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Mavs assistant, Sparks guard Kristi Toliver sees female NBA head coach in the near future. Maybe her – The Athletic

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Kristi Toliver remembers going to a Dallas Mavericks game to see her favorite player, Jason Kidd. She was about 9 years old. A few years later in high school in Virginia, she wore No. 5 because of him. Fast-forward a few more years, and the 34-year-old WNBA star can

Shyla Heal’s inspiring message after devastating WNBA interception

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Shyla Heal made the basketball world aware when she was drafted to the WNBA in April this year. Key points: Shyla Heal was removed from the WNBA after being traded by Chicago Sky and then dropped out of the Dallas Wings in June Heal is now ready for the

WNBA Power Rankings: Elena Delle Donne’s return and an exciting thrill in the middle of the pack

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The 2021 WNBA season is back after its month-long Olympic break. And when the season ends, it looks to be an exciting one as the teams increase their game to get into the playoffs. While the Las Vegas Aces and theSeattle Storm are still at the top, their lead

The WNBA suspends Courtney Williams and Crystal Bradford due to a quarrel in May

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NEW YORK – WNBA on Tuesday suspended former Atlanta Dream players Courtney Williams and Crystal Bradford for their roles in a quarrel outside a club in the Atlanta area in May and for related health and safety protocols. Williams received a two-game quarantine and Bradford one. Both players are

Shyla Heal’s inspirational message after devastating WNBA undermining

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Shyla Heal lifted the basketball world when he was drafted to the WNBA in April this year. Key points: Shyla Heal was expelled from the WNBA after being traded by Chicago Sky and was waived by the Dallas Wings in June. As part of the Sydney Uni Flames team,

Futuristic stars in women’s basketball – The Athletic

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The women’s basketball world is small. Top college basketball is funnily recruiting into many of the same programs. Coaches who are eager to keep their programs at the top are looking for the best young coaches in the game to continue their program’s elite status. From there, it channels

Why the Connecticut Sun Can Be Impossible to Beat in the WNBA Finals – The Athletic

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Alyssa Thomas says she was nowhere near being able to play when she arrived in Connecticut for training camp this spring. Thomas tore his Achilles tendon abroad in January and did not have a time frame for her return. The Sun kept her on the list and she came

WNBA should not have to fight for respect in 2021 – The Athletic

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If you’ve seen the WNBA playoffs, you’ve been treated to some truly incredible basketball and tear-jerking moments involving absolute legends. I’m still not over with Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi’s post – match interview after Phoenix Mercury eliminated Seattle Storm in the second round on Sunday when the two

Finally back in the WNBA playoffs, Liberty is out to embody the city’s gravel – The Athletic

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New York Liberty veteran Natasha Howard was cheerful during her first media availability in the post-season in 2021. The traditionally reserved Howard seemed to have settled into the reality that her team is in the WNBA playoffs for the first time since 2017. The eighth-seeded Liberty (12-20) will face

Can the Pac-12 compete with the Big Ten? Is a WNBA G League possible? – Athletics

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Like many, as we enter the final weeks of 2021, I find myself reflecting and questioning, and yes, that applies even to women’s hangers. I’ve spent parts of November thinking: Can anyone beat South Carolina? Which coach this season will most likely turn the bird on national television? What