Friday, February 28, 2020

Never too long without a takedown


Alabama took down No. 12 Texas A&M, 76-63.

Illinois toppled No. 21 Missouri State, 78-66.

More results:

Notre Dame routed North Carolina, 83-65.

No. 1 South Carolina 100, Florida 67

No. 5 Louisville 68, Boston College 48

No. 8 NC State 69, Syracuse 60

No. 10 Mississippi State 92, Arkansas 83

No. 15 Kentucky 88, Georgia 77

No. 18 Iowa 90, Minnesota 82

No. 19 Florida State 81, Clemson 54

No. 22 Indiana 81, Nebraska 53

Tennessee 77, Ole Miss 66

Virginia Tech 70, Duke 56

Rutgers 63, Wisconsin 43

LSU 61, Vanderbilt 55

BYU 66, Pepperdine 64

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Oregon is looking to win the Pac-12 title outright tomorrow against Washington State.

With relevant opponents complete, help for the Ducks can only come from afar.

No. 7 Maryland looks to be even better in the postseason.

CAA: first-place Drexel is aiming for their first NCAA bid since 2009.

UConn isn’t dominating like we’re used to, and that’s OK.

Arizona State can get 20 wins and clinch a fifth seed in the Pac-12 with a win tomorrow.

A change in practice philosophy has sparked Charlotte.

Seton Hall is in position to control its postseason.

Ohio State is on the bubble.

One boy has an unbreakable bond with Buffalo.

College player news:

When Maryland is at its best, Stephanie Jones plays “mean.”

Rickea Jackson has elevated her game at Mississippi State.

Satou Sabally talks about her decision to go pro, and her remaining career at Oregon.

Washington’s Amber Melgoza is leading her team and making her mark.

Colorado’s Jaylyn Sherrod is having a freshman year to remember.

Twins Haley and Hanna Cavinder are taking Fresno State to another level.

Mississippi State’s Promise Taylor has medically retired.

Who’s the player of the year in each conference?

A former SMU player has filed a lawsuit against the university and coach Travis Mays.

The premiere of the “Women of Troy” documentary brought the USC greats home.

College coach news:

C Vivian Stringer was honored by New Jersey lawmakers.

Oregon State coach Scott Rueck sees progress, despite his team’s recent losses.

Hartford coach Morgan Valley earned Diana Taurasi’s champagne celebration.

The Carol Eckman coaching with integrity award has been given to Villanova’s Harry Perretta.

High school news:

Paige Bueckers podcast.

Jockeying for position


Texas upended No. 25 TCU, 77-67.

Hartford won their first game of the year in their season finale, taking down giant Stony Brook, 70-67.

Bowling Green 82, Ohio 68.

More results:

Kansas State topped Iowa State, 60-51, for their 200th Big 12 win.

Oklahoma State doused Texas Tech, 74-58.

Buffalo 88, Miami Ohio 72

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Arizona: Cate Reese’s health scare, Sam Thomas’ career night and a first-round bye.

Oregon State is playing well despite their setbacks.

Nebraska hopes that practice leads to better three-point shooting.

Boston College is back on the winning track.

Louisville hosts the Eagles tomorrow, with history on the line.

College player news:

Aari McDonald will participate in senior day for Arizona, but will wait to make a decision on whether to declare for the WNBA draft.

How Michigan State’s Tory Ozment instilled toughness into her identity.

Beatrice Mompremier has returned to the court for Miami after a 13-game absence due to injury.

Ohio State’s international players look to draw off their FIBA experience in the postseason.

The NCAA’s starting five for the week.

College coach news:

Dawn Staley wants to see more women in head coaching roles.

Gulf Coast coach Roonie Scovel will retire.

Five interesting things assistant coach Shea Ralph had to say about UConn.

Coach Chaia Huff has turned things around at Edgewood College.


The 20 boldest courts in college basketball.

NCAA news:

The NCAA is preparing for the possibility of coronavirus at basketball tournaments.

What the NCAA transfer proposal means, and what coaches and players are saying.

High school news:

Oregon commit Taylor Bigby can focus on her game.

WNBA news:

From Lindsay Whalen to Rachel Banham: a once-in-a-decade trade.

Taj McWilliams-Franklin shared her rich experiences with a girl’s basketball team.

