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Sylvia Fowles, who had averaged a double-double in the first three games of the series, was hampered by foul trouble in Game 4 and wound up with just five points and five rebounds.. . . Read More
For the third consecutive year, DePaul has been selected by the BIG EAST Conference women’s basketball head coaches as the preseason favorite. The Blue Demons have won at least a share of the last two regular season titles and are the two-time reigning BIG EAST Tournament Champions.. . . Read More
The day after the three-time defending national champion UConn women's basketball team plays its first preseason game will be anything but a quiet one for Hall of Fame coach Geno Auriemma and All-Americans Moriah Jefferson and Breanna Stewart.First up is a full day at the ESPN/NCAA combined women's. . . Read More
Lindsay Whalen was such a big deal at Hutchinson High School that the girls' team played after the boys, her coach recalled. But Whalen needed a phone call to get her on a team.. . . Read More
Shenise Johnson powered Rush-Henrietta High School to three state championships and Wednesday night she'll try to help the Indiana Fever go for its own trifecta. Indy is going for its third straight come-from-behind victory in the playoffs. “I waited my whole life for this moment,” the 24-year-old . . . Read More
Six years have passed since the last Game 5 in a WNBA Finals. And it seems like both quite a while ago and not quite so distant to Indiana point guard Briann January. "Since then, I've gained a lot of experience," said January, whose Indiana Fever lost that game 94-86 to Phoenix on Oct. 9, 2009.. . . Read More
Some of them have been in this situation before, most are facing it for the first time. Does past experience matter? Maybe, maybe not. But there's one thing that is unavoidable for the players and coaches who'll compete in Wednesday's Game 5 (ESPN2, 8 p.m. ET) of the WNBA Finals between Minnesota a. . . Read More
The WNBA announced Wednesday that the new team logo and name of the DFW franchise will be revealed Nov. 2 at UTA’s College Park Center. The league on July 23 approved the Tulsa Shock’s move to Arlington. WNBA commissioner Laurel Ritchie and Tulsa player Skylar Diggins will attend the Nov. 2 event . . . Read More



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