Saturday, August 24, 2019

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...

Sky lose more than just the game in Washington

Washington –The Sky fell to the Mystics 118-81 Wednesday night; however, it was not the score that left Chicago holding their collective breaths. Already missing...

18 hours until playoffs begin

Playoffs: Tamika Catchinga and Stephanie White are looking to extend their Fever careers in the playoffs. Catchings wants to keep driving her new Lexus to work. Under...

Two days until WNBA Finals begin; college ramping up

WNBA Finals: The Lynx are taking aim at history and a fourth title. The Sparks are taking some tips from owner Magic Johnson as they head...

Let the college basketball copy flow

College team news: Syracuse: what is orange collar basketball? The Maryland Terps are seeing more this year. Cincinnati is out to prove doubters wrong. New look New Mexico...

Essence Carson on playing in Turkey in the winter time

WNBA veteran Essence Carson went to Istanbul, Turkey shortly after helping the Los Angeles Sparks win the 2016 WNBA Championship, to play for Yakindogu Universitesi....

Thrilla in the SEC

What a game, what a game: The #5 Gamecocks survived the challenge from #4 Mississippi State, 64-61. Also: Missouri 60, Arkansas 46. Indiana 72, Penn State 66. All scores. Tomorrow's...
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