Assault and weapons charges against Riquna Williams were dropped after she completed a diversion program.

Final week of regular-season play

Today’s results:

No. 7 Maryland 88, Purdue 45

No. 14 Northwestern 69, Ohio State 55

No. 23 Princeton 80, Penn 44…..the Tigers have won 18 straight

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Most seeding is still up for grabs for the Pac-12 Tournament.

Missouri State Tournament resume watch.

Arizona is bullish on hosting the NCAA Tournament.

It’s time for Michigan State to produce.

Northwestern is the NCAA’s team of the week.

How the Wildcats got an assist from their football super fans.

College player news:

Get to know Sabrina Ionescu, the nation’s best college player.

What Ionescu means for women’s sports.

Ionescu is quickly becoming the face of basketball, and she’s up for the challenge.

How Lindsey Pulliam put Northwestern on track for a top 16 seed.

Arizona State’s seniors are preparing for their final postseason run.

Digna Strautmane is riding a rollercoaster as Syracuse is running out of time.

Oregon State’s Kennedy Brown is coming to grips with her season-ending injury.

The ten semifinalists for Naismith defensive player of the year.

College coach news:

Oregon coach Kelly Graves said love is what holds his team together.

Charmin Smith challenges the norm of the white college coach.

After 42 years, Villanova coach Harry Perretta has coached his final game.

Dawn Staley wants to see more women in head coaching roles.

WNBA news:

The Storm re-signed Sue Bird.

The Sky re-signed Courtney Vandersloot.

The Lynx acquired Rachel Banham in a trade.

Victoria Vivians is ready for her WNBA comeback.

Tamika Cathings is a torchbearer.

Sky assistant coach Bridget Pettis has started a Phoenix nonprofit to “educate and feed.”

International news:

Puerto Rico has inspired an island on the way to the Olympics.

Big Monday: herstory is made


In No. 3 Oregon’s 74-66 win over No. 4 Stanford, Sabrina Ionescu notched her 26th career triple-double and became the first player in NCAA history to reach 2,000 points, 1,000 assists and 1,000 rebounds. She is in a club of one.

She did it after eulogizing Kobe and Gigi Bryant earlier in the day.

Where Sabrina Ionescu ranks among the all-time greats


Duke knocked off No. 8 NC State, 70-65.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

For the first time in four years, Northwestern has entered the top 15.

Local artists have teamed up to celebrate South Carolina basketball.

How Duke has turned it around.

Players and coaches discuss the Michigan-Michigan State rivalry.

Penn uses reality TV to bond.

Texas A&M seeks a strong finish to the regular season.

Can Oregon State land in the Portland regional?

Kansas State aims to get back on their front foot against Iowa State Wednesday.

The Cyclones’ most pressing issue this season is turnovers.

Ohio State looks to get back on track.

Analysis of the UConn offense.

College player news:

“Unique” Satou Sabally is ready to lead Oregon back to the Final Four, ahead of the WNBA draft.

Sabrina Ionescu: Dear Oregon Basketball.

Syracuse guard Tiana Mangakahia has been cleared to return after beating cancer.

Shay Colley’s return meant more than just two points for Michigan State.

Maria Albiero’s hard work and discipline is paying dividends for BYU.

WNBA news:

Kia Vaughn has signed with the Mercury.

The Liberty have re-signed Marine Johannes.

Blake Dietrick is back in Atlanta.

The Sun acquired Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis from Seattle.

The Storm has added Epiphanny Prince.

Carolyn Swords has retired, and will join the Aces’ front office.

Overseas report.

WNBA-bound Aussie superstar Ezi Magbegor has become Spalding’s first female brand ambassador.


Sabrina Ionescu, Diana Taurasi and Geno Auriemma spoke at the memorial service today for Kobe and Gigi Bryant.

Auriemma’s speech included humor.

