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  • On The Fly: How Good Will Towns Be? We Will See

    On The Fly: How Good Will Towns Be? We Will See
    We'll check back in 10 years to see how historic a night it was. But for now, let's just say the selection of Kentucky's Karl-Anthony Towns with the first pick of the NBA draft by Minnesota was not unexpected. We'll see whether his star eventually ascends higher than D'Angelo Russell or Jahlil Okafor.
  • WNBA: Sun Blow Away Poor-Shooting Storm

    The Connecticut Sun made coach Anne Donovan's return to Seattle a happy one, winning their fourth straight 79-58 over the Storm on Tuesday night. Donovan, in her third year as the coach of the Sun, led the Storm to their first WNBA championship in 2004...

    On The Fly: WNBA Superlatives For Moore, Bird, Charles, Etc.

    On The Fly: WNBA Superlatives For Moore, Bird, Charles, Etc.
    Game 1 of the NBA Finals is history. So the slate is clear for the 2015 WNBA season to begin Friday. The Connecticut Sun, already pounded by injuries, will be at Mohegan Sun Arena to play Washington. UConn fans will make sure to say hello to the...

    WNBA Preview: Atlanta, Minnesota Should Be On Top

    WNBA Preview: Atlanta, Minnesota Should Be On Top
    In predicted order of finish. Season opens Friday night. Eastern Conference 1. Atlanta Dream Last year: 19-15 in regular season, eliminated in first round of playoffs Coach: Michael Cooper, third season Key additions: G Roneeka Hodges signed as a...

    UConn Women's Insider: Stewart Gives New Meaning To Busy

    UConn Women's Insider: Stewart Gives New Meaning To Busy
    The greatest player in women's college basketball is enjoying what amounts to a five-day hiatus from the various responsibilities that come with that title. "What would I like to do? Probably nothing," Breanna Stewart said Monday. "I'd like to just enjoy...