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    Cappie Pondexter Interview

    On April 16th, 2019, Cappie Pondexter announced her retirement on Instagram, according to ESPN’s Mechelle Voepel. The former Finals MVP won two championships as a member of the Phoenix Mercury alongside Diana Taurasi and won a gold model in 2008.  The Mercury drafted Pondexter with the second pick in the 2006 WNBA draft. During the […] More

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    Tiffany Bias Interview

    Former WNBA Champion Tiffany Bias spent two years away from the WNBA, but during the offseason, The New York Liberty signed her to a training camp contract on April 18.  Bias was able to make it through training camp and landed a roster with the Liberty on May 23.  This season she averaged 2.1 points […] More

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    Los Angeles Sparks Sign Tierra Ruffin-Pratt

    LOS ANGELES (Feb. 13, 2019) – Sparks Executive Vice President and General Manager Penny Toler announced today the signing of guard/forward Tierra Ruffin-Pratt. She comes to Los Angeles after playing six seasons for the Washington Mystics. “I’m thrilled to have Tierra Ruffin-Pratt join the Sparks family,” Toler said. “Tierra has a track record of being a hard […] More

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    Nuggets Hire Sue Bird To Front Office Position, She Will Continue Playing In The WNBA

    Three-time WNBA champion and the league’s all-time assist leader Sue Bird was introduced Friday as a basketball operations associate with Denver Nuggets.  Bird was not looking to get into NBA management when Nuggets president of basketball operations, Tim Connelly,  reached out this fall, which she stated was a “perfect match” that aligned with her future goals. […] More

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    Washington Mystics All Star Elena Delle Donne Says LeBron Opening His I Promise School “It’s Amazing”

    Last week three-time NBA Champion LeBron James finally opened his I Promise School in his hometown of Akon Ohio.  The elementary will address at-risk kids. The grade levels will start at second grade through fourth and plan to expand in the future. Again, it will target and educate students from challenging backgrounds.   The jitters before the […] More

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    Future Hall of Famer Sue Bird Becomes The All Time Assists Leader in WNBA History

      A look at HISTORY! ? @S10Bird is the @WNBA‘s ALL-TIME assist leader. ?? pic.twitter.com/JZAZs1ZR5B — Seattle Storm (@seattlestorm) September 1, 2017 Seattle Storm’s future Hall of Famer Sue Bird takes her place as the All-Time Assists leader passes Tisha Penicheiro. Penicheiro retired in five years ago in 2012 and had been the assists leader with […] More