A different look to this week’s AP top 25 poll

Upsets = changes in this week’s AP top 25 poll:

1. South Carolina
2. Baylor
3. Oregon
4. Stanford
5. Louisville
6. UConn
7. Maryland
8. NC State
10. Mississippi State
11. Gonzaga
12. Texas A&M
13. Arizona
14. Northwestern
15. Kentucky
16. DePaul
17. Oregon State
18. Iowa
19. Florida State
20. South Dakota
21. Missouri State
22. Indiana
23. Princeton
24. Arizona State
25. TCU

“Unique” Sabally set to lead Oregon back to Final Four, prior to WNBA

Satou Sabally, who played professional basketball as a teen in her native Germany, announced last week she will enter April's WNBA draft. Jaime Valdez photo.
Satou Sabally, who played professional basketball as a teen in her native Germany, announced last week she will enter April's WNBA draft. Jaime Valdez photo.
Satou Sabally, who played professional basketball as a teen in her native Germany, announced last week she will enter April’s WNBA draft. Jaime Valdez photo.

At least one WNBA rookie will enter the league this summer with a resume full of professional playing experience.

Satou Sabally’s decision to forego her final season at Oregon and enter April’s draft was not met with surprise last week. Many expected the prolific forward to make the move, as she had already played professionally in her native Germany before coming to the U.S.

But what is less known is that Sabally’s versatility on the court is matched by her depth and perspective as an individual. And being a Duck has prepared her for the WNBA better than any other playing field could have.

Before she leaves the program, however, this member of Oregon’s “big three” has unfinished business to address.

Coming off of a program-first Final Four appearance the previous spring, the Ducks entered 2019-2020 as National Championship favorites. Their first game was against the Women’s National Team, as part of their pre-Olympic qualifying exhibition tour. And despite Oregon’s No. 1 ranking, no one expected them to beat the all-veteran squad, 93-86. It was the first time a college team had had pulled off that feat in 20 years.

Sabally was a fountain of confidence in the match up, queuing up 25 points and grabbing six rebounds in just under 29 minutes of play. It was a significant marker for a young woman who arrived on campus in 2017 with a lot of worldly experience, but who needed to step up to match the physicality of NCAA play.

As a freshman, Sabally was thrust into the limelight with super-sophomores Sabrina Ionescu, who has become one of the best players in NCAA history, and Ruthy Hebard, the nation’s second-most efficient scorer this year. In a season that ended with a trip to the Elite Eight, Sabally averaged just 10.7 points and 3.8 rebounds, as she worked to adjust to her new life.

“I changed how I worked out, getting into the gym more,” she said. “Often in Europe the gym is an hour away, so you go to school all day and then do sports after that. Here it’s about managing school and sports together. And I got better at English by going to classes (at Oregon).”

Sabally emerged the following year, upping her scoring to 16.6 and her rebounding to 6.2, and becoming the third-most efficient player in Division I. But it was her versatility that was most noticeable.

“Her combination of size and skill is unique – it truly is,” coach Kelly Graves said. “She can score at every level, she can shoot with range, she can get to the basket. She has a great mid-range game, she can post up and score off of offensive rebounds.”

It is not uncommon for Sabally to bring the ball up court while Ionescu fills up a wing spot. It stymies defenders, who can’t tell whether she will drive to the basket, pass or pull up for a three-pointer. Hebard said that benefits the team on both ends of the floor.

“She’s such a good basketball player in general – she can drive, she can shoot, she can post up,” Hebard said. “It’s hard for people to match up with her defensively, because she can do so many things, and shes’ good at all those things. There’s not one thing she struggles with. that’s what makes her a special player.”

Sabally’s skill set also puts her in the spotlight on a team full of high-caliber athletes.

“Satou would have many more double-doubles if it wasn’t for the talent around her,” said longtime Oregon women’s basketball season ticket holder and former Duck player Peg Rees. “Imagine what it takes to stand out on a team with Ionescu and Hebard tearing it up regularly – and yet Satou often finds a way. That takes a real combination of skill and confidence.”

“Like Sabrina, Satou has spoiled the fan base with her range of effectiveness from anywhere.”

Sabally began playing basketball at nine years old, and her training was unorthodox.

“My coach in the past would always let me play point guard back home,” she said. “I was always really tall, but he wanted me to handle the ball well, and I’m grateful for that. He didn’t put me in the post, even though I was tall.”

By age 15, Sabally had been playing professional basketball in Germany for a few years – without pay, to preserve her amateur status – and she had become well-known. It was then that U.S. colleges began showing interest.

“When coaches started calling it was crazy,” Sabally said. “I didn’t know what was happening. I didn’t know a lot about the teams in the United States.”

