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By Mel GreenbergKnow you enjoyed the showdown but are probably tired of still seeing the fifth game of the WNBA Finals from earlier this month as the most recent blog post — until now.Well, somebody has to to their own grunt work to get ready for the collegiate season, like the master planning. . . Read More
With recent news breaking on the San Antonio Stars not only being sold, yet relocating as well to Las Vegas, more news has come out regarding the new coach. According to the Associated . . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruMINNEAPOLIS — Capping another thrilling WNBA best-of-five finals in a second straight penultimate Game 5, the Minnesota Lynx made history Wednesday night by making sure more recent history would not repeat at the hands of the rival Los Angeles Sparks, pulling out an. . . Read More
By ROB KNOX (@knoxrob1) No need to quote the legendary Yogi Berra.  Minnesota-Los Angeles. Game Five. For the WNBA championship. Again. In the hoops version of Ali-Frazier, the two gold standards of the WNBA, the Lynx and Sparks collide Wednesday night at 8 p.m. in a. . . Read More
Maya Moore continues to add to her winning legacy as she became the first UConn alum to win four WNBA championships.Moore had 18 points including two on a jumper in the final 30 seconds after Los Angeles used a 9-0 run to pull within three points. She also had 10 rebounds and two steals as all five. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruMany times your Guru is approached with the question, “Who is the greatest women’s basketball player you ever saw?”As the decades have rolled along in this sport in terms of your Guru’s presence, that has become an increasingly difficult question to answer and. . . Read More
Per a report by the Breeze Sports, student news paper for James Madison, the Dukes have dismissed center Amber Porter for violation of team rules. Porter’s basketball career has been rocky to say the least. . . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruNEW YORK – The electoral votes for the inaugural WNBA Basketball Executive Year, determined by one front office executive from each of the 12 league franchises, went to the Connecticut Sun’s Curt Miller, who also took coach of the year Sunday afternoon in two of. . . Read More



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