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Dishin & Swishin in the year 2015: Looking back at the year in Women’s Basketball

Dishin & Swishin in the year 2015: Looking back at the year in Women’s Basketball

As we say goodbye to another calendar year and make resolutions for 2016, it seems like a good time to look back at what made 2015 a great year for women’s basketball. It was also the year that Dishin &…

Dishin & Swishin 12/10/15 Podcast: Miami leads group of upstarts changing the guard in the ACC

Dishin & Swishin 12/10/15 Podcast: Miami leads group of upstarts changing the guard in the ACC

[display_podcast] Click here to subscribe to the podcast with your feed reader or podcast app: j.mp/dishinpodcast. Available on iTunes, Player FM, Acast (iOS, Android) and Podcast Addict (Android). Notre Dame, Duke, North Carolina, Louisville are the teams we expect to be at the top of the…

Dishin & Swishin 10/01/15 Podcast: Previewing the WNBA finals with Mike Thibault & Brian Agler

Dishin & Swishin 10/01/15 Podcast: Previewing the WNBA finals with Mike Thibault & Brian Agler

[display_podcast] Click here to subscribe to the podcast with your feed reader or podcast app: j.mp/dishinpodcast. Available on iTunes, Player FM, Acast (iOS, Android) and Podcast Addict (Android). When the WNBA season tipped off at the beginning of June, many people expected the Minnesota Lynx to…

Dishin & Swishin 07/29/15 Podcast: With Big Syl, the pressure is on the Lynx, and Maya Moore would not have it any other way

Dishin & Swishin 07/29/15 Podcast: With Big Syl, the pressure is on the Lynx, and Maya Moore would not have it any other way

[display_podcast] What a week to be Maya Moore! First, she drops 30 points in the All-Star game including eight in a row to lead the West to victory, earning Most Valuable Player. Follow that with the dropping of the first…

Transcript: WNBA president Laurel Richie meets the press at the 2015 All-Star game

Video of Richie’s opening comments THE MODERATOR:  Welcome everyone to Boost Mobile WNBA All?Star 2015, and WNBA president Laurel Richie. LAUREL RICHIE:  Good afternoon, everyone.  Welcome to 2015 WNBA All?Star presented by Boost Mobile.  We are thrilled to be back…

2015 All-Star weekend: Tulsa Shock move to Dallas is the buzz, players voice their opinions

2015 All-Star weekend: Tulsa Shock move to Dallas is the buzz, players voice their opinions

UNCASVILLE, Conn. –  As the best in the WNBA gather for the 2015 All-Star game, the surprising announcement of the Tulsa Shock moving to Dallas-Fort Worth (specifically Arlington) next year was the big news. This past Monday, the league’s owners…

Tamika Catchings looks back at an All-Star career and a future full of hope

Tamika Catchings looks back at an All-Star career and a future full of hope

Hanging out at #WNBAAllStar with @catchin24 pic.twitter.com/or88LFSDBU — WNBA (@WNBA) July 24, 2015 UNCASVILLE, Conn. – One of the greatest called it a career, as Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever played in what she says is her final WNBA All-Star game.…

West takes All-Star game behind Maya Moore’s fourth quarter burst, 117-112

West takes All-Star game behind Maya Moore’s fourth quarter burst, 117-112

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – In a highly entertaining game capped by an exciting fourth quarter, the West defeated the East 117-112 in the WNBA All-Star game at Mohegan Sun Arena in front of 8,214 fans. After trailing at the half, the West…

Connecticut Sun teammates Bone and Bentley share All-Star experience in front of home crowd

Hanging out at #WNBAAllStar with @kelseybone3 pic.twitter.com/pQgA2GPLWV — WNBA (@WNBA) July 24, 2015 UNCASVILLE, Conn. – With injuries to Chiney Ogwumike and Alison Hightower plus retirement from Katie Douglas, it did not take the most cynical of fans to think the Connecticut…

All-star game is special for veterans and first-time participants Pierson, Coleman, Bonner and Lavender

All-star game is special for veterans and first-time participants Pierson, Coleman, Bonner and Lavender

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Approximately one-third of the players in the 2015 WNBA All-star game are first time participants. As so-called young guns take a bigger place in the success of WNBA teams, it is not surprising to see second-year players…

2015 WNBA All-Star Notes

2015 WNBA All-Star Notes

Hanging out at #WNBAAllStar with @catchin24 pic.twitter.com/or88LFSDBU — WNBA (@WNBA) July 24, 2015 Rosters || WNBA All-Star Infographic || League statistical leaders || All-Stars on social media at Mohegan Sun || All-Star voting returns || All-Star Game history 2015 WNBA All-Star Game, 3:30 p.m.…

Injury replacements named for 2015 WNBA All-Star Game

Guards Kayla McBride of the San Antonio Stars and Riquna Williams of the Tulsa Shock along with center Jantel Lavender of the Los Angeles Sparks will fill the spots on the Western Conference roster vacated by Minnesota Lynx guards Seimone…

2015 WNBA All-Star Reserves Announced

2015 WNBA All-Star Reserves Announced

Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm was named an All-Star for the ninth time and Cappie Pondexter of the Chicago Sky earned her seventh honor, the WNBA announced today. In addition, seven other reserves chosen by the league’s head coaches…

Starting lineups for the 2015 WNBA All-Star Game announced

Elena Delle Donne of the Chicago Sky, who is on pace to set the WNBA single-season record for scoring average, finished as the top vote-getter in 2015 WNBA All-Star Balloting the league announced Wednesday. Delle Donne (25.8 ppg) garnered 18,034 votes to…