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The first two women’s basketball players to join the University of Virginia’s recruiting class for 2015-16, Debra Ferguson and Moné Jones, needed no introduction to each other. They’d been friends for years after meeting on the AAU circuit. . . Read More
Ivory Latta had started all but one game over her first two-plus years with the Washington Mystics, so the two-time all-star wasn’t necessarily thrilled when Coach-General Manager Mike Thibault informed the point guard several weeks ago that she would be coming off the bench.. . . Read More
The WNBA’s arrival in Arlington next year could do more for local girls than just offer them another affordable entertainment option. Basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman compared the Shock’s relocation from Tulsa to a historic moment she witnessed 40 years ago in New York City. . . Read More
Kia Vaughn was the last player on the court Monday afternoon following the Washington Mystics’ first practice coming out of the all-star break. The center spent an extra half-hour or so shooting jumpers and refining post moves in anticipation of finally getting back into the lineup against the Sea. . . Read More
An end-of-July game in the WNBA doesn't usually have this much buzz around it. But this one was so far from ordinary -- highlighted by the season debuts of two stars on both sides -- that it couldn't be compared to just another contest. Even with all the games they've played all over the world in. . . Read More
Sylvia Fowles pretty much figured her 2015 WNBA season was just never going to happen. She was prepared to sit it out entirely because she knew for sure what she wanted: to be traded from Chicago to Minnesota. But it just didn't look like it would materialize. Minnesota general manager Roger . . . Read More
Back in the late 1970s, the NBA was a league still struggling to find a mainstream audience. The league was considered niche entertainment. Arenas weren’t full. Television coverage was the exception, not the rule. Then along came Larry Bird and Magic Johnson. And suddenly the NBA found itself at. . . Read More
The Indiana Fever drafted Briann January in 2009 with the intention of making a 5-8 athletic scorer who holds a black belt in karate into a full-time point guard. It was probably no coincidence that in two of her first three healthy seasons, the Fever reached the WNBA Finals. . . Read More

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