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She also went on to break down when she first heard about the league as a child, as well as becoming the overall No. 1 pick back in 2009. After taking readers through memory lane, McCoughtry wrapped up her piece simply stating, she’s “ready.”. . . Read More
by Bob Heller (@Bob_Heller1) Some key games took place last week in the area Division III ranks as several schools edge closer to and some actually clinching a playoff spot for their respective conference championship tournaments.  We’re going to start this week’s D-III report with the. . . Read More
There’s been a quiet clamor, as to when the WNBA will announce the 2018 schedule. Rumor has it, that it will be announced tomorrow, barring any setbacks. . . . Read More
The Phoenix Mercury announced today they have re-signed Camille Little. “Keeping Camille in a Mercury uniform was a top priority for us. She is a proven commodity in this league who comes to work every night,” commented Mercury General Manager Jim Pitman in a press release.. . . Read More
The front office in Seattle has been active today as the WNBA free agency period continues. Early the Storm announced Ramu Tokashiki would sit out the upcoming season. The news didn’t stop there as it was announced Noelle Quinn has re-signed with the franchise. “I am honored to return to the . . . Read More
The Seattle Storm announced today Ramu Tokashiki will no play the 2018 season in order for her to focus on playing for her the Japanese National team commitments as they prepare for the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2018, set for Sept. 22-30 in Tenerife, Spain. “Ramu has informed us of . . . Read More
It is now official: one of the best basketball players in the world, Liz Cambage, has returned to the WNBA, and has signed her multi-year contract with the Dallas Wings. ”Liz is a triple-threat player who can shoot, pass and defend inside the paint extremely well,” said Wings head coach Fred . . . Read More
Jia Perkins has left her mark in the WNBA and has decided she is hanging up her sneakers to retire from playing, according to the Star Tribune. In the report, head coach Cheryl Reeve was addressing there are spots open on her roster as her backcourt reserves are now gone because Perkins . . . Read More

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