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It’s a very good thing that Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi will survive to another round of the WNBA Playoffs. Simply put, they earned it. Tonight, the Phoenix Mercury took on the New York Liberty at Madison Square Garden in the second elimination game of the 2016 WNBA Playoffs. The. . . Read More
The NCAA and the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association will join forces with the Kay Yow Cancer Fund during the 2016-17 women’s basketball season in efforts to push the charity’s fundraising efforts to even greater heights. The unified initiative also will involve fans and sponsors. . . Read More
NEW YORK – Look who’s dressing up as Cinderella with October approaching and Halloween four weeks away.That would be the WNBA Phoenix Mercury, a team that many would categorize as a group of mean stepsisters in recent years in terms who exists among the dominant. . . Read More
"The Final Season: The Perseverance of Pat Summitt" is a book for avid Lady Vols fans — and for readers who never watched an entire women's basketball game. The book by first-time author and longtime Lady Vols reporter Maria M. Cornelius tells the story of Summitt's last season as coach of the wome. . . Read More
Maria M. Cornelius knew a lot about Pat Summitt off the basketball court that millions of fans might not. The veteran journalist knew the legendary coach loved to shop and possessed an unwavering, "hilarious" sense of humor. But when Summitt was diagnosed in 2011 with early onset dementia Alzheimer. . . Read More
She scored 7,380 career points, grabbed a record 3,316 rebounds, swiped a most-ever 1,074 steals, and had zero negative things said about her. Tamika Catchings, the greatest ambassador a developing league could ask for, played her final WNBA game Wednesday, an 89-78 Indiana Fever loss to the Phoeni. . . Read More
Waverly has produced its share of Division I women’s basketball players in the last two decades. Alisia Smith is continuing that trend. The 6-foot-3 senior forward recently verbally committed to Penn State while becoming the school’s latest Division I prospect. Smith had about 20 offers and picke. . . Read More
Midway through the wrongful termination trial of Beth Burns, the women’s basketball coach fired by San Diego State in 2013 following a record 27-win season, Judge John Meyer was discussing legal particulars of the case with attorneys after the jury had been dismissed for the day. . . Read More



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