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There will be 14 WNBA regular-season games airing on ESPN or ESPN2 this year and none of them involve the Connecticut Sun.However, tonight's game at Seattle will be televised locally on WCCT with coverage beginning around 10 p.m.Seattle is led by the last two No. 1 overall picks as former UConn sta. . . Read More
By ROB KNOX (@knoxrob1)Tamika Catchings is embracing her final season in the WNBA by doing something special. While she has thrilled masses and treated everybody to a treasure trove of memories with her gifted game during a spectacular 16-year career, Catchings is delivering her biggest. . . Read More
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga head coach Jim Foster announced the addition of transfer Arianne Whitaker to the women’s basketball roster next season. Whitaker, a Cincinnati, Ohio native, is leaving Winthrop University and will have to sit out the season due to NCAA transfer rules. She will. . . Read More
There has always been a certain exuberance whenever Andra Espinoza-Hunter spoke about one day coming to UConn.Espinoza-Hunter, who has been coming to UConn games since former high school teammate Saniya Chong was being recruited by the Huskies, could barely contain her enthusiasm when she found out. . . Read More
The University of Iowa women's basketball program gained another prep standout today, adding Illinois Miss Basketball Kathleen Doyle to its incoming recruiting class. The LaGrange Park, Illinois, native chose the Hawkeyes over three other programs after reopening her search.. . . Read More
Elena Delle Donne is not just a basketball player. She also likes making tables. She is the proud owner of a dog named Wrigley, the reigning champion of Complex's Beast Wars bracket. She’s built a bed frame with her bare hands! But when you hit free throws at a rate of 94 percent, your woodworking . . . Read More
DeLisha Milton-Jones isn't despairing about life after playing basketball. She is looking forward to a coaching career, which will be a very natural transition. She's long been an "older vet" in the WNBA, dispensing encouragement and the wisdom that comes from two decades as a professional athlete. . . Read More
he first postgame locker room in WNBA history looked like something out of a M*A*S*H episode, exhausted bodies dropping wherever they could. Such was the price of an emotional (participating in the historic debut of a brand new basketball league) and physical (actually playing in the 60-minute game. . . Read More



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