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Fifteen of the world’s top female basketball prospects have been invited to the 2011 WNBA Draft Presented by adidas, which will be held on Monday, April 11 at ESPN in Bristol, Conn. This marks the first time that a professional sports league will conduct its draft at ESPN headquarters.. . . Read More
Bales Signs With the Atlanta Dream of the WNBA
Former Duke University center Alison Bales has re-signed with the Atlanta Dream of the WNBA.
Bales, a 6-7 center, was a valuable reserve for the Dream last season. She appeared in all 34 games, including three starts, and averaged 15.6 minutes per game. . . . Read More
WNBA Draft 2011 Prospect Capsule: Danielle Adams
From now until the WNBA draft on April 11, 2011, Swish Appeal will be providing you with information, quotes and audio clips on some of the top prospects. We hope you enjoy them, and they help you prepare for the new crop of WNBA players entering the league this summer!. . . Read More
"She Brings a Totally Different Dynamic & Energy To the Court"
From now until the WNBA draft on April 11, 2011, Swish Appeal will be providing you with information, quotes and audio clips on some of the top prospects. We hope you enjoy them, and they help you prepare for the new crop of WNBA players entering the league this summer!. . . Read More
Four WNBA Teams to Face Chinese National Women
The WNBA preseason will continue to take on an international flavor this spring when the Chinese National Women's Basketball Team is slated to tip off against four WNBA teams here in the United States.The Chinese National Women's Basketball Team is scheduled to play preseason games against the Con. . . Read More
Shock
The Tulsa Shock is expected to take 19-year-old Australian sensation Elizabeth Cambage in the April 11 WNBA draft.One problem — Cambage doesn’t want the Shock to select her, according to an article that ran in an Australia newspaper Thursday.“I don’t want to play at Tulsa,” Cambage told the Hera. . . Read More
Swoopes signs with Tulsa Shock
Sheryl Swoopes conquered the women's basketball world. She won an NCAA championship, three Olympic gold medals and four WNBA titles. Now she's enlisting for a battle of the ages. Swoopes, a three-time WNBA MVP who hasn't played in the league since 2008, will try to resurrect her career with the . . . Read More
From the bench, Dan Hughes stared at the final score in disbelief. From his hospital bed, Harley Hughes grinned at the result in wonder. After years of preaching D, Dan’s O stole the show in the 2009 WNBA showcase. . . . Read More

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