Chicago Sky: Genuine Summer Ball

July 8, 2018 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Dumpsters agree. Gasoline agrees. Matches and lighters agree: When it comes to key players changing teams, basketball is more than “just a game”. In fact the last time the Lakers won the […]

Diamond DeShields Shines in WNBA

May 26, 2018 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm What’s better: to hit the winning shot, or pass it to the shooter? Why to hit it of course, because then it’s you who wins the game. People sure like to take credit […]

WNBA All Day: Different Shades of Gray

May 22, 2018 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Sunday all 12 WNBA teams played in a 10 hour marathon of hoops to help tip-off the women’s hoops season. The showcase game pitted defending champion Minnesota with two time defending finalist […]

The WNBA Is Coming In Hot In 2018

May 19, 2018 0

With the way the WNBA season began last night, it’s clear that they’re coming in hot this year. The Association saw Skylar Diggins-Smith drop dimes, as well as Diana Taurasi joining Steph Curry, Dame Lillard, […]

WNBA Preview

May 18, 2018 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Some girls dream about being a CEO. Some dream about being a princess or actress. But no one would dream of hitting a Final Four shot to end a team’s 111 game […]

WNBA Draft Recap

April 15, 2018 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm “In the blinking of an eye, Ah, that moment’s gone, And when it’s done, Win or lose, You always did your best”. These words are familiar to any college basketball fan. However, […]

WNBA Finals Game 5 Preview

October 4, 2017 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm WNBA Finals, The Crown Still Awaits A Claim. ​Early on in English classes, students are taught that every story needs a plot, a “so what?” If there isn’t some sort of takeaway […]

WNBA Finals Preview: Titans Clash

September 22, 2017 0

Jeffrey Newholm Two weeks into the 2016 WNBA season, it was clear that the Minnesota Lynx and L.A. Sparks were quite far ahead of the rest of the league, and sure enough, the two teams […]

Chicago Sky: A New Dawn

September 5, 2017 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Back in February, I was among the many who severely doubted the Sky’s ability to be competitive in the short term without Elena Delle Donne, or even in the long term with […]

Between The Lines-In Defense Of Candid Coaching

August 14, 2017 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm “I am grateful for the passion and commitment Jenny has demonstrated throughout her time with the Seattle Storm.” This is the recent seeming vote of confidence of Storm President Alisha Valvanis gave […]

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