Sunday, March 26, 2017

Another hot summer day of storylines

Today's results: The Fever routed the Storm, 88-65. The Stars defeated the Sparks, 70-63. Dream: Shoni Schimmel is working her way back to the court. Sun: The Sun signed Jennifer...

Wanted: spice in the WNBA

The WNBA is in a pretty good place on the grocery list at the moment. Top-notch players - check Good coaches - check Supportive cities - check A...

Pay attention to your smaller and independent media sources

In 1983, 50 companies controlled media in the United States. By 2012, that number had dropped significantly due to mergers and acquisitions. The six...

Sparks rout Liberty, 100-77, to go 8-0

Los Angeles, Calif. - Four double-digit scorers led the Los Angeles Sparks past the New York Liberty Tuesday, 100-77, en route to an 8-0...

Reactions to NBA player’s wife reflects the problems of women in...

Even if you don't watch NBA basketball, like myself, you most likely have been aware of the Twitter firestorm that resulted from Ayesha Curry's...

More movement in the pro ranks

WNBA news: Nike has signed Breanna Stewart. The Phoenix Mercury think Jillian Alleyne will be worth the wait. Imani Boyette has reached the Sky. Sun forward Jonquel Jones...

Aussie Aussie Aussie! Jackson left indelible mark on Seattle, WNBA

Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson are inextricably linked. Forever, the duo that won two titles with the Seattle Storm will be both remembered and evaluated...

More Lynx shirt fallout

Minneapolis Police leaving Lynx game in protest of shirts: The Minneapolis police chief said officers shouldn't have left Saturday's Lynx game to protest the team's...

WNBA drops player fines; president wishes activism was off court

A short time ago, the WNBA released this statement: WNBA PRESIDENT LISA BORDERS STATEMENT ON RECENT TEAM AND PLAYER UNIFORM VIOLATION FINES NEW YORK, July 23, 2016—WNBA...

The Wings lose physical battle against the Sparks

Arlington, Tex. - The Dallas Wings put up a fight against the Los Angeles Sparks Friday night, but it was not enough to come...
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