Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Two days until Game 3

WNBA playoff team news: Kristi Toliver said the Mystics will be better in Game 3. Down two games to one, Washington sees a path forward in...

Remaining WNBA rosters finalized today

Washington Mystics: Ariel Atkins Natasha Cloud Monique Currie Elena Delle Donne Tianna Hawkins Tayler Hill Myisha Hines-Allen Tierra Ruffin-Pratt LaToya Sanders Krystal Thomas Kristi Toliver Shatori Walker-Kimbrough Indiana Fever: Kelsey Mitchel Jazmon Gwathmey Erica McCall Tiffany Mitchell Candice Dupree Erica Wheeler Hind Ben Abdelkader Natalie...

“Basketball and Football” is a journey through the mind of...

Sports often serve as a microcosm of life. Through emotion and experience, it imparts on its participants, regardless of their specific role, some of...

Game Changers: the unsung heroines of sports history

Today I went to the LA Times Festival of Books - my favorite of all festivals. Not only are there many great books for...

AP top 25 poll: lots of shifting and shaking

Just as we predicted in this week's AP top 25 poll, much movement. Colorado and Syracuse are out; DePaul and Kansas State are in,...

We’re baaaaaack!!

One upset on opening day: #19 Kentucky toppled #14 Miami, 82-66. Makayla Epps had 29 to lead the Wildcats. More results: #1 Notre Dame whooped Central Michigan,...

Former WBCA head Beth Bass takes reins at Adidas women

Adidas Announces Beth Bass as U.S. Director of Women’s Sports Marketing PORTLAND, Ore. (July 18, 2016) – Adidas today announced Beth Bass, former Women’s Basketball...

Got intensity?

Sure seems like WNBA games have been INTENSE this first week of regular season. Today is no exception. The Dream took down the Sky, 87-81....

Naismith Trophy finalists named

Naismith Trophy finalists: Rachel Banham Minnesota Sr. G Big 10 Nina Davis Baylor Jr. F Big 12 Moriah Jefferson Connecticut Sr. G American Athletic Kelsey Mitchell Ohio State...

College coaches testify for affirmative action

Awesome thing happened today: Hundreds of college basketball coaches asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to preserve affirmative action in university admissions, writing in...
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