Tuesday, November 20, 2018

No games, but more news

College team news: Georgia looks to close the gap this season. Ohio State has a tough early schedule. Boise State has a deep bench this year. Kansas enters...

Lisa Borders steps down as WNBA president

The news came this morning: After three seasons, Lisa Borders is stepping down from her position as WNBA president. NBA deputy commissioner Mark Tatum...

Tina Charles a quiet giant for the National Team

If any WNBA player embodies the adage, "speak softly, carry big stick," it is Tina Charles. The veteran center held the New York Liberty down...

Refreshed Ogwumike leading National Team into World Cup competition

As the National Team worked through practices and scrimmages the last few weeks, in preparation for FIBA World Cup competition, a veritable rookie held...

Still waiting for some hoops

World Cup news: Players to watch at the World Cup. FIBA media day photos. There's no rest for WNBA champs Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd. Maya...

MVP Breanna Stewart exceptional, with room to grow

About halfway through the season, the serenading chants for third-year Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart began. "MVP! MVP!" home crowd fans screamed at KeyArena. Then three...

Quiet period odds and ends

World Cup news: The USA's World Cup team was unveiled. Team Australia coach Sandy Brondello will fight through injury woes. WNBA news: Biggest questions in the offseason. "What a...

No basketball, but three days until World Cup and 49 days...

WNBA team news: Is this Storm team the start of a dynasty? WNBA player news: Natasha Howard's charmed season ended with a title. WNBA coach news: How Dan Hughes...

Biding time until World Cup competition

The WNBA season: Retrospective on the entertaining year. What a record-breaking season means for the offseason. One final look back at the Storm's season. USA Basketball news: Five days...

Seattle Storm celebrate title with festive parade and rally

Seattle - Thousands of Seattle Storm fans turned a parade and rally to celebrate the team's third WNBA Championship win into a raucous love...
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