Cappie Pondexter

WNBA players can strike if Diana Taurasi & Elena Delle Donne backs them, says Cappie Pondexter

WNBA star, Cappie Pondexter checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Cappie Pondexter is never one to bite her tongue. Just this weekend, the WNBA star told TMZ Sports that she BARELY makes six figures a woman professional basketball player. “It’s just getting out of line

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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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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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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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Candace Parker, Maya Moore

WNBA Wednesday: Playoff Race

Eight teams make the playoffs. Seven teams have clinched a spot so far. The last spot left to be claimed is the eighth seed, and will be the toughest uphill battle of them all the reach the Finals. If the playoffs started today, the seeding would look something like the graphic below. The Phoenix Mercury

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Fisch's Friday Rant

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Team USA and Super Teams

The 2016 Rio Olympics are in full swing, offseason NBA news is slowly coming in, and the talk of super teams is alive and well. For the return of Fisch’s Friday Rant, I just had to put on my ranting face and get some things off of my chest about all of these current topics.

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2016 Team USA Women's Basketbal

WNBA Wednesday: Rio Olympics Domination

Although there’s a break in the action, today is Wednesday, so that means we need to talk some WNBA basketball. Instead of talking about league play, we get to talk about the Olympics and how Team USA is on their way to roll through and dominate the competition. Preliminary Group Play Two games into group

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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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