Diana Taurasi

Diana Taurasi’s WNBA Mount Rushmore: Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes, Tina Thompson, Cheryl Miller & Sue Bird

When Diana Taurasi speaks, you listen! In a recent interview with Landon Buford, the three-time WNBA champ shared her Mount Rushmore of WNBA players. “I’ll take Lisa at the five. At the four, I’ll take Tina Thompson, no one has ever been as competitive as her. At the three I’ll take Swoopes. At the two I’ll take

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Schmidt Talking Roundtable: Dan Hurley Has Left The Atlantic 10

Dan Hurley came into the Atlantic 10 with high expectations for Rhode Island. The program had been so close to making the NCAA Tournament from 2002 to 2011, but fell victim to the NIT. Coach Jim Baron had done an excellent job with the program but couldn’t get over the hump. Then came in Hurley.

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UConn’s Run Bad for Women’s Basketball

The University of Connecticut and head coach Geno Auriemma have done it. In a hard fought battle yesterday against the 6th-ranked South Carolina Gamecocks, UConn brought home the program’s 100th consecutive win with a 66-55 victory in front of a sellout crowd at Gampel Pavilion. Breakdowns of the game and UConn’s historic accomplishment are all

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Vince Staples: UConn Women could beat the 76ers by 20

If you follow rapper Vince Staples on Twitter then you know he’s not shy about tweeting his basketball opinions. If you don’t , take a look at his latest thought regarding the ever-dominant UConn Women’s Basketball team: I got money on Uconn Women's beating the 76ers by at least 20. — Vince Staples (@vincestaples) March 27, 2016

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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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Jeremy Lamb

Jeremy Lamb to ink three-year, $21 extension with Charlotte Hornets

  After languishing on the bench in Oklahoma City for the first three years of his career, Jeremy Lamb was dealt to the Charlotte Hornets this past summer, marking the reunion of Lamb and his former University of Connecticut running mate Kemba Walker. Lamb, who was the No. 12 overall pick in the 2012 NBA

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