Balancing act

The WNBA is trying to find the right balance for player’s overseas commitments.

More WNBA news…..

Shock:

How a season with “Coach C” sparked Courtney Paris’ breakout season.

Fever:

Tamika Catchings returns, and hopes to help the Fever down the stretch.

Liberty:

Assistant coach Barbara Farris is growing and learning with the Liberty.

College news:

Texas Tech guard Amber Battle has been suspended for the month of November for initiating the first contact in last weekend’s fight with an incoming freshman football player.

Pat Summitt will remain Tennessee’s coach emeritus, and will retain the position as long as she wants it, as stipulated in a May contract.

A two-year rehab is a tough test for Ohio State’s Kalpana Beach.

Happy Fourth of July, peeps!

1 COMMENT

  1. Ms. Evans in Seattle is really a straight-shooter.

    Re. the financials involving overseas play, methinks the league needs to soften its language on this issue. It would be easier to sell the monetary penalties put upon the players if it were called "unpaid leave" (which is essentially what it is) rather than a "fine," a pejorative term implying some form of misbehavior is being perpetrated.
    As Ms. Evans points out, the league is not blameless here.

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