2019 WNBA Finals: Mystics Pray for Sunset

September 28, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm After a mostly predictable playoff, top seeds Washington and Connecticut advanced to the 2019 WNBA Finals, tipping off Sunday. Both teams seek their first title in a matchup of Washington’s MVP, Elena […]

WNBA Wednesday: Playoff First Round

September 9, 2019 2

It’s too bad NFL football is only on Sunday Sunday and Monday Sunday, Monday, Thursday, and sometimes Saturday. But what about Wednesday? No worries, because the ladies will come to the rescue. Two win-or-go-home first-round […]

WNBA Sky Thrive in Basketball Underground

September 2, 2019 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Chicago is home of several of the country’s best sports teams. From the Blackhawks to the Bears, and the Sky; wait, the who? With the Bulls penned into a dirty sty, the […]

WNBA Race: Three Teams Battle For First

August 4, 2019 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Nothing’s better in baseball than a pennant chase. But with the Yankees, Astros, and Dodgers so far ahead, baseball isn’t as exciting this season. Not to worry, as the top three WNBA […]

Arike Ogunbowale Soars To WNBA

May 27, 2019 0

What comes to mind with the word “Wings?” Buffalo Wild Wings? Not bad. The West Wing? A decent show. But the REAL Wings are WNBA’s Dallas Wings, and with Notre Dame star Arike Ogunbowale, Dallas […]

WNBA 2019: Three Reasons To Watch

May 19, 2019 0

Sigh. Basketball season is almost over with the NBA finals soon to begin. Not! For all those Warriors and Bucks bandwagoners, there’s a new bandwagon hurdling over cynics: the WNBA 2019 express. As Austin Powers […]

2019 WNBA Draft Observations

April 11, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm One shining moment sounds like a bit of a downer. What, only one moment? Thankfully for the 12 very talented young women taken in the WNBA draft first round, there’s plenty more […]

Maya Moore Sits Out 2019

February 5, 2019 2

By Jeffrey Newholm With the Super Bowl rather dull, headlines before and after the Big Game focused on big NBA stories. But no sooner had Greg Zuerlein’s kick sailed wide than Maya Moore, four-time WNBA […]

WNBA Free Agency Update

January 28, 2019 0

By Jeffrey Newholm With the WNBA collective bargaining agreement expiring after 2019, some opined the free agency period would be rather quiet this winter. However, two disgruntled stars suddenly provided drama very quickly. Six teams […]

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