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  • Spurs hire NBA's first full-time female assistant coach

    The reigning NBA champion San Antonio Spurs named long-time WNBA star Becky Hammon as the first full-time female assistant coach in league history on Tuesday. Hammon, 37, is a six-time WNBA All-Star who has spent the last eight seasons with the San...
  • On The Fly: Spurs Make Hammon First Female Full-Time Assistant

    Longtime WNBA player Becky Hammon, who is retiring after this season with the San Antonio Stars, will be an assistant coach with the NBA champion San Antonio Spurs. She'll be the first female full-time assistant on an NBA coaching staff. Kudos to Spurs...
  • Spurs Make Hammon NBA's First Female Full-Time Assistant

    Spurs Make Hammon NBA's First Female Full-Time Assistant
    Becky Hammon and the San Antonio Spurs crossed a significant cultural line Tuesday when the NBA champions named one the great guards in WNBA history the first full-time, paid female assistant on an NBA coaching staff. "I'm just so thrilled to be able to...
  • For Taurasi, a title triple triple

    For Taurasi, a title triple triple
    Great things have come in threes for Diana Taurasi. When she led the Mercury past the Sky Friday in a three-game sweep (what else?) of the WNBA Finals, it gave the 32-year-old guard a third WNBA title (after 2007 and 2009) to go with her three Olympic...
  • Sky roster set up for future WNBA success

     Sky roster set up for future WNBA success
    It should have been no surprise the Sky made the WNBA Finals. They had all the mainstays back from the team that won the Eastern Conference regular season with a 24-10 record before losing in the opening round of the 2013 playoffs, and the East was...
  • Hartley, Chiney Ogwumike Among USA Cuts

       In case you missed it last night, the first roster cuts were made for the 2014 USA Basketball Women's National Team prior to Monday's final domestic exhibiton against Canada at 7 p.m. at the Webster Bank Arena.   Cut from the field of 17 were...
  • Chicago Sky aren't going anywhere but up

    Elena Delle Donne has a simple but effective sales pitch when it comes to the watching the Sky. "Come see us play once and you'll be hooked," the star guard/forward said after the team's thrilling double-overtime playoff victory over Indiana earlier...
  • WNBA Finals: The Sky Appear In Over Their Heads

    PHOENIX — To know what happened in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, all you needed to see was the first three minutes and final 4.6 seconds of the first half Tuesday. At the start, the Mercury's Brittney Griner set a tone of dominance over Sky center...
  • Consistent Candice Dupree is a quiet star

     Consistent Candice Dupree is a quiet star
    PHOENIX — Candice Dupree has felt unusually nervous throughout the playoffs. She can tell by the swarm of butterflies in her stomach and the frequent bathroom trips before each game. And she expects those emotions to intensify Friday night, partly...
  • Women's Basketball: Auriemma Tests Team With Intra-Squad Game

     Women's Basketball: Auriemma Tests Team With Intra-Squad Game
    NEWARK, Del. – Geno Auriemma's second term as coach of USA Basketball's senior national team is filled with challenges, even for a guy who has made a career of meeting and surpassing them. The winner of nine national champions at UConn since 1995...
  • On The Fly: Hyo-Joo Kim Shoots 61 In LPGA Major

    Hyo-Joo Kim shot a record 61 in the first round of the Evian Championship, the LPGA's final major this season. The 19-year-old from South Korea now owns the lowest round shot in a men's or women's major. She leads by four. ... Phoenix and Diana Taurasi...