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Women's National Basketball Association

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  • Sun Seek Revenge Against Tulsa

    UNCASVILLE – The Connecticut Sun won't have long to wait to fix the mistakes they made in a 96-83 loss to the Tulsa Shock Thursday night at Mohegan Sun Arena. They face the Shock Saturday in Tulsa, the first game of a long stretch of road games....
  • Alisha Valavanis takes on a WNBA challenge

    You could consider this the challenge of Alisha Valavanis' professional career. She is leaving college athletics, her area of expertise, her comfort zone. And she is entering the arduous business world of the WNBA, where she's now charged with keeping the...
  • On The Fly: Nadal's Stunning Exit At Wimbledon

    It was a big day at Wimbledon Tuesday. The No. 1 player in the world is gone. Hello, number …144? That would be Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios, 19, who got in on a wild card and knocked 14-time Grand Slam champion Rafael Nadal out of the...
  • Mercury 87, Sky 69

    The Sports Xchange Mercury 87, Sky 69 Diana Taurasi reached a milestone Wednesday night at the Chicago Sky's expense. During the third quarter, the Phoenix guard became the No. 2 scorer in WNBA history, surpassing Katie Smith, as the Mercury waxed...
  • Kim Jacobs Edges UConn's Breanna Stewart For Honda Cup

    Kim Jacobs, a gymnastics star at Alabama, won the Honda Cup Monday night at an awards ceremony in Los Angeles. UConn's Breanna Stewart, who averaged 19.5 points a game in UConn's championship season, finished in the top three with Jacobs and Dartmouth...
  • Soccer in America: Plenty of growth, plenty more to go

    SEATTLE Former major league baseball infielder Jack Wilson says he'd likely have chosen a different career 20 years ago if soccer in this country was like it is today. "It was probably the hardest decision I ever made, to be honest," said Wilson, a high-...
  • Elena Delle Donne's health a major issue for Sky

    Elena Delle Donne's health a major issue for Sky
    Trying to relax in the players' lounge at Allstate Arena after another late June loss, Sky forward Elena Delle Donne's frustration was starting to show. She has been battling debilitating headaches and exhaustion. The Sky have dropped eight of their...
  • Sky fall to Mercury 87-69

    Sky fall to Mercury 87-69
    Diana Taurasi reached a milestone Wednesday night at the Chicago Sky's expense. During the third quarter, the Phoenix guard became the No. 2 scorer in WNBA history, surpassing Katie Smith, as the Mercury waxed Chicago 87-69 in the US Airways Center in...
  • Regional Digest: UHart's Blood Gets 5-Year Deal

    Blood Gets 5-Year Deal After leading the University of Hartford baseball team to a school-record 31 wins this season, third-year coach Justin Blood has signed a five-year contract through the 2019 season. Blood led Hartford to its first appearance in the...
  • Sun Drop Third Straight

    UNCASVILLE – Until the Connecticut Sun start winning road games, taking care of things at home is going to be a necessity. Coming off weekend losses in Washington and New York that snapped a six-game winning streak, the Sun had a chance to...
  • Sun Lose At Home, 74-71

    UNCASVILLE – Until the Connecticut Sun start winning road games consistently, taking care of things at home is going to be almost mandatory. Coming off weekend losses in Washington and New York that snapped a six-game winning streak, the Sun had...
  • Shock, Sims Too Much For Sun

    UNCASVILLE – In the first six minutes of the game Thursday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena, Tulsa couldn't seem to miss. And the Connecticut Sun couldn't seem to hit a shot. The Sun missed their first six and quickly trailed by 12. They rallied,...