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Women's National Basketball Association

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  • Sparks owner ends involvement with team; WNBA looking for new owner

    Sparks owner ends involvement with team; WNBA looking for new owner
    The WNBA is searching for a new Sparks owner after Sparks Chairman Paula Madison told the league her family-owned company would no longer be involved with the team, The Times has learned. “This was a big surprise to us,” WNBA President...
  • AAC CAPSULES Breaking Down The Teams Of The New Conference

    AAC CAPSULES<br>Breaking Down The Teams Of The New Conference
    A capsule look at the American Athletic Conference's women's basketball teams, in predicted order of finish: UCONN Last season: 35-4 Coach: Geno Auriemma, 29th season Top Players: F Breanna Stewart, C Stefanie Dolson, F Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis Keep an...
  • One day, coming out won't mean leaving

    It will take a brave man, a confident man, maybe a jerk who couldn't care less what other people think. But it will happen. It has to happen. Perhaps the man to make it happen is reading this right now. If so, he should consider the story of Robbie...
  • Foot injury could bench Delle Donne a couple weeks

    Foot injury could bench Delle Donne a couple weeks
    Elena Delle Donne, the Sky's star rookie, has been diagnosed with a mid-foot sprain of the left foot that could keep her out of action a couple weeks, according to Sky spokesperson Stephanie Perleberg. The injury occurred during Tuesday's 80-76 loss...
  • Beware of Bears diva

    Beware of Bears diva
    The preseason is over and we can finally get down to the serious business of worrying. I'm only worried about Brandon Marshall right now. I feel like the diva in him took one year off and is ready to come back with a much stronger year. Which is sad...
  • Excuse me while I kiss the Sky

     
    It's time, fellow bandwagon jumpers; The WNBA Chicago Sky is tied for the second best record in the league (1 game behind Minnesota) and has clinched a spot in the playoffs, which begin Sept. 19, about three weeks from now.......
  • Sky waives backup center Warley

    Sky waives backup center Warley
    The Sky waived backup center Avery Warley Sunday. Warley had joined the Sky Aug. 3 under WNBA rules that allow teams to sign a replacement player when their rosters drop below nine active players.  That happened to the Sky after Elena Delle Donne was...
  • Jen Rizzotti To Work With USA Basketball National Team

    Hartford women's basketball coach Jen Rizzotti has been named one of four court coaches to work with Geno Auriemma's national team at a mini-camp this weekend. Rizzotti will join DePaul coach Doug Bruno, Chicago Sky coach Pokey Chapman and South...
  • Prep sports profile: Izzy Rapacz

    Prep sports profile: Izzy Rapacz
    Recruited from the book sale line her freshman year, Glenbrook South volleyball player Izzy Rapacz has evolved into one of the Titans’ top players. The senior outside hitter hopes to help her team win conference this season, and has already...
  • Jerry Tarkanian to finally enter Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

    Jerry Tarkanian, the droopy-eyed coach from California's Central Valley known as "Tark the Shark," will finally get his due Sunday when he joins former NBA defensive player of the year Gary Payton, All-Star forward Bernard King, fellow coach Rick Pitino...
  • Sparks show playoff intensity, beat Lynx, 85-84

    You could call it deja vu. The Western Conference playoff field is identical to last year's — Minnesota has clinched first place, the Sparks have finished second, Phoenix has come in third and Seattle is fourth. But Candace Parker was quick to...
  • NATIONAL OUTLOOK Knocking On The Door: Some Old-Time Rivals, As Well As A Few Newcomers, Have Players To Challenge UConn

    NATIONAL OUTLOOK<br>Knocking On The Door: Some Old-Time Rivals, As Well As A Few Newcomers, Have Players To Challenge UConn
    With nearly 83 percent of its offense returning from the 35-4 team that won an eighth national championship, the NCAA might be challenged to spawn an opponent strong enough to take UConn down. The candidates to contest UConn this season seem to come from...