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  • On The Fly: Byron Jones Gets Invitation To NFL Draft

    On The Fly: Byron Jones Gets Invitation To NFL Draft
    UConn cornerback Byron Jones, who made a name for himself at the NFL combine in February, is one of just 28 top prospects who will attend the NFL draft in Chicago, which starts April 30 with Round 1, and continues May 1 (Rounds 2, 3) and May 2 (Rounds 4-...
  • Loyd, Zahui B. Leaving Early Changes Thursday's WNBA Draft

    Loyd, Zahui B. Leaving Early Changes Thursday's WNBA Draft
    Two factors insulate women's college basketball from the yearly upheaval disrupting the men's game, a reality played out again when seven players from Kentucky's Final Four team decided to leave before their time and apply for the NBA Draft. One is...
  • Connecticut Sun Pick Fourth; Will Mosqueda-Lewis Be There?

    UNCASVILLE — In a production-based business, the Connecticut Sun understand the ramifications of two consecutive sixth-place finishes in the WNBA's Eastern Conference. After winning just 23 games in the past two seasons, the emphasis on turning...
  • Loyd, Zahui B. Bring Intrique to WNBA Draft

    Until last week, this year's WNBA Draft was considered comparatively uninspiring, one lacking the kind of can't-miss talent that could help a poor team. That perception is somewhat different now that Notre Dame's All-America guard Jewell Loyd and...
  • On The Fly: Revolving Door At Kentucky

    On The Fly: Revolving Door At Kentucky
    It is hard to wrap your head around this one. A record seven Kentucky players announced they will enter the NBA draft: Willie Cauley-Stein, Andrew and Aaron Harrison, Karl-Anthony Towns, Trey Lyles, Dakari Johnson and Devin Booker. And just as difficult...
  • Candace Parker says she needs rest, won't be ready for Sparks' opener

    Candace Parker says she needs rest, won't be ready for Sparks' opener
    Candace Parker must be pretty tired. It's only April, but the Sparks star knows she'll be needing some rest when the team's season starts in June. Parker has informed the Sparks that she won't be ready to start the WNBA season after playing basketball...
  • Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd, of Niles West, declares for WNBA draft

    Notre Dame's Jewell Loyd, of Niles West, declares for WNBA draft
    In a rare move for a women's basketball player, Notre Dame junior guard Jewell Loyd announced Wednesday that she would forego her senior season and enter the WNBA Draft. Loyd, a Niles West graduate and the 2012 runner-up for Ms. Basketball of Illinois,...
  • On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day

    On The Fly: Red Sox Mix Pitching, Power On Opening Day
    The end of the college basketball season, and the fact you can probably see your mailbox again, are the clearest signs baseball season is upon us. The Red Sox, Yankees and Mets got it going with Monday afternoon games and sadly have only 161 games left to...
  • There Simply Isn't Enough Money To Be Made In The WNBA

    There Simply Isn't Enough Money To Be Made In The WNBA
    We will argue Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd in the coming hours. We will argue over who is the better basketball player vs. who had the bigger impact on her college team. We'll argue who really deserves to be the national player of the year. ESPNW has...
  • Indiana's anti-gay law deserves a foul call

    Indiana's anti-gay law deserves a foul call
      The fallout from an Indiana law that basically legalizes homophobic discrimination has reached the sports world, just as the state's capital is set to host the Final Four. After Gov. Mike Pence, R, signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act...
  • UConn Women Insider: Maya Moore Is A Real Jet-Setter

    UConn Women Insider: Maya Moore Is A Real Jet-Setter
    Maya Moore turns 26 in June, which proves again how fast time flies when you are traveling the world winning championships. She added another travel sticker this month by helping Shanxi win its third consecutive Women's Chinese Basketball Association...