Big things poppin, episode #212


It turns out that knee injury in Sunday’s game was a torn right ACL for Skylar Diggins, who will miss the rest of the season.


Kelsey Bone will be suspended for one game without pay for a flagrant foul she committed in last night’s game against Indiana.


Elena Delle Donne is flirting with the WNBA’s record of 66 consecutive foul shots. She currently has 58.

EDD is having a stand out week.


Stefanie Dolson is learning as she goes, with good results.


New York got a steal in the draft with Kiah Stokes.


Q&A podcast with coach Cheryl Reeve.

General WNBA:

Players in the league have shoe game.

College news:

Seven former Illinois players are suing the University, coach Matt Bollant, former coach Mike Divilbiss, the athletic director and the board of trustees. Among the allegations are that Bollant conducted racially-segregated practices. The plaintiffs seek $10 million.

Shake up at Northern Colorado: assistant coach Shalee Lehning has resigned, assistant coach Deb Patterson will be director of basketball operations, and new assistant coaches are Laurie Koehn and Austin Thoms.

Duquesne coach Dan Burt has received an undisclosed contract extension.

Ranait Griff is a new assistant coach at St. Francis-Brooklyn.

Steve Huber is a new assistant coach at Arkansas State.

Laura Terry is a new assistant coach at Texas State.

Jamie Nash has joined Monmouth as an assistant coach.

Stephanie Geehan is a new assistant coach at Fairfield.

Louisiana-Lafayette’s coaching staff is complete.

USA Basketball:

Courtney Williams is proud to represent the US on the World University Games team.

Oregon State’s Sydney Wiese and Ruth Hamblin are ready to compete – Wiese for the US and Hamblin for Canada.