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  • WNBA Finals boasts 2 of game's bright young stars

     WNBA Finals boasts 2 of game's bright young stars
    Two years ago, in an effort to rebrand the U.S. women's professional basketball league, the WNBA and its broadcast partner, ESPN, came up with the slogan "3 to See." The three — Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins — would...
  • Eye injury could sideline Mercury's Griner

    Eye injury could sideline Mercury's Griner
    On the verge of being unceremoniously swept from the WNBA Finals, the Sky may get something of a reprieve. Brittney Griner, the 6-foot-8 Mercury center whose monstrous performances ate the Sky alive the first two games of the best-of-five series, is...
  • Mercury routs Sky 97-68 to take 2-0 series lead

     Mercury routs Sky 97-68 to take 2-0 series lead
    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...
  • Griner, Taurasi Lead Onslaught

    PHOENIX — Center Brittney Griner scored 19 points and guard Diana Taurasi added 18 to lead a balanced attack as the Phoenix Mercury continued their domination of the Chicago Sky in a 97-68 victory in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals on Tuesday at US...
  • Auriemma: School Objected To His Call To Little Leaguer Mo'ne Davis

    Auriemma: School Objected To His Call To Little Leaguer Mo'ne Davis
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma said Wednesday that a school had filed a complaint with the American Athletic Conference saying that his congratulatory phone call to Little League sensation Mo'ne Davis constituted a recruiting violation. Davis, the girl who...
  • Breanna Stewart Hopes To Become 4th Collegian To Make USA Team

    Breanna Stewart Hopes To Become  4th Collegian To Make USA Team
    STORRS — For as long as people have been watching, Breanna Stewart has played alongside teammates much older. There's a very good reason for it. No calendar has been able to confine her talent. Next week, the UConn junior and reigning Associated...
  • Rothstein to work on Heat broadcasts, McAdoo to scout

    Rothstein to work on Heat broadcasts, McAdoo to scout
      The Miami Heat on Thursday clarified the restructuring of their coaching staff with the announcement of new roles for former assistant coaches Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo.   Rothstein, who previously had served as the franchise's initial coach and...
  • WNBA finals: Don't call it a mismatch

    WNBA finals: Don't call it a mismatch
    At first glance, the WNBA finals between the Sky and Phoenix Mercury look like a mismatch. Chicago finished the regular season 15-19, the No. 4 seed in the Eastern Conference, while the Mercury (29-5) set a WNBA record for most wins in the regular...
  • Jessica Breland battles her way to WNBA Finals

     Jessica Breland battles her way to WNBA Finals
    Jessica Breland was wearing an ice-and-compression contraption as she sat on a table in the trainer's room at the Sky's Deerfield practice facility Thursday, a day after she helped the team make the WNBA Finals. It was a position that allowed Breland to...
  • Sky need guards to pick up their games

    Sky need guards to pick up their games
    It's pretty easy to see why the Fever won Saturday night's opening game of the WNBA Eastern Conference finals 77-70. Indiana caught the Sky with their guard(s) down. Indiana's starting backcourt of Briann January and Shavonte Zellous was simply too...
  • Sky rally again, force Game 3 in East finals

    Sky rally again, force Game 3 in East finals
    Courtney Vandersloot made it sound like it was no big deal to get steamrollered. "I'm bigger than I look," Vandersloot said. "I can take it." "Pound for pound, she's the toughest player," Sky coach Pokey Chatman said of Vandersloot. The point guard,...