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  • Ex-Terp Toliver sets Sparks record with 43 points in 98-95 win

    Kristi Toliver suffered with every loss as the WNBA's Los Angeles Sparks got off to their worst start in franchise history. When she finally arrived in Los Angeles after playing for the Slovak Republic at the EuroBasket 2015 tournament in Hungary, she...
  • 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...
  • Lauren Hill's family continues fight against brain cancer

    Lauren Hill passed away two months ago from brain cancer two months ago. Her mother knows she'll be carrying on her daughter's mission for quite some time. "Essentially, she handed the mission off and we're now her voice, to keep pushing the mission...
  • 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...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois winners

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois winners
    2015 Haley Gorecki, Fremd 2014 Tyra Buss, Mount Carmel (Ill.) 2013 Tyra Buss, Mount Carmel (Ill.) 2012 Morgan Tuck, Bolingbrook 2011 Ariel Massengale, Bolingbrook 2010 Tricia Liston, Fenwick 2009 Morgan Tuck, Bolingbrook 2008 Sarah Boothe,...
  • Family affair: Gasol brothers Pau and Marc an historic All-Star pairing

    Family affair: Gasol brothers Pau and Marc an historic All-Star pairing
    NEW YORK — Pau Gasol sat in a chair behind a table surrounded by people holding microphones, cameras and recorders. Questions were shouted to him in English and Spanish, demanding instantaneous eloquence. In some regards, Friday could have been...
  • NBA's Young Talent On Display

    NEW YORK — Kobe Bryant won't play in Sunday's All-Star game, his season already over because of a shoulder injury. Dwyane Wade will also skip it because of a sore hamstring. Carmelo Anthony is here, a reasonable expectation because the New York...
  • WNBA Players, Management Not Surprised By Taurasi's Decision

    WNBA Players, Management Not Surprised By Taurasi's Decision
    UNCASVILLE – When Diana Taurasi accepted the offer from Russian team UMMC Ekaterinburg to be compensated for sitting out the 2015 WNBA season, many nodded knowingly for two basic reasons. Taurasi, 33, has been dropping hints for years that the...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2009 | Bolingbrook's Morgan Tuck

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2009 | Bolingbrook's Morgan Tuck
    Fourteen-year-old Morgan Tuck had just completed her first photo shoot, commissioned because she was selected as the youngest Ms. Basketball of Illinois in the prestigious award's 24-year history. The freshman sat in the middle of the court where her...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2002 | Naperville Central's Candace Parker: Above the rim

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2002 | Naperville Central's Candace Parker: Above the rim
    Candace Parker picked her grandfather. An assignment in her speech class required her to pay tribute to someone, and she had many influential people from which to choose. People like her father, Larry, who showed her how to dunk a basketball, and her...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2001 | Marshall's Cappie Pondexter

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2001 | Marshall's Cappie Pondexter
    There have been many great girls high school basketball players in Illinois--but only one Cappie. Though she stands a modest 5 feet 9 inches, Marshall's Cappie Pondexter has found a way to stand above everyone else in state history. She is the first...