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Growth-minded Bradford bringing perspective, energy to the Dream

Truly, there are no timeouts for Crystal Bradford. When she’s on the court, the Atlanta Dream reserve guard is hustling hard on offense and making...

‘IN THE THICK OF IT’

April 2020 RELAX, ITS ONLY YOUR NERVES...... We have a baby. Our little Page. She looks more like me, but with a slight semblance to you....

Semeka Randall Lay and NaSheema Anderson on basketball legacies

Basketball is not only a sport, but an extended family. Two of its crown jewels - who have been friends since childhood - recently sat...

‘THICK’

“You’re looking fat on the court. You need to lose some weight”  -no friend of mine Boy, if you don’t get off my damn...

2021 WNBA season off to a twisting, turning start

Drama? Intrigue? Unexpected twists and turns? Ten days into the WNBA’s 25th season has seen a bit of everything. And as players continue to...

Stanford finishes tough year with hard-fought, long-awaited National Championship

Stanford capped one of the most thrilling NCAA Tournaments in years with a heart-stopping 54-53 win over Arizona Sunday to win their first National...

Coaches credit mental strength of athletes during pandemic season

There’s a reason most people don’t become collegiate student-athletes. The time management skills, the attention to multiple details and the high-level execution required for this...

Indiana, Arizona are first-time dancers in the Elite 8

Both Indiana and Arizona punched their tickets to the Elite 8 for the first time in program history Saturday by upsetting higher-seeded opponents. The Hoosiers...

Clutch Nixon, Aggies ready for the Sweet 16

It started as Jordan Nixon grabbed a defensive rebound under the opposite basket with 7.2 seconds remaining in overtime. She dribbled up the left side...

Teams bringing a lot more than game into the NCAA Tournament

As the first round of the NCAA Tournament begins tomorrow, teams are bringing much more than usual into competition. The cancelation of last year’s tourney...