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If you’re not enamored with Major League Baseball’s wild-card playoff, then you’ll probably dislike what the WNBA has done to spike early postseason excitement. That’s how I felt with the WNBA concocting not just one, but two single-elimination rounds in a new playoff format. . . Read More
The Dallas Wings finished their first season in Dallas-Fort Worth on the wrong side of the playoff picture with an 11-23 record. The season started off promisingly but was largely derailed by a series of injuries to several key players. But the team's general manager Greg Bibb did not want to make . . . Read More
The Purdue women's basketball program will learn if it landed one of the top players in the nation Tuesday. Gary West point guard Dana Evans is scheduled to announce her college choice at 7 p.m. at the high school. The 5-foot-7 Evans has narrowed her choices to the Boilermakers, Louisville and Ten. . . Read More
Alexis Peterson has made a wardrobe addition that should be of great interest to fans of the Syracuse University women's basketball team. She has begun wearing sleeveless T-shirts, at least when she's working out. Peterson has spent much of the summer hidden from the sun's rays and deep inside the. . . Read More
Former Villanova University women’s basketball standout Nancy Bernhardt passed away on Thursday, Sept. 22, after a courageous battle with breast cancer. Bernhardt played for current Wildcat head coach Harry Perretta and the Wildcats from 1980-84. She is a native of Glenside, Pa., and a graduate of. . . Read More
Heading into the game, a couple big questions were if Chicago’s offense would flourish without Elena Delle Donne and if the Sky could slow down Atlanta’s Angel McCoughtry? The answer turned out to be yes for both, as the Sky went on to win the game. . . . Read More
Courtney Vandersloot was playing at a high level for the Chicago Sky. She set the pace for the Sky, knocked down shot but more importantly, dished out 13 assists to her teammates. . . . Read More
Ruth Riley had five months to observe, ask questions and formulate a plan. The Stars general manager’s on-the-job-training was a crash course into preparing for perhaps the most crucial offseason in the local WNBA team’s history. Riley would need to hire a new coach to replace Dan Hughes, who . . . Read More



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