Duck associate head coach Mark Campbell made several trips to Germany to court the young star, and she signed with Oregon after visiting. That fall the more laid-back Sabally was on the practice court with Ionescu, known for her intensity that is sometimes directed at teammates.

Satou Sabally boxes out UCLA players. Maria Noble/WomensHoopsWorld.
Satou Sabally boxes out UCLA players. Maria Noble/WomensHoopsWorld.

“I had to get used to it at first,” Sabally said. “It was the typical ‘ball is life’ approach, but it was perfect for me because it put more focus and attention on the seriousness of it all. (Working with Ionescu) helped me to be more aggressive and competitive.”

Graves said Sabally improved incrementally.

“With her it’s a mind set: ‘I’m going to be aggressive,'” he said.

She has had her starring moments this season, including 17 points, 10 rebounds and four assists in a win over former national champion Connecticut earlier this month. Graves sees her growth.

“When she first got here she was a catch-and-shoot player who would once in a while try to get to the basket, but that wasn’t her game – she was tentative,” he said. “Now she’s getting to the line a lot more, being aggressive and getting to the basket.”

“She’s doing a good job not just scoring for herself…..(but) creating for her teammates. She’s not always driving for herself, but she can more willingly kick to an open player.”

Off the court, Sabally is as worldly as her game. She is studying social science at Oregon, with a focus on crime, law and society. She is minoring in legal studies, and wants to go to law school.

“I don’t know what kind of law yet,” she said. “In recent months I’ve been looking into different kinds of juvenile law.”

Sabally is serious about her studies, and she reads books on her own time. Her favorite subject is politics.

“Politics rule the world,” she said. “It’s a cliché phrase, but it’s important to know and be aware of things that are going on, and I try to do that. I try to extend myself because it’s easy to read things that satisfy your knowledge and your opinion. I like hearing from other people so I can build my own opinion.”

Living in the U.S. has taught Sabally much about law and justice in the world.

“There’s racism in Germany too, but I feel like it’s different here because America has such a crazy history of slavery, which we don’t have,” she said. “I feel like the slavery aspect here is deeply-rooted into law, structures and consequences.”

“Germany has a lot going on with immigrants of Syria, and Africans coming over the ocean as political and economic refugees.”

Campbell, with whom Sabally has remained close, has called her “21 going on 40.” Graves said she is fascinating.

“She’s one of the most interesting players I’ve ever coached,” Graves said. “She’s brilliant, a great student, is socially-aware of what’s going on in the world, and she’s not afraid to comment on it. She understands civic rights and social justice, and she puts herself out there not on a whim, but because she’s thoughtful about it.”

He has no doubt she will fulfill her law dreams, and maybe more.

“She could be the chancellor of Germany someday,” Graves said. “She’s got that kind of presence, that kind of awareness. She’s special, she truly is.”

Family is also important to Sabally, as she remains close to her six siblings and her parents. Last March when Oregon hosted NCAA Tournament rounds one and two, her older brother came to visit she and her sister Nyara, who has been sidelined for two seasons with injury. In making her decision to declare for the draft, Sabally consulted her family. Ultimately, they are the wind beneath her wings.

“In terms of what motivates me, my mom sacrificed a lot for us to be here,” she said. “She got (her and Nyara) to practice every day, and we didn’t have a car back then. She was just sitting there waiting for us.”

When Germany was not named to the 2020 Olympic pool three weeks ago, Sabally’s path was cleared to head to the WNBA. She told ESPN that her decision was “very hard, but it was also a decision that came from the heart.”

With that pressure gone, Sabally is now focused on finishing her collegiate career with Ionescu and Hebard the way they want it: with a national title.

The road begins tonight, as the No. 3 Ducks take on No. 4 Stanford in Palo Alto in a nationally-televised, high-stakes Pac-12 match up. Oregon won the previous game between the two teams in January, and a win tonight would guarantee them at least a share of the conference regular-season title. It would also put them one win away from capturing that title.

Satou Sabally. Maria Noble/WomensHoopsWorld.
Satou Sabally. Maria Noble/WomensHoopsWorld.

Both teams have had their ups and downs this season, with the Ducks losing their top ranking in December after falling to then-No. 8 Louisville. Sabally said that ultimately, the loss was beneficial.

