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Every league has its heated rivalries, for the WNBA, it’s the Minnesota Lynx and the LA Sparks. These two consistently see each other throughout the regular and postseason. Each time, the battle is more intense, more heated than the last.. . . Read More
Kia Nurse struggled to find the range on her shot throughout the FIBA AmeriCup but with her Canadian team trailing by a point, Nurse scored in the lane with 1:26 remaining as Canada topped host Argentina 67-65 in the gold medal game.Nurse finished with 12 points and three assists as she finished th. . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruNEW YORK – Los Angeles Sparks coach Brian Agler, head of the defending WNBA champions, and New York Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer were in total agreement with why the home team here in Madison Square Garden Sunday afternoon was able to turn around an 11-point deficit at. . . Read More
By Andy Lipton NEW YORK -- She plays with the spirit and enthusiasm of a college player. Her winning smile and youthful countenance give the impression of an athlete at the beginning of her career. Yet no one on her New York Liberty team has been in the WNBA longer. She is the vocal. . . Read More
Effective immediately, Gary Kloppenburg will take over the Storm as the interim head coach. Kloppenburg has 14 years of experience in coaching in the WNBA. This is his second go around with . . . Read More
By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruNEW YORK – It was quite the pseudo homecoming for the Indiana Fever’s Erica Wheeler, the former Rutgers three-point shooting ace, class of 2013 Tuesday night in a key WNBA game here in Madison Square Garden, but a real one for the New York Liberty on the same court. . . Read More
After a relatively quiet opening game at the FIBA Women's AmeriCup, UConn's Kia Nurse got back to being her high-scoring ways for defending champion Canada.Nurse had 17 poinyd, eight rebounds and two steals in 24 minutes as Canada remained undefeated with a 75-59 win over Puerto Rico.Katherine. . . Read More
The legendary Diana Taurasi made her first appearance in Connecticut since becoming the WNBA's all-time leading scorer and the former UConn star did not disappoint.Taurasi, who hasn't exactly put up gaudy numbers in previous trips to Mohegan Sun Arena, went off for 33 points including 17 in the. . . Read More



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