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Nationally ranked basketball recruit Dorie Harrison announced Wednesday night that she has committed to play for Coach Matthew Mitchell at Kentucky. Harrison — a 6-foot-3 post player from Nashville — was in Lexington this past weekend for an official visit centered on Big Blue Madness. ESPN ranks. . . Read More
Sophie Cunningham makes you question luck. Is it necessary? Or do you just need self-confidence in order to succeed with exceptional skill? She has plenty of both. Cunningham, Missouri women’s basketball’s star sophomore guard, has yet to encounter an expectation she didn’t either meet or surpass. . . . Read More
Maya Dodson, a 6-foot-3 wing and the No. 11 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Top 100, has given a verbal commitment to Stanford. "I met Condoleezza Rice while on my visit and she told me, 'Don't be a unicorn,' " Dodson said of the former secretary of state who teaches at Stanford. "That statement . . . Read More
Each day after practice, the routine is the same. Katie Lou Samuelson practices her outside shot, one after another after another. "Just repetition," said Samuelson, a UConn sophomore. For a player who relies on her outside shot and who uses the three-pointer as an important part of he. . . Read More
Seimone Augustus was a 13-year-old girl when she watched the Houston Comets win the first WNBA championship in 1997. The Comets would win the first four titles in the league, proving to basketball-loving girls across the country that there was a place for them to pursue their dreams. And Augustus . . . Read More
On Sunday night, a few hours after a WNBA championship slipped through the Sparks’ fingers, Nneka Ogwumike lay in bed and did what she usually avoids doing. Ogwumike, the heartbeat of the Sparks and the league’s most valuable player, has a gift for turning the page. She can forget missed shots, a. . . Read More
Minnesota guard Lindsay Whalen seemed to have a shiner developing under her left eye after Sunday's season-saving Game 4 victory in the WNBA Finals. She shrugged indifferently when asked about it. "Part of the game," Whalen said with her trademark flat tone and blank expression. "I think everybody . . . Read More
When training camp opened six months ago, Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve talked openly about the dynasty a championship this season would create. After winning WNBA championships in 2011, 2013 and 2015, the Lynx set their sites this season on becoming the league’s first back-to-back champs in 14 years.. . . Read More



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