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When the Phoenix Mercury used their No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft to select Brittney Griner, they became instant favorites to win the next WNBA championship. Phoenix already had a roster full of All-Stars. Adding the 6-foot-8 star from Baylor, a dunking and shot-blocking sensation, likely. . . Read More
Agony and then ecstasy for Indian women’s basketball captain Smruthi
Smruthi Radhakrishnan got the shock of her life on Tuesday. The most pleasant one, though. She had given up all hopes of competing at the 2014 Asian Games, beginning in the South Korean city of Incheon on September 19, as basketball was one of the sports on the list of the Sports Authority of Indi. . . Read More
A player's ability to get into the lane is only the first step. When you're jet quick and 5-foot-3 and playing in high school or at the Amateur Athletic Union level, you often can use your quickness to make things happen. Odds are Morgan William will find a few more obstacles on her way to the . . . Read More
One way or another, Erie native Kayla McBride will continue her basketball career overseas soon. McBride will play pro ball in Hungary during the offseason after completing her first season in the WNBA. But first she's attempting to make Team USA for the FIBA World Championships in Turkey later thi. . . Read More
Canada's senior women's basketball has released its 12-player roster that will compete at the upcoming FIBA World Championship. The tournament begins September 27 in Turkey and Canada has put together a team with a good mix of youth and experience.. . . Read More
Diana Taurasi can add another title to her growing collection.The former UConn star had 24 points and five assists as the Phoenix Mercury, playing without star center Brittney Griner, defeated the Chicago Sky 87-82 to sweep the best of five series.It is the third WNBA title for Diana Taurasi. . . Read More
Mercury finish sweep of Sky for third WNBA title
The Phoenix Mercury were without star center Brittney Griner. However, they still had Diana Taurasi. Taurasi scored 14 of her 24 points in the fourth quarter and the Mercury beat the Chicago Sky 87-82 Friday night to complete a three-game sweep of the WNBA Finals for their third . . . Read More
With its 87-82 victory over the Chicago Sky tonight, the Phoenix Mercury secured the third WNBA title in franchise history.. . . Read More



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