Sunday, March 26, 2017

Interviews and new jobs

Team news: The Mercury will bring back legends to celebrate its 20th season. Two trades sparked the emergence of the Dream. Player news: Interview with Sparks forward Essence...

WNBA marketing: improved, but still a long way to go

After the 2015 WNBA season, I laid out an eight-point plan to better market the league, which included better fan outreach and involvement, education...

Sparks camp update

The Los Angeles Sparks are one of several WNBA teams who have yet to make training camp cuts, mostly due to the fact that...

Dream upend Sparks as playoffs race heats up

Los Angeles, Calif. – The Atlanta Dream elevated their playoff stock Thursday, holding off the higher-seeded Los Angeles Sparks, 86-81. Angel McCoughtry lead five Atlanta...

WNBA happenings; Auriemma hospitalized

WNBA signings: Tina Roy has signed with the Atlanta Dream. Marist's Tori Jarosz has signed with the Dallas Wings. Michigan State's Jasmine Hines has signed with the...

Candace Parker crowned 2013 WNBA MVP

Candace Parker accepts the WNBA MVP trophy from league president Laurel Richie The MVP trophy   Los Angeles, Calif. - Candace Parker was named...

Basketball: open 24 hours

Only one ranked game tonight, and of course it was an upset: Kansas State upended #16 Oklahoma, 79-71. All scores. Tomorrow's schedule. College team news: The Pac 12 champion...

Hump day news

Today's result: The Mercury blew out the Mystics, 73-53. Lynx: Lindsay Whalen is hoping for a quick recovery. Minnesota has signed Kalana Greene to take Whalen's place. Mercury: From somewhere:...

Everything counts in large amounts

Hot game day on tap tomorrow, with playoff seedings and spots at stake: Dream at Mercury Fever at Mystics Lynx at Stars Sky at Sun Liberty at Wings Sparks at...

Three days to go!!

College team news: An NCAA title run is realistic for Ohio State if they get the mix right. Experienced, talented Miami is ready to make another...
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