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Women's National Basketball Association

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  • Sky coach: Fowles could be back by mid-season

    Sky coach: Fowles could be back by mid-season
    Sky coach Pokey Chatman said Friday she thinks injured All-Star center Sylvia Fowles will be back in action midway through the WNBA season. “And knowing Sylvia, it could be sooner,” Chatman said. Fowles, reigning WNBA defensive player of...
  • Magic Johnson would be interested in buying Clippers, source says

    Magic Johnson would be interested in purchasing the Clippers, with financial backing from Guggenheim Partners, if they were put up for sale, according to a person familiar with the situation. A racially charged audio recording surfaced Saturday in which...
  • Buss family faces crucial moment with the Lakers

    The six brothers and sisters, with a gap of 31 years from eldest to youngest, gathered in the winter near the first anniversary of their father's death to discuss some problems about the family business. It's also the city's treasured sports team —...
  • Are Dodgers best served by the many faces of Magic Johnson?

    Are Dodgers best served by the many faces of Magic Johnson?
    I’d say Magic Johnson is two-faced, but I guess it’s more like three-faced. Or maybe 223-faced. It gets so hard. Magic, as you know, was put out there as the face of the Dodgers’ new ownership, a beloved Los Angeles sports figure...
  • Joakim Noah grieving the loss of his mentor Tyrone Green

    To understand the impact and influence Tyrone Green had on Joakim Noah, just go back to Noah's 2007 draft night. Wearing seersucker, a bow tie and an exuberant smile, Noah, minutes after he shook then-Commissioner David Stern's hand and walked offstage,...
  • USC's Cassie Harberts happy to have an extended career

    Cassie Harberts played last summer on a USA women's basketball team that won a World University Games gold medal in Russia. The USC forward had plenty in common with her teammates — except one thing: She was the lone player with no NCAA tournament...
  • Sponsor logos could be added to NBA jerseys

    Sponsor logos could be added to NBA jerseys
    The NBA and its sponsors may be on the verge of patching things up. Fans could see sponsor patches on team jerseys within five years, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver reportedly said at the IMG World Congress of Sports on Wednesday in Dana Point. One...
  • Looking Inside The NCAA Tournament Women's Bracket

    Now that the men have had their opening-round fun, the NCAA Division I women's basketball tournament gets its start Saturday with 16 games across the land. UConn opens defense of its title Sunday at Gampel Pavilion against Prairie View at 8. Here are 10...
  • Gampel Notebook: Geno Lines Up In Favor Of Neutral Sites

    — This weekend's NCAA Tournament games at Gampel Pavilion are expected to springboard UConn to the regional finals In Lincoln, Neb. And once there, the Huskies could find themselves in a position no team likely will ever face again on the way a...
  • Maryland women face a tall task in stopping Texas center Imani McGee-Stafford

    COLLEGE PARK — Maryland had defeated Army 40 minutes earlier, and Terps players were picking up notepads and pens and filtering back toward the Comcast Center court to scout their next NCAA tournament opponent. They didn't need to watch long to...
  • Dolson, Hartley Make Final UConn Home Game A Sweet Farewell

    STORRS — Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley played their final home game for UConn on Tuesday, each hoping to do what's possible to help the Huskies beat St. Joseph's and get to another Sweet 16. And that they did, combining for 37 points (20 for...