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Penny Taylor, Erin Phillips Hope To Lead Australia To First Women’s Basketball Gold


The Australian women’s basketball team has three silver medals in the last four Olympics. That’s not bad at all but if you ask any competitor– much less an Olympic athlete– ... Read More »

Sky’s Imani Boyette Finally Got A Commitment From 50 Cent To Watch Her Games In The Future


Imani Boyette is a big 50 Cent fan and finally, the Chicago Sky center has a chance to have her feeling reciprocated. 50 Cent released a picture alongside Imani at a ... Read More »

U.S. Women’s Basketball Guns For 6th Gold Medal At 2016 Rio Olympics


As dominant as the United States men’s basketball is in Olympic play, the women’s team might be even more commanding. The ladies stopped by ABC News’ Good Morning America Friday ... Read More »

WNBA Revokes Fines Over “Black Lives Matter” Shirts


After imposing fines on teams and players for violating uniform rules, the WNBA has reversed its decision and revoked said fines. Lat week the WNBA fined three teams and all their ... Read More »

Tina Charles, Nneka Ogwumike Named WNBA Players Of The Month


The New York Liberty and the Los Angeles Sparks leads their respective conferences in standings and the biggest reason for each team is Tina Charles and Nneka Ogwumike. With that, the ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Sparks Return To Winning Ways


The Los Angeles Sparks ended a two-game losing skid by blowing out the Washington Mystics, 95-75, Friday night. Nneka Ogwumike had 24 points and 14 rebounds, Candace Parker tallied 18 points ... Read More »

Minnesota Lynx To Hold Games At Xcel Energy Arena Next Season


The Minnesota Lynx has announced it will be relocating to the Xcel Energy Arena as the team’s venue for home games starting 2017. The team will relocate due to the ... Read More »

Jessica Breland’s Putback Lifts Sky Over Mercury, 79-77


Just in the nick of time. Again. Jessica Breland made a putback with 0.2 seconds left and the Chicago Sky won their second straight game in the final seconds in ... Read More »

Atlanta Dream Ends L.A. Sparks’ Historic Run, 91-74


The Los Angeles Sparks had a piece of the historic pie when it started 20-1 this season; the Atlanta Dream made sure that didn’t go further. Layshia Clarendon had 17 ... Read More »

Sparks Go 20-1, Tie 1998 Comets For Best WNBA Start


The Los Angeles Sparks needed somebody other than the usual suspects to step up late. Jantel Lavender answered the call in the biggest way. Lavender scored a career-high 25 points ... Read More »