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If your life isn't about getting buckets, then what are you really doing with yourself.
Pardon the interruption but our regular posting schedule will be off over the next few days.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/12/uconn-womens-basketball-team-ties-ucla-with-88-straight-wins"> "Today, Jordan Brand, a division of NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE), announced the signing of <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/maya-moore">Maya Moore</a>, two-time NCAA Women’s Basketball National Champion and college basketball’s all-time leader in games won as a player.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/?p=155877"> I pray this doesn't come off as chauvinistic, but I know it is, so here goes nothing: women's basketball is not my cup of tea. Like, at all. That's not to say these females couldn't wipe the floor with me because I'm sure about a great portion of them could. Still, I know something legendary when I see it and what's going in the upper northeast is the epitome of such. The last time the University of Connecticut Women's Basketball came up on the negative side of a score, I was still a month away from graduating from Hampton University. To provide some sense of time, this was April 2008. Since then, the Lady Huskies have won 88 straight - tying John Wooden's legendary UCLA teams of the 1970s, ending in 1974 - in an almost unfair fashion. Of those victories, 86 have been by more than 10 points. Let's put some of these factors into perspective. -- This means the freshman, sophomore and juniors on the team have <a href="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/12/19/eveningnews/main7166502.shtml">NEVER lost</a> a NCAA game.