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 […]

Allie Quigley Stuns WNBA In Three-Point Contest

July 29, 2018 0

By Jeffrey Newholm All-Star games are usually tiring affairs. Players go through half-motions, especially on defense, and the game feels very soft. Saturday’s WNBA All-Star game in Minneapolis was a familiar experience. The league tried […]

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 hit it of course, because then it’s you who wins the game. People sure like to take credit for […]

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 Semifinals Preview

September 27, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm Wednesday the WNBA moves into its new best-of-five semifinal series. The Minnesota Lynx and Phoenix Mercury meet up in one matchup, and the Los Angeles Sparks and Chicago Sky square off in […]

WNBA Playoff Second Round Preview

September 23, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm The WNBA playoffs got off to a relatively quiet start Wednesday with two single elimination games. The Phoenix Mercury eliminated the Indiana Fever 89-78, and in the process ended the career of […]

WNBA: A Fan’s Perspective

September 5, 2016 0

By: Jeffrey Newholm One of the more cliched and well-worn philosophical questions is: if a tree fell in the forest and no one was around to hear it, would it make a sound? Well today […]