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  • They Changed The Game

    They Changed The Game
    UConn's first national championship team celebrated the 20th anniversary of the year women's basketball was changed forever. The 1994-95 Huskies were 35-0. STORRS — There was a nostalgic touch to halftime of Saturday's UConn-Tulane game at...
  • 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...
  • Tamera Young inks multi-year deal with Sky

    Tamera Young inks multi-year deal with Sky
    Tamera Young had offers from other WNBA teams, but what the unrestricted free agent wanted most was stability, which is why the versatile small forward agreed to a multi-year contract on Wednesday to stay with the Sky.  "Chicago is like home. I've...
  • Regional Digest: Rock Cats Announce Name-The-Team Contest

    Name That Team The Rock Cats are set to start playing in Hartford in 2016 and the city is holding a name-the-team contest that will begin Tuesday. Visit hartfordplaysball2016.com to vote. The contest will officially kick off at the 1:30 p.m....
  • No. 1 South Carolina Gets Its Chance Tonight Vs. No. 2 UConn

    No. 1 South Carolina Gets Its Chance Tonight Vs. No. 2 UConn
    STORRS — South Carolina plays the most important women's basketball game in its history Monday at Gampel Pavilion. There can be no doubt about that. Think back 20 years to the frenzy surrounding UConn's wrangle with iconic Tennessee on Jan. 16,...
  • Auriemma's Olympic Coaching Staff Introduced In Storrs

    Auriemma's Olympic Coaching Staff Introduced In Storrs
    STORRS – The continuity of talent responsible for USA Basketball's domination of World Championship and Olympic competition is vitally important to the effort. But now it seems it is becoming just as important to find the same commitment from the...
  • What Happens Monday Not New To Staley

    South Carolina plays the most important women’s basketball game in its history Monday at Gampel Pavilion. There can be no doubt about that.    Think back 20 years to the frenzy surrounding UConn’s wrangle with iconic Tennessee on Jan. 16,...
  • UConn To Honor First National Champion

     The Huskies are expected to announce this week they will hold a ceremony prior to next Saturday’s game against Tulsa in honor of the 20th anniversary of the first national championship team. Many of the players and coaches who played a part are...
  • Auriemma Would Rather Reflect On UConn Program, Not His Milestones

    Auriemma Would Rather Reflect On UConn Program, Not His Milestones
    HARTFORD — Soon enough, the time will come for Geno Auriemma and his UConn program to refocus on its annual goal of winning another national championship. For instance, there is a flight to Memphis on Friday, a game there Saturday, a practice in...
  • 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...
  • WNBA loses star Diana Taurasi for season because of big Russia payday

    WNBA loses star Diana Taurasi for season because of big Russia payday
    The 2014 WNBA finals MVP, Diana Taurasi, will be M.I.A. in 2015, and she's going to make even more money doing so. Taurasi announced Tuesday that she will sit out the 2015 WNBA season to rest for her Russian EuroLeague club team UMMC Ekaterinburg's...