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By Mel Greenberg (@womhoopsguru)HATBORO, Pa. – Five teams clinched playoff berths Tuesday night with two games left in the regular season led by the recent on-going 1-2 punch of Maroon, also known as USciences, and Forest Green, also known as West Chester in the Philadelphia/Suburban Women’s. . . Read More
By Rob Knox @knoxrob1WASHINGTON – Brianna Kiesel’s faith never wavered. She always knew she belonged. Kiesel is proof that hard work and perseverance yields rewards.Not that she ever took playing professionally for granted, but the 5 foot, 7 inch Atlanta Dream guard admitted it was an “eye. . . Read More
By  Rob Knox - @Knoxrob1NEW YORK – In attacking the basket with ferocity, absorbing contact, and aggressively defending with unrelenting passion, Skylar Diggins-Smith looks terrific. Perhaps, better than ever.The fifth-year Dallas Wing guard is fully recovered from a torn anterior. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruNEW YORK – The way the WNBA New York Liberty are authoring records these days, especially the Uconn alumnae, the charter franchise in its 21st season might want to think about moving some games out of Madison Square Garden here in Manhattan a bit south to Tin Pan. . . Read More
By ROB KNOX@knoxrob1Elena Delle Donne and Tayler Hill admitted that the Washington Mystics are still a work in progress despite their recent four-game winning streak that has them sitting with the second-best record in the WNBA at 5-2 overall.Sometimes the journey to the final destination can. . . Read More
By Rob Knox @knoxrob1WASHINGTON – The large whiteboard of the current WNBA standings hanging on the left side of the wall is hard to ignore upon entering the Washington Mystics locker room.Featuring the logos and records of every team in the league, it’s huge and colorful.As Mystic players. . . Read More
By ROB KNOXTwitter: @knoxrob1WASHINGTON – Natasha Cloud is standing and clapping. She’s yelling encouragement to her Washington Mystic teammates. The former Saint Joseph’s standout was thoroughly engaged from her new vantage point.Cloud accepts her new reality.For one of the first times in her. . . Read More
By ROB KNOXTwitter: @knoxrob1WASHINGTON – Jasmine Thomas has experienced plenty during her seven-year career in the WNBA from playing in the Finals, being traded, feeling the pain of playoff heartbreak and learning from different coaches.Now the 5 foot, 9 inch Connecticut Sun guard is in the. . . Read More

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