe and her girlfriend on the USWN Soccer Club coming out as lesbian during the Olympics this Summer. It's certainly their right to do so and it's also their decision to come out at the peak of whatever media attention their association / league may be getting at the time they did so.

    We'll see how it goes. With Women's Pro soccer trying to restart and WNBA attendance being at near historic lows it does make a person wonder if it makes sense. In any case, both sports will end up with exactly the outcome they deserve.

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