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Dishin & Swishin November 10, 2011 Podcast: Familiar faces, different places – Kevin McGuff, Joanne Boyle & Joy Cheek take on new challenges

Finally, it is time for the start of the regular season of NCAA women’s basketball. Of course, behind the scenes, a lot has been going on since the end of last year. Graduation took players like Maya Moore, Courtney Vandersloot…

With Portugal’s basketball legacy on her shoulders, Ticha Penicheiro “humbled” by WNBA Top 15 honor

Ticha Penicheiro receives her award for being named one of the top 15 players in WNBA history from league president Laurel Richie during halftime of the WNBA All-Star game. Out of the list of players named as the top 15…

Looking back at the All-Star Game – Slideshow and Coverage

Photos: © Full Court Press/Lee Michaelson Expand Slideshow to Full Screen San Antonio earns rave review as WNBA host – San Antonio Express News East takes All-Star game, festivities a success under the reign of Laurel Richie Hoopfeed.com Attendance numbers…

Attendance numbers and MVPs in WNBA All-Star Game history

AT&T Center in San Antonio during the 2011 WNBA All-Star game. Washington, D.C.-hosted WNBA All-Star games lead the league in attendance with two sellouts both times (2002 and 2007) the ownership of the home team Mystics planned the event. According…

East takes All-Star game, festivities a success under the reign of Laurel Richie

Swin Cash receives the MVP award from Laurel Richie SAN ANTONIO – The last time the WNBA All-Star weekend featured an East vs. West contest was in 2009 at Mohegan Sun Arena. The West won that contest 130-118 but this…

WNBA announces “Top 15 Players of All Time”

The WNBA honored the most influential players since its inception in 1997, and announced today the Top 15 Players of all time during halftime of the All-Star game in San Antonio. The list: Sue Bird,  Seattle Storm (2002-Current) Tamika Catchings,…

Video: Rookies to vets express excitement at attending All-Star game

Angel McCoughtry, Forward, Atlanta Dream Penny Taylor, Forward, Phoenix Mercury Elizabeth Cambage, Center, Tulsa Shock (Rookie) Danielle Adams, Forward, San Antonio Silver Stars (Rookie)

Liz Cambage to replace injured Candace Parker in All-Star Game

Tulsa Shock rookie center Liz Cambage will take the roster spot of injured Los Angeles Sparks center Candace Parker on the Western Conference roster of the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game the league announced today. Parker was voted to the game…

Reserves announced for 2011 WNBA All-Star Game

Two players from the host team of the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game are among the 12 reserves selected by coaches to participate in the event on Saturday, July 23. San Antonio Silver Stars guard Becky Hammon and forward Danielle Adams…

Voting complete, WNBA All-Star Starters Announced

The Indiana Fever’s Tamika Catchings led all vote-getters in balloting for the 2011 WNBA All-Star game with 32,706 votes. Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird (25,077), the second leading vote-getter, led the Western Conference. The league announced the results of the…