Australia's most successful domestic women's basketball team is at risk of going under, with the nation's top female league at a flashpoint. A private consortium is moving to take over the Melbourne Boomers – former home of current Opals superstar Elizabeth Cambage and retired legend Michele Timms. . . Read More
The Canberra Capitals have begun their rebuild by snaring two key signings for next WNBL season in Mikaela Ruef and Lauren Mansfield. Having won just two games last season, American forward Ruef and highly-rated young point guard Mansfield will be unveiled by the Capitals on Friday. . . Read More
A few weeks ago, my wife sent me an email to let me know that the Minnesota Lynx would be playing the Washington Mystics at Mayo Civic Center on Mother's Day. Thus was launched a plan. For once, rather than settling for nose-bleed seats at a sporting event, I would spend the money to sit courtside,. . . Read More
The Japan women’s basketball team gave world No. 2 Australia a huge fright before succumbing to an 84-73 loss to suffer a series sweep on Tuesday. Japan, which was without star player Ramu Tokashiki for the three-game series, was crushed 80-41 and 81-55 in the opening two games but stunned the Aust. . . Read More
Big center Elizabeth Cambage racked up 20 points and 12 rebounds as the Australian women’s national team cruised past Japan 81-55 in the second game of their three-game exhibition series at Tokyo’s Yoyogi National Gymnasium No. 2 on Monday night. Shooting guard Katie Rae Ebzery followed Cambage wit. . . Read More
As if being the only local professional team to win a championship last year wasn’t enough to make this state proud, now four members of the Minnesota Lynx are heading to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. The Lynx contingent will make up one-third of the USA women’s basketball team that. . . Read More
Elena Delle Donne is in the clouds. Already one of the WNBA's top players, the 26-year-old superstar is now soaking up the news that she is going to play for the United States at an Olympic Games for the first time. Becoming an Olympian was something she thought about doing for many years. Now, the. . . Read More
If ever a guy could have held a grudge, it was Geno Auriemma. The University of Connecticut coach’s prized women’s basketball recruit of 2008, Elena Delle Donne, had dashed home to Delaware that June after less than 48 hours on campus. Delle Donne ditched Geno and, for the time being, basketball, . . . Read More
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