“I feel like….it was right that we lost because it helped us realize that we’re not unbeatable,” she said. “Everyone has vulnerable phases in the season, and maintaining composure is important. We learned that.”

Since their second and last loss to Arizona State Jan. 10, Oregon has won 13 straight and has beat eight top-18 opponents. Graves said his team was “regalvanized” in losing to the Sun Devils. Sabally said they have a stronger roster than last year.

“We definitely have more depth, with the bench being more ready than the year before,” she said. “It’s amazing.”

It is ironic that the 6-4 player who is projected to be picked fourth in the WNBA draft says that taking more jump shots, being more controlled and continuing to develop a post game are the areas in which she strives for improvement.

But for Oregon to get to the round of four in New Orleans, Sabally is in the driver’s seat.

“She’s the key (to getting back to the Final Four),” Graves said. “No one has a player like her. She’s a match up advantage for us on any given night.”

Tonight’s game tips at 6:02 p.m. PT on ESPN2.

So upsetting

Seven upsets – count ’em:

Washington 74, No. 8 UCLA 68….all of those come-from-behind close wins caught up with the Bruins, and the Huskies are a much better team than their record.

Alabama 66, No. 9 Mississippi State 64

Colorado 50, No. 11 Arizona 38…..the Wildcats were without top scorer Aari McDonald, who is injured.

Villanova 76, No. 12 DePaul 58……it was the last home game for retiring Harry Perretta.

Georgia Tech 65, No. 17 Florida State 62

Utah 75, No. 21 Arizona State 71

Florida 83, No. 22 Arkansas 80


Upsets of the unranked kind:

Notre Dame 72, Syracuse 70

Virginia 86, Virginia Tech 76

Georgia 73, LSU 66

Texas Tech 77, Iowa State 74

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina defeated No. 14 Kentucky, 67-58, to take the regular-season SEC title.

No. 15 Oregon state downed Cal, 76-63, to snap a four-game losing streak.

Texas Tech 77, Iowa State 74

Tennessee 67, Vanderbilt 63

TCU 49, Oklahoma State 37

Wake Forest 82, North Carolina 79 (OT)

USC 66, Washington State 60

Boston College 75, Miami 64

Michigan 65, Michigan State 57

Missouri 82, Ole Miss 67

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Power 10 heading into the final week of the regular season.

College player news:

This Southern Utah player got exactly what she wanted: a drug test.

WNBA news:

As a great Lynx era slips away, free agency begins.

High school news:

Paige Bueckers dazzled fans on her senior night.

Some clinching

Today’s results:

No. 2 Baylor smashed Oklahoma, 101-69, for their 55th Big 12 win.

No. 6 UConn downed UCF, 66-53, for their seventh straight AAC title.

No. 18 Northwestern put the hammer down on Wisconsin, 82-66.

No. 24 Indiana got past Minnesota, 75-69, behind 29 points from Ali Patberg.

Rutgers edged Ohio State, 59-57, behind Arella Guirantes’ career-high 36 points.

Kansas State rallied to top Texas, 60-54.

South Dakota’s 77-67 win over South Dakota State makes them Summit League champs.

Buffalo snapped a six-game losing streak with a 62-56 win over Bowling Green.

Nebraska shot past Illinois, 80-58.

Central Michigan got past Illinois, 70-66, to clinch a share of the MAC title.

Dayton’s 15-game winning streak ended as they fell to Fordham, 50-38.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

South Carolina doesn’t want to share the SEC title – they want it all.

A postseason outlook for Louisville as they head into the Tournament.

How Duke bulldozed its way into the NCAA Tournament picture.

Montana State earned a share of the Big Sky regular-season title with their win over Montana.

South Dakota State hit five straight half-court shots in practice Thursday, and it went viral.

The toughest challenges remaining for DII’s undefeated teams.

College player news:

Sabrina Ionescu is set to become the NCAA’s first 2K/1K/1K player.

Erica Ogwumike reached 2,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds in Rice’s win over UAB.

Dawn Staley didn’t think this record would be broken, but Aliyah Boston did it with games to spare.

Quinessa Caylao-Do leaves a legacy of hard work and leadership at Colorado.

Seniors Kyla Irwin and Molly Bent will leave UConn with a different kind of legacy.

