/ Oct 22, 2012 / 4:30 pm
You may have turned on the T.V. in 1997 to see if professional women’s basketball could actually work in America. From then on, you might have found yourself scrolling through the channels forgetting that a league still existed.
You knew of Diana Taurasi. You knew of Candace Parker, but you probably characterized them as exceptions – not indicative of the level of play of the league as a whole. Even before that, every guy knew who Chamique Holdsclaw was. Read More »
Last night marked the 15th anniversary of the WNBA’s first game, a match between the Los Angeles Sparks and New York Liberty on June 21, 1997. To honor the historic date, Nike created a special Sparks colorway of the Nike Zoom Hyperfuse 2011 for their players and courtside fans to wear during their 96-91 victory at home. Check ‘em out: Read More »
/ Apr 10, 2009 / 11:38 am
By now you’re familiar with our “Pass the Mic” series – a feature where he give the pen and pad to some of our best readers to let them drop knowledge on the game we love. We’ve had previous posts on everything from game-saving rule changes to essays on how money is ruining the world’s greatest game to how to get your girl to love the NBA.
Today we’re turning the space over to Lamar Carter, one of our best Ballers Network Brand Ambassadors and a manager for the Big East Ballers (the women’s champion at the West 4th Street Pro Classic), to recap yesterday’s WNBA Draft. Read More »