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Although it's the NBA superstars who receive the bulk of basketball attention, there are multiple players in the WNBA who continue to impress on a nightly basis.
I’m tired of feeling like I have to begin every women’s basketball column defending the sport and explaining why I watch women’s basketball.
Today, Nike officially unveiled their 2014 "Black History Month" collection, which includes new product from LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony, as well as other incredible athletes like Allyson Felix, Maya Moore and Ishod Wair.
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.
I now understand what it's like to be Kobe Bryant or LeBron James.
You may know Cappie Pondexter as the sweet-shooting New York Liberty guard - the one who has posted an 18.
Despite only entering the league this spring, Maya Moore has already become the proud owner of the WNBA's best-selling jersey.
The WNBA season tip-off passed by like the 10-year anniversary of the release of Final Fantasy IX - unnoticed.
"Today, Jordan Brand, a division of NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE), announced the signing of Maya Moore, two-time NCAA Women’s Basketball National Champion and college basketball’s all-time leader in games won as a player.
The sequel never, ever lives up to the hype.
No disrespect to Caron Butler -- who is one of our favorite guys to work with in the NBA and tougher than your first night in prison -- but at this stage in his career, if he is your primary scoring option against a team like the San Antonio Spurs you'll have to play an almost flawless game to win.
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 NEVER lost a NCAA game.
We mentioned it in Smack this morning, but figured we'd give you a little more detail into what actually went down yesterday in President Barack Obama's pickup game.
It's like there's no middle ground: NBA teams either make decisions that seemingly take no forethought (e.