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  • 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...
  • Chris Bosh to defend title in Shooting Stars event during All-Star Weekend

    Chris Bosh to defend title in Shooting Stars event during All-Star Weekend
    Chris Bosh's dream of a three-peat remains alive after all. Denied a third consecutive championship last June when the Miami Heat fell in the NBA Finals, Bosh has been selected to again compete in the NBA's Shooting Stars competition during All-Star...
  • Geno Offers Friendly Warning To Taurasi

      Geno Auriemma believes Diana Taurasi’s decision to sit out the 2015 WNBA season, on behalf of her Russian team who will pay her not to play, might not bode well for the WNBA. He believes it could begin a trend that might spread to include other...
  • Former UConn Star Taurasi Won't Play In WNBA This Season

    Former UConn Star Taurasi Won't Play In WNBA This Season
    PHOENIX (AP) - The toll of playing year-round basketball finally caught up with Phoenix Mercury star Diana Taurasi. Less than a year after leading the Mercury to their third WNBA title, Taurasi announced Tuesday that she will skip the WNBA season this...
  • Stokes vs. Elizabeth Williams

    Gail Goestenkors, the former coach at Duke and Texas, is now an assistant with the WNBA's Indiana Fever after spending part of last season on Carol Ross' staff in Los Angeles. Goestenkors worked Sunday's game with Pam Ward on ESPN2 and before the game I...
  • Sun's Ogwumike Has Surgery, Will Miss Part Of Season

    Sun's Ogwumike Has Surgery, Will Miss Part Of Season
    Connecticut Sun forward Chiney Ogwumike underwent microfracture surgery Thursday on her right knee and will miss at least part of the WNBA season. Ogwumike is expected to make a full recovery after a rehabilitation period of about six months. Typical...
  • They grow up so fast: Sky no pushover 10 years in

    They grow up so fast: Sky no pushover 10 years in
    Michael Alter had a "Field of Dreams" moment about a decade ago. The suburban Wilmette native was invited to an event by law school classmate Adam Silver—yes, the current NBA commissioner—involving WNBA players, and he was hooked almost...
  • UConn Women's Insider: Catching Up With Kelly Faris

    UConn Women's Insider: Catching Up With Kelly Faris
    Moments before the start of Sunday's game at Cincinnati, Geno Auriemma looked into the stands behind his bench and waved to one of his all-time favorite players, a kid who willingly gave him more than he could possibly have expected during her career....
  • Fever's Goestenkors Likes What She Sees In Stokes, KML

    Fever's Goestenkors Likes What She Sees In Stokes, KML
    HARTFORD — Gail Goestenkors, the former coach at Duke and Texas, has an advantage many WNBA assistant coaches do not in the months preceding April's draft. Now an assistant with the Indiana Fever, she has the chance to study and talk about...
  • Led By Stokes, Huskies Roll Past East Carolina, 87-32

    Led By Stokes, Huskies Roll Past East Carolina, 87-32
    HARTFORD — On the day that the texture of the WNBA draft was changed by a trade, so might have been the list of players picked high in the first round. Early Wednesday, the Connecticut Sun traded the third overall pick — and Renee Mongtomery...
  • Sun Ship Montgomery To Seattle For Little, Stricklen

    Sun Ship Montgomery To Seattle For Little, Stricklen
    By the time the Connecticut Sun determined that Chiney Ogwumike, the 2014 WNBA rookie of the year and their leading scorer and rebounder, would miss the first half of the coming season after knee surgery, the entire dynamic of their offseason had...