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The six-foot-two Chennai girl Geethu Anna Jose’s dream of becoming the first Indian to play in the WNBA was dashed on Saturday after San Antonio Silver Stars announced they have decided not to take her on board.. . . Read More
Nolan Richardson, Chastity Reed And The Tulsa Shock
UALR basketball star Chastity Reed was drafted by the WNBA's Tulsa Shock last month.. the coach of that team.. the most successful basketball coach in Razorback history. The pace is fast and physical. If you're going to ball with these women you better bring your 'A' game every time. . . . Read More
Great Britain Preliminary Squad Gearing Up for EuroBasket 2011
Great Britain silenced all their critics last year after topping their group in the EuroBasket Qualifier and this year they will be all out to prove that their success wasn’t a fluke as they compete in the upcoming EuroBasket 2011. Great Britain, who topped Group D of the Qualifying Tournament last . . . Read More
Putting away their heels and make up and strapping up their sneakers and shorts, the WNBA have worked just as hard as the NBA and deserve some recognition. Everyday you hear people mostly talking about what’s going on in the NBA. You hear the usual talk about great players such as . . . Read More
WNBA.com: WNBA Gives Back to the Community During WNBA Cares Week of Service
In celebration of the WNBA’s 15th season, the league, its teams and its players will give back to their communities with special events and activities throughout the country. During the week of May 24, WNBA teams will join community members and partners in an effort to support health. . . Read More
Los Angeles Sparks look to stay healthy, win title
A WNBA championship is always the priority for the Los Angeles Sparks. Second-year coach Jennifer Gillom, though, wants something different this season: a clean bill of health.She knows the Sparks can't get one without the other. . . Read More
WNBA.com: Seattle
It’s been nine years since Seattle’s Swin Cash last set foot in a classroom at the University of Connecticut, where she graduated with a degree in Communications and a minor in Women’s Studies in 2002. Even though her class schedule now consists of 34 games a season and her final grade is . . . Read More
It’s a question Asjha Jones didn’t want to address Monday: How badly does the Connecticut Sun want to make the playoffs this season?“We don’t even want to talk about that,” Jones said, waving her hands in front of her and leaning back as if to further distance herself from it. . . Read More

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