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The NBA season is only a few weeks away from being finished, and basketball junkies will have to go four whole months before it returns. Sports bettors will also suffer from a betting drought once the NBA and NHL playoffs ends, as baseball will be
At 6-feet 8-inches, she is the first woman to truly play above the rim. Here's the video of Griner's slams: Facebook needs to start solving bigger problems, says Chamath Palihapitiya.
Chicago Sky to a 102-80 victory over the Phoenix Mercury on Monday...San Antonio Silver Stars guard Becky Hammon broke her middle finger on her right hand Saturday during training camp.
The 6-foot-8 Griner, a legitimate dunker, won a national title with Baylor and Diggins, a savvy point guard, took Notre Dame to consecutive Final Fours. "This is the next step in what everyone has been anticipating for so long from those three," said
European Unlike King's straight-sets bludgeoning of Riggs at the Houston Astrodome in 1973, Sorenstam's payoff in Fort Worth was delayed. She posted rounds of 71 and 74, missing the cut by four strokes, but the passage of time has allowed people to
The league, which will begin its 17th season Friday even though the Lynx don't open until June 1, never has needed the hype less...With not only the Three to See' [rookies Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins], but the coaching
It's our responsibility (to watch out for her), but it's also our responsibility to help the league, Mercury coach and general manager Corey Gaines said...Once reluctant to try the rarest of shots in the women's game, she embraced it during her final
The continental competition is scheduled to be held in Bangkok, starting on Oct. 27, and new advisor coach Herb Brown believes Japan benefited from facing the Mercury as its first foe after commencing team workouts at the Ajinomoto National Training
Former Baylor star Brittney Griner said Sunday that her coach at Baylor, Kim Mulkey, asked her to not be publicly open about being gay out of fear it would hurt recruiting. "It was a recruiting thing," Griner told espnW.com . "The coaches thought
The Magazine and espnW.com story set to hit newsstands later this month, Griner said her silence during college was because Mulkey and her staff were concerned about the program's image. "It was more of a unwritten law [to not discuss your sexuality]