Diana Taurasi

WNBA’s Diana Taurasi says Nike’s LeBron James 15 sneaker has ‘taken basketball shoes to different level’  

If you’ve paid attention to the #LeBronWatch campaign on social media during the NBA season, you were treated to an array of colorways and styles of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James and his LeBron 15 sneaker. According to SB Nation’s Whitney Medworth, the LeBron 15s are James’ fifteenth signature shoe. For the first time, the

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Pat Summitt

Former Tennessee Vol Brittany Jackson says Coach Pat Summitt made her ‘mentally tough’

Next month will mark two years since legendary Tennessee Vols women’s basketball coach, Pat Summitt died. Summitt, a winner of 1,098 career coaching wins, won eight NCAA championships. She retired in 2012 when she was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. A five-time Naismith Coach of the Year, Summitt won 84% of her games as a

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Official Trailer for “She Got Game” features star-studded basketball and pop culture cast

The official trailer for Bleacher Report’s “She Got Game” starring Seattle Storm star Jewell Loyd has arrived. A reimagining of the iconic Spike Lee film “He Got Game” released in 1998, this rendition in a fictional movie trailer follows Coney Island star Faith Mothershed, who follows in the footsteps of Jesus Shuttlesworth. Also featured are

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Lindsay Whalen

Lindsay Whalen named head coach of Minnesota women’s basketball, while still playing in WNBA

This week’s most intriguing basketball news, despite the NBA Playoffs gearing up and the WNBA Draft on Thursday night, was Lindsay Whalen being named the head coach of the women’s basketball team at her alma mater, the University of Minnesota. Whalen is a five-time All-WNBA guard and is currently still a member of the Minnesota

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2018 WNBA Draft

Full 2018 WNBA Draft Results

First Round Las Vegas Aces – A’ja Wilson, South Carolina Indiana Fever – Kelsey Mitchell, Ohio State Chicago Sky – Diamond DeShields, Tennessee Chicago Sky – Gabby Williams, UConn Seattle Storm – Jordin Canada, UCLA Dallas Wings – Azurá Stevens, UConn Washington Mystics – Ariel Atkins, Texas Indiana Fever – Victoria Vivians, Mississippi State Connecticut Sun

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2017 WNBA Playoffs

2017 WNBA Playoffs: Semifinals Preview

The single elimination matchups are finally done. The Washington Mystics and the Phoenix Mercury both knocked off their first round opponents as well as the both teams that received the first round bye. Playoff experience and overall star power have gotten both teams this far. The Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks, however, create an

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2017 WNBA Playoffs: Round One Preview

That time of year has rolled around yet again. The WNBA is set to tip off another playoff bracket, and this year we have some new faces competing against wily veterans for the ultimate prize in the league. Atlanta, Chicago, and Indiana were all unable to get back to the postseason this year. In their

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Elena Delle Donne

Elena Delle Donne shines in return to Chicago

The Washington Mystics traveled to Chicago for a matinee game on Wednesday. Delle Donne, who demanded a trade from Chicago in the offseason, was shipped to Washington so she could fulfill her dream of playing professionally while still being close to home. Today marked her first trip back to her old stomping grounds with the

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Kelsey Plum, 2017 WNBA Draft

2017 WNBA Mock Draft

During the WNBA Offseason, so far, we’ve seen Elena Delle Donne moved in a blockbuster trade, a lot of key veterans signed to new teams, and one of the more exciting NCAA March Madness Tournaments with UConn going down before the championship game. Now, it’s on to the Draft. The 2017 WNBA Draft is going

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2017 WNBA Offseason, Elena Delle Donne, Washington Mystics

2017 WNBA Offseason Recap

At this point in the game, pretty much everyone knows the biggest move of the offseason in the WNBA. Elena Delle Donne has moved on from Chicago, and went over to the Washington Mystics in a blockbuster trade. What about the smaller signings and trades though? Those key moves that bring back an important player

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