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#LifeAfterWNBA: Where Are They Now? Simone Edwards interviews Rebecca Lobo

Former WNBA player and Seattle Storm original Simone Edwards is writing a column series this summer on the lives of former players in the league. For more on Edwards, check ...

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Bonus! Dishin & Swishin 4/08/16 Podcast: ESPN’s Kevin Negandhi helps put a wrap on the college basketball season

Click here to subscribe to the podcast with your feed reader or podcast app: j.mp/dishinpodcast. Available on iTunes, Google Play Music Podcasts, Player FM, Acast ...

A Dishin & Swishin Special Edition: UConn versus Tennessee, a series that was Unrivaled

  They are the two most recognized teams in women's college basketball. Their worlds collided and created an unprecedented rivalry and series ...
Rebecca Lobo and Ryan Ruocco. Photo: ESPN.

Dishin & Swishin 2014 WNBA Finals Podcast: ESPN’s Ryan Ruocco on covering the WNBA, the series and more

In the opinion of many ardent (and hard to please) WNBA fans, ESPN has assembled the best announcing team in recent ...

Dishin & Swishin 03/27/14: Get ready for the Sweet Sixteen with our previous podcasts and Q&A sessions

March Madness is nearing its close and the NCAA tournament is down to the Sweet Sixteen. By this time next week, ...

Dishin & Swishin 12/26/13 Podcast: Lin Dunn & Rebecca Lobo on the UConn dilemma: Is dominance good for the game?

Happy Day-After-Christmas everyone! We hope you had a wonderful holiday, full of family, friends and fun! For the final podcast of 2013, ...

Connecticut Sun reach broadcast deal; Lobo, Rizzotti & Wolters to do commentary

CPTV (Connecticut Public Television) may have lost broadcast rights for UConn women's basketball for their main CPTV station, but they have ...

2012 Naismith Hall of Fame nominees include Azzi, Lobo, McClain and Weatherspoon

Women included in the 2012 Naismith Hall of Fame nominees include Jennifer Azzi, Rebecca Lobo (contributor category), Katrina McClain and Teresa ...

The West breaks the East’s two-game winning streak in 2009 WNBA All-Star game

In the highest scoring game in WNBA All-Star history, the West beat the East 130-118 led by Swin Cash’s record ...


 

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