Hoopers of all kinds should look up to Tamika Catchings

The WNBA will be saying goodbye to one of their all-time greats after this season. Tamika Catchings is in her 15th season, and the WNBA itself has only been around for 20 years. Sort of like the way that NBA fans can’t imagine what the league will be like without Kobe Bryant, WNBA fans will

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Draymond Green

Everyone should learn from the WNBA like Draymond Green

The WNBA’s 20th season just started last week, and I wish I could say that everyone is respecting the women’s game and more people are watching. This isn’t the case however, many people are stuck in the dark ages and they refuse to relent on the sexist comments. When you wade through the crowds of

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Why Hasn’t the WNBA Taken off as it should?

The National Basketball Association dominates the basketball landscape both stateside and globally. Collegiate Basketball arguably follows suit as the second best brand of basketball available to the general public. One can even argue that the Women’s College game would be third on that list, followed ultimately by the Women’s National Basketball Association. Casual fans may

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Allen Iverson, Yao Ming, Shaquille O'Neal

Shaq, Yao Ming, Allen Iverson headline 2016 Hall of Fame class

As the Hall of Famers were announced today, Twitter seemed to come into a whirlpool of reminiscent videos, GIF’s, and pictures. Allen Iverson and Shaquille O’Neal are both getting into the Hall of Fame and many fans are saying, “It’s about time!” The NBA announced the rest of the class to go with them: Yao

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Candace Parker

Candace Parker responds to lower rims debate

With another addition to the debate about lower rims in the WNBA, let’s run down the list of who’s in this debate. It all started with Elena Delle Donne and somewhat Geno Auriemma, then Diana Taurasi responded with an interesting comment, and now Candace Parker takes a turn to respond. View this post on Instagram

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Elena Delle Donne, Diana Taurasi

Diana Taurasi scoffs at the lower rim proposal

Just a couple weeks ago, Elena Delle Donne was proposing that the women of the WNBA play with lowered rims so that the league could gain some more viewership and exposure. Geno Auriemma, coach of the UConn women’s team, made the same kind of proposal before. Both were met with mixed reviews, but some were

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Video: Ticha Penicheiro, One of the Greatest Passers of All-Time

Being a basketball junkie, I’ve watched a ridiculous amount of games across different platforms. Being a point guard myself in my playing days, I’ve always had a deep appreciation for those who love to get others involved in the action. The WNBA is a very solid league. Despite the low attendance numbers, If you give

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Elena Delle Donne

Elena Delle Donne proposes lower rims for women’s basketball

Elena Delle Donne, the reigning WNBA MVP, has been very vocal in defense of her sport and in support of her gender. She, like many other women, are fighting to be looked at as equal to the men and their version of the game. Recently, she told USA Today that she is in favor of lowering the

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Elena Delle Donne Wins WNBA MVP

Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky has officially been named the WNBA MVP for the 2015 season. Congrats to @De11eDonne!!! #MVPStatus #StriveForGreatness — LeBron James (@KingJames) September 16, 2015 Coming from the small state of Delaware, Delle Donne carved her own path to the number two pick in the 2013 draft. She turned down playing

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Don’t Sleep: Maya Moore

Earlier Don’t Sleep Posts: Gordon Hayward, Tobias Harris For those of you that are basketball addicts like myself and everyone here at Basketball Society, then you should already know the kind of player that Maya Moore is. However, there are plenty of people who don’t pay attention to the WNBA, or just women’s basketball in

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