Rollin’ in news


State of the season.

Liz Cambage will return to the Shock in time to play in the Aug. 30 game. The Australian star turns 21 Sunday.

League President Laurel Richie hopes the WNBA can build on the Olympic momentum.

Former NBA player Awvee Storey is a player personnel manager for the Washington Mystics.

Phoenix Mercury injuries are helping give Dymond Simon another shot.

Carol Ross and Delisha Milton-Jones are reunited.

(More on the winners of today’s three games in the next post)

USA Basketball:

In the second round of the U18 FIBA Championships today, the US beat Argentina 68-28. Breanna Stewart lead the Americans with 17 points and 12 rebounds.


Linnae Harper of the U17 team is leading by example.

The U17s warmed up for their championships with a friendly scrimmage against Spain.

College news:

The season is around the corner……

ESPN has announced their Big Monday schedule, which includes three double-headers.

The Atlantic-10 will play their conference championship at the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Old Dominion has ended a 34-year pre-conference series with Tennessee, and picked up a four-year bid with Virginia Commonwealth.

Kansas hopes to build off their Sweet 16 finish last season.


Geno Auriemma isn’t interested in returning as an Olympic coach.