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Michigan State forward Aerial Powers was featured in the August 3 issue of Sports Illustrated in the weekly Faces in the Crowd segment. Powers led the United States to a gold medal in the World University Games in South Korea in July.. . . Read More
Guru’s note: The following post and ensuing posts to come on the topic are offered for entertainment purposes only and written tongue in cheek because, well, because the subject exists and so for those poised to look at things that way, this running commentary between now and the final standings. . . Read More
It was a historic afternoon in the Mecca of basketball, as Becky Hammon was honored at halftime of the game, which saw the New York Liberty defeat the Seattle Storm 78-62 in front of 10,682 fans at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. . . Read More
With five players scoring in double digits, the Los Angeles Sparks squeezed out an 80-78 victory over the San Antonio Stars on Sunday. The Sparks plummeted to the league's worst record at the All-Star break, but now are just 1/2 game behind the Stars in the run for the. . . Read More
In a game that meant a lot as far as the Eastern Conference standings go, the Washington Mystics and Chicago Sky put on a captivating performance. However, Chicago's lead actors did a much better job. Jessica Breland, Cappie Pondexter and Elena Delle Donne combined for 46 points as the Sky. . . Read More
Sue Bird hit the big 5K, Tina Charles dropped 29, and the Liberty clamped down on defense to beat Seattle. For song lyrics, a perfect storm for an imperfect Storm, the island of misfit toys, big numbers, bling, CAROLYN SMASH, absconding with the beer, many fans, accomplished missions, cute kids, an. . . Read More
Former Washington State women’s basketball guard Jazmine Perkins has signed a professional contract to play in Bulgaria this fall. Perkins will play for Haskovo 2012 out of Haskovo, Bulgaria, competing in the National Basketball League (NBL). The team, which was runner up in the NBL the past two . . . Read More
There were four lead changes in tonight's game, which pitted the Connecticut Sun against the home team Indiana Fever. Once, when Alyssa Thomas of the Sun made 1 of 2 free throws; the second, when Natalie Achonwa made a layup; the third, when Kelsey Bone made a four-foot shot, with. . . Read More



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