Three days off is too long

We get back to game action tomorrow night, after three gameless days.

The Fever’s ring ceremony will precede their home opener. Rookie Layshia Clarendon and veteran Tamika Catchings talk about what it means.

The Fever will host the Dream.

New York will host Tulsa, and Chicago hosts Connecticut.

Other WNBA news:

Dream….meet rookie Anne Marie Armstrong.

Angel McCoughtry in slow motion.

Mystics….today’s practice highlights.

Fever….the league has taken note of assistant coach Stephanie White.

Lynx….rookie Sugar Rodgers is determined to overcome her past.

Mercury….every Thursday, we’ll get the Mercury five.

Sky….will the Sky crack the playoffs in their eighth year?

Sparks….Candace Parker balancing act.

Liberty….Essence Carson talks about her passion for basketball, and music.

Shock….rookie Skylar Diggins’ game day rituals.

Sun….Kara Lawson brings poise and experience to the team.

General:

The WNBA is off to a strong start in the ratings.

One ESPN writer says it’s time to stop celebrating dunks.

College news:

Louisville coach Jeff Walz says embattled Rutgers athletic director nominee Julie Hermann took care of Cardinal athletes during her tenure there.

Q&A with USC coach Cynthia Cooper-Dyke.

Colorado has named former coach Ceal Barry interim athletic director.

Colorado State coach Ryun Williams continues to revamp the roster.

Catching up with Ohio State coach Kevin McGuff.

Notre Dame will have a tough schedule in its new league, the ACC, next season.

High school:

Former hoop stars Andrea Stinson and Ashley Battle have each landed their own high school coaching jobs.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Great links today!

    I've read a bunch of Granderson's columns and I can't remember ever agreeing with one, so today is a first.

    Had no idea about Sugar Roger's background. Amazing story. Gonna be following her now.

    Parker continues to be the W's most positive role model. Impressive. I hope the Sparks come together this year. She needs to get that championship.

    Didn't the acting San Diego State WBB coach quit and go to work as an assistant for Cooper-Dyke at USC? If so are you going to get a chance to sit down with her to get the straight story on Burns leaving? Everyone wants to know what happened there.

  2. Thanks for the feedback, and thanks for reading.

    I agree about Candace.

    I know what happened at SDSU, and I doubt if Coach Woods will speak about it. I am, however, going to interview Cynthia Cooper-Dyke and cover their team next year, which should be really fun.

  3. So the Burns story must be pretty ugly if no one is willing to talk about it even now. Is it a secret or just that bad?

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