Breanna Stewart is already a Hall of Fame lock

When thinking of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, unfortunately, our first thoughts tend to lean toward former NBA players. This obviously excludes great college players, overseas players and often overlooked, WOMEN! Look no further than the WNBA’s own Breanna Stewart. The criteria for entering the Hall of Fame seems absolutely clear for some inductees,

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Cappie Pondexter

Cappie Pondexter Speaks on WNBA Pay Gap: “It’s What We Deserve”

Many streams of dialogue have picked up steam around the WNBA this season, including from seven-time All-Star and two-time champion, Cappie Pondexter. The dialogue mainly stems from the drastic difference in wage gaps between WNBA players and their NBA counterparts. Pondexter recently commented that players would definitely take part in a potential strike it was

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NBA Live 19

NBA Live 19: Gameplay, Presentation, and Overall Review

This past Friday, EA released their anticipated NBA Live 19 game. With a positive look at the Live 19 demo a few weeks back, EA looks to have a step in the right direction in the basketball genre. After a full weekend of playing, here is my look at the game, both positive and negative. ‘The One’

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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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Becky Hammon

WNBA’s Cappie Pondexter on Becky Hammon, Milwaukee Bucks: ‘Basketball isn’t about a gender’

Cappie Pondexter checked in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson & Scoop B Radio and discussed Becky Hammon & more.  Press Play Below To Listen!  San Antonio Spurs assistant coach, Becky Hammon became the NBA’s first female assistant coach. Guess what? She’ll also become the first woman to interview for a head coaching job in the

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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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Elena Delle Donne, Washington Mystics

WNBA Landscape is Changing with Elena Delle Donne Trade

Imagine for a second, back to the most recent off-season in the NBA, but this time Kevin Durant doesn’t leave Oklahoma City through free agency. Instead, he’s shipped out through a sign-and-trade deal to a team you never imagined was in the conversation. This is how I felt when the news hit about Elena Delle

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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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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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