The WNBA is watching. Well, so are a lot of other people as the D1 Women's Basketball Tournament gets set to tip off Friday. The 64-team field will aim for national title glory or maybe even just a momentary sliver of sunlight to boost a program into the future. As those storylines unfold, draft . . . Read More
When Stefanie Dolson learned she had been traded to the Sky as part of a package for Elena Delle Donne, her initial feeling was one of shock. Dolson, a 6-5 center, is a self-proclaimed creature of habit. After playing three seasons with the Washington Mystics, Dolson had established a rhythm on the. . . Read More
UMMC Ekaterinburg, Emma Meesseman and Kristi Toliver’s off season team, and last year’s EuroLeague Women Champions, made quick, exacting work out of their ELW quarterfinal opponent, Famila Schio, winning both home and away games, 92-47 last Tuesday and 102-67 last Friday. After winning this best-of. . . Read More
The experience was rewarding. The results were pretty ugly. Her goal is clear. After six months in Australia playing for the Adelaide Lightning in the Women’s National Basketball League, Samantha Logic is hoping for a call. The 2011 Case High School graduate wants another shot in the Women’s Nati. . . Read More
Believe it or not, but Pelicans game day has been a stroll through the Bill Murray classic, “Groundhog Day.” A repetition of rushing from work to get to the game on time while soaked in rum, shoving CBD foodery down my throat so that I can still get a glimpse of warmups, tipping the change cup-shak. . . Read More
Wind is something most people take for granted. For Lizzie Delle Donne, it’s the greatest feeling in the world. Born blind, deaf and afflicted with cerebral palsy and autism, 31-year-old Lizzie is able to experience wind on her own terms. It’s just about the only sensation she can independently . . . Read More
Last week, for approximately 72 hours the WNBA captured national attention. Not because of its players’ performance on the basketball court, rather for controversial statements made off the court. Retired player, Candice Wiggins, who was the league’s 2008 sixth player of the year and a 2011 WNBA . . . Read More
Phoenix Mercury forward DeWanna Bonner is pregnant and will miss the 2017 season. Bonner and the team announced her pregnancy in a statement Wednesday. "I am so happy to announce that I’m expecting," Bonner said. "I have always wanted a family and I have looked forward to this chapter of my life. . . . Read More
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