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    WNBA Insider Khristina Williams Reveals Early Career Challenges

    The WNBA has seen record-breaking numbers this season. In April, during the draft, there was a 123 percent increase, according to Heavy’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Per Robinson, the 2020 WNBA Draft amassed 6.5 million video views and 1.3 million minutes watched. Robinson sat down with WNBA Insider and CEO of Girls Talk Sports TV, […] More

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    Sue Bird Sends Her Condolences to John Thompson’s Family

    Last week, the world lost another legend when it was announced that Georgetown men’s basketball head coach John Thompson is dead at 78 years old. According to his family, Thompson was the first Black basketball head coach to win the NCAA National Championship; he passed away in his home this past Sunday. “Thompson had been […] More

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    Nets Kyrie Irving’s Stance Comes Full Circle

    On Wednesday afternoon, the Milwaukee Bucks opted to boycott their game 5 playoff game against the Orlando Magic. The Bucks made the decision after Jacob Blake a Black man, was shot seven times trying to enter his SUV in Kenosha, Wisconsin by police officers. In the car were Blake’s kids aged three, five and eight, […] More

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    Storm Guards Sue Bird, Sami Whitcomb See A Lot Of Cappie Pondexter in Arike Ogunbowale’s Game

    Dallas Wings sophomore guard Arike Ogunbowale made a name for herself back in college at University of Notre Dame. After hitting a couple of clutch shots in the 2018 Final Four against University of Connecticut and then in the National Championship against Mississippi State University. When she enter the WNBA last season, she put the […] More

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    Sue Bird Selects Her 01-02 Senior Class To Face USC’s Legends

    Some of the greatest women to touch a basketball went to USC and UConn. Players such as Cheryl Miller, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Lisa Leslie, Tina Thompson, Pamela McGee, who were all Trojans went on into either the Women’s Hall of Fame or the Naismith Hall of Fame. The same could be said for the the University […] More

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    If USC Legends & UConn Legends Could Square Off “My Money Is On UConn,” Says Breanna Stewart

    The University of Southern California and the University of Connecticut have had some of the most decorated women the game of basketball has ever seen. USC has developed players such as Hall of Famers, Cheryl Miller, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Lisa Leslie, Tina Thompson, Women’s Hall of Famer Pamela McGee and Paula McGee. Meanwhile, the University of […] More

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    Sue Bird Sounds Off On How WNBA Players Can Be More Accessible

    Last August, Skylar Diggins-Smith would make headlines of her own when she spoke to Wealthsimple during their Money Diaries segment. Per Yahoo Sports “I’m the highest paid player on the Dallas Wings, and my salary is in the low six figures. [Harrison Barnes, the highest paid player on the Dallas Mavericks, made $24 million last season.] […] More

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