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NFL hopefuls who are on the fringe of being drafted this weekend know better than to get too picky — there are only so many jobs out there, after all. But former Texas defensive lineman Paul Boyette Jr. knows what outcome would make his wife . . . Read More
Part of the deal that comes with joining the UConn program is that basketball dominates the majority of the 12 months for the latest batch of core players.There are preseason workouts, pick-up games and then the workouts during the season, games, runs deep into the NCAA tournament. After a. . . Read More
USA Basketball released its selection committees for the various national teams. While some of this has already been reported, there's plenty of people with ties to UConn on the committees.UConn coach Geno Auriemma, who coached the U.S. to back to back Olympic gold medals, is a special advisor on. . . Read More
There are so many numbers associated with the UConn women's basketball program that simply boggle the mind so why not add another to the growing list.The last 26 UConn players taken in the WNBA Draft have appeared in at least one WNBA regular-season game. It helps that 18 of those players have been. . . Read More
NEW YORK – In some respects, Thursday night’s WNBA draft as the first event of Season No. 21 was a bit comparable to aspects of the new PBS-TV documentary series The Great War about World War I.In an early setting, once war is declared, it is very celebratory. . . Read More
NEW YORK, N.Y. --- After all the success that accompanied the WNBA’s 20th anniversary season in 2016, the league officially kicked off the next stage of its history with Thursday’s WNBA Draft at Samsung 837.Samsung’s flagship location in New York City was a. . . Read More
Former college rivals Brionna Jones (left), Morgan Tuckwill be teammates with the WNBA's Connecticut Sun Proving that fact is often times stranger than fiction, I give you the professional landing spots of Maryland All-American Brionna Jones and UConn's Saniya Chong.Jones' final collegiate gam. . . Read More
Ten promising young women entered Samsung 837 tonight in New York City as former college basketball players and left as the WNBA’s newest class. As most expected, the San Antonio Stars selected Washington’s Kelsey Plum. “Honestly it’s an unreal feeling,” Plum said. . . Read More



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