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Kim Danbi is heading into the unknown this summer with Korea's national team. She has experience playing for her country, including at the 2010 FIBA Women's World Championship, but facing non-Asian teams is not something that's happened with a lot of frequency in the Incheon-born player's career. . . Read More
Swin Cash is a WNBA champion, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, and an analyst for the Knicks. We recently caught up with the "unapologetically fearless" professional athlete to talk about her height, her nerves, her nudes. . . . Read More
The first squad announcement in six years features players from eight Women’s Premier League teams as well as one from newly promoted NUIG Mystics. Regular season champions DCU Mercy contribute four players with five coming from defending play-off champions Team Montenotte Hotel and three each from. . . Read More
Head coach Tomohide Utsumi revealed a group of 18 as his preliminary Japan women’s national basketball team, which has already earned a spot in this summer’s Rio de Janeiro Olympics, at the Japan Basketball Association on Wednesday. . . Read More
A coach’s punishment for a bad practice, Lizanne Murphy says, is to make players run. During the “dark stage” of her recovery from knee surgery, the veteran member of Canada’s women’s basketball team would have killed to run. “When you’re injured, the only thing you want to do is run,” Murphy said. . . Read More
Perth Lynx have gone from league strugglers to be the first side into the WNBL grand finals series after thrashing reigning champions Townsville Fire in Townsville on Sunday. The Lynx, who were taken over by NBL club Perth Wildcats during the off-season, controlled the majority of the qualifying . . . Read More
THE unforgettable feeling of lifting the WNBL championship trophy in front of thousands of screaming home fans is something Townsville Fire star Cayla George is desperate to repeat this year. George put together arguably the greatest debut season for the Fire in franchise h. . . Read More
Departing Canberra Capitals great Lauren Jackson has been named in an extended Australian Opals squad as she races against the clock to recover from a knee injury to keep her Rio Olympic Games dream alive. Jackson is still in contention to make the trip to Rio after being . . . Read More



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