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Dishin & Swishin 07/10/14 Podcast: The Roundtable Returns! A look at the first part of the WNBA season

Dishin & Swishin 07/10/14 Podcast: The Roundtable Returns! A look at the first part of the WNBA season

[display_podcast] The roundtable is back! Dishin & Swishin host David Siegel convenes a new roundtable discussion on the first part of the WNBA season, including the successes and failures, surprises and impressions, All-Star selections and so much more. Today’s panel consists…

A Dishin & Swishin Q&A Session: Crystal Langhorne looks to keep the Storm rolling in LJ’s absence

A Dishin & Swishin Q&A Session: Crystal Langhorne looks to keep the Storm rolling in LJ’s absence

For Seattle Storm fans, this season was supposed to reward their patience with the return of both of their WNBA all-time greats, Sue Bird and Lauren Jackson. They are getting half of that combination, with Jackson sitting out the WNBA…

Dishin & Swishin 1/09/14 Podcast: Seattle Storm’s Karen Bryant set the bar high for WNBA executives

Dishin & Swishin 1/09/14 Podcast: Seattle Storm’s Karen Bryant set the bar high for WNBA executives

[display_podcast] Karen Bryant is a women’s basketballaholic, and proud of it. From her days as a player, making it to the Elite Eight for the University of Washington, through the rise and fall of the ABL and the Seattle Reign,…

Dishin & Swishin 10/17/13 Podcast: Women’s National Team Director Carol Callan looks at the past, present and future of USA Basketball

Dishin & Swishin 10/17/13 Podcast: Women’s National Team Director Carol Callan looks at the past, present and future of USA Basketball

[display_podcast] The WNBA season is in the books and NCAA teams are practicing for the upcoming season. With the lull in the action, it seemed like a great time this week to catch up with Carol Callan, the Director of…

Dishin & Swishin 8/15/13 Podcast: Is Brian Agler the WNBA Coach of the Year?

Dishin & Swishin 8/15/13 Podcast: Is Brian Agler the WNBA Coach of the Year?

[display_podcast] The winner of the WNBA’s Coach of the Year award usually resides at the top of their conference. In fact, the last coach to win the award who did not come from a first or second place team was…

Dishin & Swishin 7/11/13 Podcast: Looking at the WNBA season to date with the returning roundtable

Dishin & Swishin 7/11/13 Podcast: Looking at the WNBA season to date with the returning roundtable

[display_podcast] It has been a hot, crazy summer in the WNBA, and it is only July 11! Blow out games, blown out knees, standout performances, startling behavior, returns and departures, where does one begin to discuss what has been happening?…

Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird to miss the 2013 WNBA season

With Lauren Jackson missing the upcoming season, Ann Wauters not returning and Katie Smith going to New York, Seattle loses another veteran with the announcement that point guard Sue Bird will not play during the 2013 season after surgery on…

Dishin & Swishin 8/30/12 Podcast: Guard play dominating in the West; Sue Bird & Alana Beard ready their teams for the postseason

Dishin & Swishin 8/30/12 Podcast: Guard play dominating in the West; Sue Bird & Alana Beard ready their teams for the postseason

Connecticut and U.S. senior national team coach Geno Auriemma has always been fond of saying that guard play is the key to winning championships. In the WNBA Western Conference, guard play is outstanding for the four teams that will most…

Dishin & Swishin 8/15/12 Podcast: A Roundtable recap of the Olympics and preview of the returning WNBA season

Dishin & Swishin 8/15/12 Podcast: A Roundtable recap of the Olympics and preview of the returning WNBA season

[display_podcast] I’m so psyched for the return of the WNBA this week that we are not even going to wait until Thursday for this week’s Dishin & Swishin podcast! The roundtable is back this week! ESPN’s Mechelle Voepel, Washington Mystics…

Camille rising: Little makes herself a factor in Storm defeat of Sun in overtime

Camille rising: Little makes herself a factor in Storm defeat of Sun in overtime

UNCASVILLE, Conn. – Camille Little was on the court shooting jump shots with assistant coach Jenny Boucek for about forty-five minutes prior to Sunday’s Seattle Storm road game at Mohegan Sun Arena against the Connecticut Sun. The Storm were coming…

The Seattle Storm signs Svetlana Abrosimova

Svetlana Abrosimova, a former Connecticut star and member of the Seattle Storm’s 2010 championship team did not get picked by her home country to play in the 2012 Olympics but will play this summer in the WNBA. The Storm signed…

Stags no match for Huskies as UConn prepares for conference play

The last time the UConn women's basketball team played Fairfield University the Huskies defeated the Stags 93-50. The date was November 9, 2001 and that UConn team rolled to a 39-0 season that was commemorated with their addition to the…

Video: UConn 2002 NCAA National Championship team inducted into Huskies of Honor

Video: UConn 2002 NCAA National Championship team inducted into Huskies of Honor

Storm guard Sue Bird underwent successful surgery on right hip

From the Storm: Seattle Storm point guard Sue Bird underwent successful surgery to repair the labrum in her right hip, the team announced today. The surgery took place Tuesday morning, Sept. 27, at the Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colo. and…

Ruth Riley (San Antonio) and Sue Bird (Seattle) are co-winners of the 2011 WNBA Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award

From the league: Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird and San Antonio Silver Stars forward-center Ruth Riley were named the recipients of the 2011 Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award, the WNBA announced today.  The first-time winners of Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award each…

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 performance of 22 points, six rebounds and four assists. She was selected as the game’s MVP. The West broke the…

Starting lineups announced for WNBA All-Star Game, Tamika Catchings tops balloting

Tamika Catchings received the most votes (94,316) in WNBA All-Star Balloting. It was the second time the Indiana Fever guard led in voting, having also earned the honor in 2006. San Antonio Silver Stars guard Becky Hammon (88,991), Seattle Storm…