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The Atlanta Dream suspends Angel McCoughtry indefinitely

The Atlanta Dream suspends Angel McCoughtry indefinitely

After a tumultuous week, the Atlanta Dream suspended starting forward Angel McCoughtry for an indefinite period for violating team rules. Monday, team owners fired head coach and general manager Marynell Meadors and promoted assistant coach Fred Williams. McCoughtry received word of…

Atlanta Dream fires head coach/GM Marynell Meadors, assistant coach Fred Williams promoted

Atlanta Dream fires head coach/GM Marynell Meadors, assistant coach Fred Williams promoted

@marynellmeaders gets fired atlanta owners cave in inmate in charge #coachingisaBitch — Geno Auriemma (@genoauriemma) August 27, 2012 Monday afternoon Connecticut and U.S. senior national team coach Geno Auriemma broke the news via Twitter that the Atlanta Dream fired head…

Dishin & Swishin October 13, 2011 Podcast: Chasing the Dream – Mike Thibault and Pokey Chatman Discuss Their Teams

Pokey Chatman and the Chicago Sky [display_podcast] The WNBA season is in the books and the Minnesota Lynx completed their impressive run with a sweep of the Atlanta Dream in the WNBA finals. For the second straight year, Marynell Meadors’…

Seimone Augustus propels her team to victory, works past fatigue to give Lynx 2-0 series lead

Box score MINNEAPOLIS – Even with starting center Erika de Souza back in the lineup, the Atlanta Dream did not have enough stamina and firepower down the stretch to overcome a tenacious Minnesota Lynx in Game 2 of the WNBA…

WNBA Finals Game One Notes and Quotes: Atlanta Dream

Notes Angel McCoughtry set a WNBA Finals record for points in a quarter with 19 in the third. The previous record was 14 set by the Phoenix Mercury’s Diana Taurasi in Detroit on September 8, 2007. McCoughtry finished with 33…

Angel McCoughtry expected to be named Rookie of the Year, Meadors to get coach award

Former Louisville star Angel McCoughtry will be named  2009 WNBA Rookie of the Year and her Atlanta Dream coach Marynell Meadors, Coach of the Year, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The WNBA will announce the winners of the award Thursday…