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  • Sun's Ogwumike Has Surgery, Will Miss Part Of Season

    Sun's Ogwumike Has Surgery, Will Miss Part Of Season
    Connecticut Sun forward Chiney Ogwumike underwent microfracture surgery Thursday on her right knee and will miss at least part of the WNBA season. Ogwumike is expected to make a full recovery after a rehabilitation period of about six months. Typical...
  • Bird A Huge Advocate Of Kaleena

    Come April, Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis will be heavily in the conversation when the WNBA’s Seattle Storm decides what to do with the first overall pick in the draft.  The Storm just hired its top assistant, Jenny Boucek, to replace long-time coach...
  • Jenny Boucek, a Seattle assistant with ties to community, promoted to head coach of Storm

    Jenny Boucek is moving one chair over, becoming head coach of the Seattle Storm. The assistant was promoted by the WNBA club Tuesday. She succeeds Brian Agler, who left this month to coach the Los Angeles Sparks. "It's a huge honor," Boucek said by...
  • One Man's Opinion: UConn's All-Time Guards

    One Man's Opinion: UConn's All-Time Guards
    UConn has had some pretty good guards in the Geno Auriemma era. With current guard Moriah Jefferson taking more of a leadership role, beat writer John Altavilla ranks the Huskies' all-time guards: 1) Diana Taurasi: Still considered by many the greatest...
  • Sue Bird Settling In With New Role For ESPN

    Sue Bird Settling In With New Role For ESPN
    STORRS – A few minutes after UConn completed its 92-50 win over South Florida at Gampel Pavilion, Geno Auriemma sidled up to the rookie analyst on ESPN2's telecast for a short postgame interview. Sue Bird likely is the greatest point guard to play...
  • Sue Bird Returns To Gampel

    Sue Bird returned to Gampel Pavilion Sunday as part of ESPN2’s broadcast team. While it represents a new venture in her life, it doesn’t mean the former UConn All-American, WNBA all-star and Olympic gold medalist is ready to retire.    “...
  • Sue Bird On The Team Again — The Broadcast Team

    Sue Bird On The Team Again — The Broadcast Team
    STORRS — Sue Bird returned to Gampel Pavilion on Sunday as part of ESPN2's broadcast team. While it represents a new venture in her life, it doesn't mean the former UConn All-American, seven-time WNBA all-star and three-time Olympic gold medalist is...
  • NBA jerseys with sponsor logos 'inevitable,' commissioner says

    NBA jerseys with sponsor logos 'inevitable,' commissioner says
    The NBA added a gold tag to players' jerseys this season to represent championship-winning franchises. The next addition could be ads. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said the practice of selling ad space on team jerseys, common in other international...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Swin Cash 'Pro-Ready' For Life After Basketball

    UConn Women's Insider: Swin Cash 'Pro-Ready' For Life After Basketball
    Swin Cash is not ready to stop playing basketball. She figures she has at least one more year, perhaps two, before she has accomplished all she needs in the sport that has helped enrich her life. That doesn't mean she's running in place waiting for the...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2012 | Bolingbrook's Morgan Tuck

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2012 | Bolingbrook's Morgan Tuck
    When Morgan Tuck took on her first role at Bolingbrook, coach Anthony Smith recognized the traits he'd rave about for years to come. She was humble, worked hard, had enthusiasm. She was a great water girl. Tuck probably could have started at Bolingbrook...
  • Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2003 | Naperville Central's Candace Parker

    Ms. Basketball of Illinois 2003 | Naperville Central's Candace Parker
    A year ago, Naperville Central girls basketball coach Andy Nussbaum went on his school's public-address system to make this announcement: "Congratulations to Candace Parker. She's decided to forgo the rest of her high school eligibility to sign with...