Bent is thankful for her time with the Huskies.

WNBA news:

Sky post Stefanie Dolson is up for a new challenge with USA 3X3 basketball.

Close, but no upset

Today’s results:

No. 1 Oregon routed Cal, 93-61, behind Sabrina Ionescu’s 25th triple-double.

No. 4 Stanford staved off No. 15 Oregon State, 63-60.

No. 8 UCLA rallied to defeat Washington State, 70-62, behind a career-high 32 points from Charisma Osborne.

No. 11 Arizona downed Utah, 85-69, behind 31 points from Sam Thomas.

No. 21 Arizona State rallied to beat Colorado, 65-59.

No. 25 Princeton won their 16th straight, 66-45 over Harvard.

Butler stopped Creighton, 76-61.

Villanova prevailed over Marquette, 61-47.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Oregon is more than their big three.

What the Ducks will look like next year without the three.

UCLA embarks on their final road trip needing to set a tone earlier in games.

What must Kentucky do to compete with top dogs South Carolina?

Tennessee’s slump jeopardizes their NCAA Tournament streak.

Generating offense is the focus for Minnesota, as they ready to face Indiana.

LSU is playing for SEC seeding.

Oklahoma wants to upset No. 2 Baylor tomorrow.

Defense has been UConn’s calling card.

College player news:

Syracuse guard Tiana Mangakahia embraces her calling after her battle with breast cancer.

Satou Sabally is excited to start her professional career.

Cate Reese is stepping up for Arizona, and people are noticing.

Despite a coaching change, these athletes remained true to Nebraska, and now it’s their senior day.

Butler’s Upe Atosu will keep playing for her mom.

Evelyn Adebayo has soaked up her first and final season with UConn.

College coach news:

South Dakota is chasing history under coach Dawn Plitzuweit.

Iowa State is surprising everyone, including coach Bill Fennelly.

Anita Howard has designs in building Georgia Southern into a winner.

WNBA news:

The Sparks traded Marina Mabrey to Dallas in exchange for a 2021 second-round draft pick.

Agony and amazement as Seimone Augustus departs the Lynx.

Courtney Williams isn’t with the Sun anymore because she didn’t want to be.

International news:

A glittering Australian legacy guides teen point guard Shya Heal.

Plots thicken


Charlotte took down C-USA leader ODU, 63-59.

Missouri rose to defeat Vanderbilt, 78-66.


No. 9 Mississippi State staved off Auburn in OT, 92-85, behind freshman Rickea Jackson’s 34 points.

No. 10 NC State needed a jumper to top Miami, 50-48.

More results:

No. 1 South Carolina won their 20th game, 63-48 over LSU.

No. 5 Louisville took a step closer to the ACC title with a 58-47 win over Georgia Tech.

No. 13 Gonzaga claimed the WCC regular-season title with a 75-47 rout of LMU.

No. 16 Texas A&M ran past Georgia, 64-47.

No. 22 Arkansas downed Tennessee, 83-75.

Michigan State edged Purdue, 65-63.

Duke stopped Virginia, 62-47.

All scores

Tomorrow’s game schedule

College team news:

Can the SEC topple the Pac-12 as the best conference? Kentucky holds the key.

Oregon State will continue to fight through adversity.

No. 20 South Dakota State clinched at least a share of the Summit League title with tonight’s win.

No. 24 Indiana prepares for a visit to Minnesota Saturday.

It’s not pretty, but Syracuse keeps building momentum.

Ball State’s success goes beyond the court.

College player news:

Satou Sabally announced she’ll forego her senior year at Oregon to enter the WNBA draft.

Sabrina Ionescu wants to win the whole damned thing.

Rider guard Stella Johnson scored her 2,000th career point tonight.

Mikayla Pivec diary.

How Peyton Williams made her mark at Kansas State.

ASU guard Jamie Loera made a surprise trip to her sister Jessie’s senior day.

CoSIDA Academic All-District Teams.

Final Four news:

The 2021 logo has been unveiled.


The Sparks signed Seimone Augustus, and the Lynx wish she wasn’t leaving.

Meet the Mabreys.

Allison Feaster is excelling as player development director for the Celtics.

International news:

A less confrontational Liz Cambage could be the best player ever.

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