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Welcome to the "your guess is as good as ours" projection of Thursday's 2017 WNBA draft. With new leadership in place in San Antonio and Chicago -- which are picking 1-2 -- and not that many players who rate as sure bets to succeed in the league, this draft doesn't lend itself to any easy. . . Read More
Nia Coffey ended her four-year basketball career at Northwestern with her name all over the program’s list of records: She scored 2,287 points, second all-time. She is the all-time leader in rebounds (1,183), free throws made (496) and attempted (753). She is the fifth woman in Big Ten Conference. . . Read More
Her size, unorthodox three-point style and leadership could help Washington’s all-time rebounding leader. She is projected to go anywhere from the top half of the first round to the bottom of the second round.. . . Read More
The toughest news conference is the one that comes after a loss that ends a senior's college career. Washington guard Kelsey Plum was in that position after the Huskies fell to Mississippi State in the Sweet 16 last month. Even the gentlest of questions stung, of course, for the fierce competitor. . . Read More
Four years can seem like forever in sports. And so it is that the soaring optimism of the 2013 WNBA draft probably feels like quite a long time ago to Chicago fans. That year, the Sky drafted Elena Delle Donne, adding her considerable talents to a Pokey Chatman-coached team. . . Read More
If pressed, Kelsey Plum begrudgingly admits she wants to be the No. 1 pick in Thursday’s WNBA draft if for no other reason than to fulfill a lifelong dream. “Growing up when I was a kid I told my mom — I was 10 years old — that I wanted to play in the WNBA,” she said during an interview with espnW. . . Read More
Vickie Johnson and Ruth Riley had countless times in their basketball careers when they had the ball in their hands, knowing they needed to make a big play. But now as the San Antonio Stars' coach and general manager, respectively, they have a different kind of big play to make. The Stars have the . . . Read More
Connecticut Sun coach and general manager Curt Miller was hustling around on Thursday. Shipping crates at the ready at his home in Indianapolis, Miller was getting his personal effects together to be sent back east for the six-month stay in Connecticut. In addition to getting ready to come back. . . Read More

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