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  • Former WNBA player Margo Dydek has heart attack

     
    Former Sparks player Margo Dydek is in a medically induced coma in a Brisbane, Australia, hospital after suffering a heart attack Thursday. The 37-year-old, who is pregnant with her third child, collapsed at her home in Brisbane and was rushed......
  • Candace Parker voted to be a starter on All-Star team

     
    Sparks forward Candace Parker was voted to be a starter on the Western Conference All-Star team with 19,376 votes, making her the sixth-leading vote getter. Parker will most likely miss the game because of a torn lateral meniscus in her......
  • Spotlight On Diana Taurasi

    Taurasi was the 2000 Naismith and Parade Magazine National High School Player of the Year. She completed her high school career ranked third (behind Giuliana Mendiola's 3,069 and Cheryl Miller's 3,446) in California state history with 3,047 points....
  • Hurley, Classic Keep On Giving

    Doc Hurley is a classic and so is his basketball tournament, in its 34th year. This year's version, Wednesday through Saturday at Weaver High School, has 28 high school teams playing 14 games. The event started in 1975, a single college game between...
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  • Wooden Benchmark: UConn May Surpass UCLA's 88, But Would It Be Viewed The Same?

    Wooden Benchmark: UConn May Surpass UCLA's 88, But Would It Be Viewed The Same?
    It is there for the world to see, history and legacy and immortality rolled into one hard-to-believe number with soft edges. And yet the UConn women pretend they can't see it because to ponder the meaning might prove paralyzing for a young team. It's...
  • Recapping The UConn Women's 2009-10 Season

    Recapping The UConn Women's 2009-10 Season
    STORRS -- The euphoria of a third unbeaten national championship season was still in free flow when UConn coach Geno Auriemma stepped to the lectern outside the state Capitol in the spring of 2009. Auriemma knew what everyone gathered for the victory...
  • Lawson Leads A Fast Start

    No player on the Connecticut Sun is more familiar with foreign national anthems than Kara Lawson, the veteran guard and 2008 U.S.Olympic gold medalist. On Friday, Lawson heard the anthem of the Polish national team -- played by a polka band dressed in...
  • Charles Opens WNBA Career With Double-Double As Sun Defeat Sky

    Charles Opens WNBA Career With Double-Double As Sun Defeat Sky
    Former UConn All-American Tina Charles scored 17 points and 10 rebounds in her professional debut Saturday to lead the Connecticut Sun to a 74-61 win over the Chicago Sky in the WNBA opener at the Mohegan Sun Arena. Charles, the first overall pick in the...
  • McCoughtry Helps Dream Dominate Sun

    McCoughtry Helps Dream Dominate Sun
    Angel McCoughtry (32), Sancho Lyttle (27) and Iziane Castro Marques combined to score 77 points as the Atlanta Dream defeated the Connecticut Sun 97-82 Friday night. The Sun (1-1) were outscored 25-9 in the second quarter and trailed 51-32 at halftime....
  • Sun Bounce Back, Hand Mystics First Loss, 80-65

    Sun Bounce Back, Hand Mystics First Loss, 80-65
    The transgressions of the Connecticut Sun were so bad Friday during a 15-point loss in Atlanta that coach Mike Thibault said he hadn't seen anything so awful in 40 years of basketball. That's a lot of missed assignments and turnovers to sift through....