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Women’s National Basketball Association

WNBA: Breanna Stewart chooses excitement of New York, joins Liberty

It seemed like Breanna Stewart was 50/50 between the Seattle Storm and New York Liberty. On Wednesday, she chose the Liberty and the celebration was on for Liberty Nation. And, of course, WNBA Twitter was abuzz as it...

Roundup: Sooners’ Taylor Robertson now Steph Curry’s NCAAW counterpart

“Around the NCAAW Weekly” highlights the notable events of the week. Check out the milestones, surprises, best games and outstanding performances for games played through Sunday, Jan. 29: Milestones/accomplishments 1/28/2023: Taylor Robertson of the No. 20 Oklahoma Sooners reached...

NCAAW: LSU Tigers’ Alexis Morris speeds her way to 31 points vs. Vols

Alexis Morris scored seven of her career-high 31 points in dominant fashion over an 11-0 fourth-quarter run for her No. 3 LSU Tigers that made the difference in a 76-68 victory over the Tennessee Lady Volunteers (receiving...

NCAAW: Taiyanna Jackson, Kansas Jayhawks own paint vs. Kansas State

We all know threes are harder to make than twos, but the Kansas State Wildcats didn’t care Sunday night at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence, Kansas, attemping 20 threes to just eight twos in the first half and...

WNBA: Los Angeles Sparks trade for Dearica Hamby, Jasmine Thomas

The Los Angeles Sparks were an unmitigated disaster in 2022. They missed the playoffs for the second season in a row, their coach parted ways with the team early in the season and Liz Camabge went through...

NCAAW B1G: Moments keep getting bigger for Ohio State Buckeyes, Indiana

Even in their loss to Iowa on Monday, the No. 2 Ohio State Buckeyes demonstrated the dominant defense they’ve displayed all season long. Their full-court press showed it was capable of forcing turnovers when they were desperately...

NCAAW: Duke Blue Devils shut down Liz Kitley, Virginia Tech Hokies

With the No. 16 Duke Blue Devils leading 58-49 at 58 seconds remaining Thursday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, North Carolina, the No. 12 Virginia Tech Hokies began to foul. At that point, Tech had...

FIBA: EuroLeague Women MVP candidates Thomas, Mavunga meet again

EuroLeague Women MVP candidates Alyssa Thomas and Stephanie Mavunga will meet as ZVVZ USK Praha (7-2) clashes with BC Polkowice (7-2) for the second time in group play. It will be just one of the week’s eight...

NCAAW: UConn Huskies show off talent of their less-heralded players

Here’s a look at how the notable teams outside the Power 5 have been doing: The Huskies have dominated their last three contests and have done so without Azzi Fudd. UConn’s Azzi Fudd will miss more time — no...

NCAAW: Clark, Czinano, Iowa Hawkeyes hand Ohio State its first loss

Caitlin Clark recorded her eighth career triple-double Monday night at Value City Arena in Columbus, leading her No. 10 Iowa Hawkeyes to an 83-72 victory over the No. 2 and previously unbeaten Ohio State Buckeyes. Monika Czinano returned...
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