ACS Sepsi-SIC, DVTK Hun-Therm and BC Polkowice complete the top 16 teams that will square off in the 2023-24 EuroLeague regular season.
To celebrate Breanna Stewart winning her second MVP, BreakingT introduces two new Stewie shirts.
The home teams took care of business in Game 2 of the WNBA semifinals.
In her first season with the New York Liberty, Breanna Stewart won the 2023 KIA WNBA Most Valuable Player award, the second MVP honor of her seven-year career.
The Las Vegas Aces opened their semifinals series against the Dallas Wings with an impressive victory, highlighted by efficient 3-point shooting and a dominant individual performance from A’ja Wilson. The Wings have work to do on the boards and in the paint in Game 2.
After a surprising win in Game 1 by the No. 3 seed Connecticut Sun, the No. 2 seed New York Liberty must even the series before the series shifts to Connecticut.
With an intense defensive effort, the No. 3 seed Connecticut Sun upset the No. 2 seed New York Liberty. The No. 1 seed Las Vegas Aces took care of business against the No. 4 seed Dallas Wings due to a(nother) A’ja Wilson masterpiece.
It was a week of honors in women’s college hoops. While Iowa’s Caitlin Clark won the Sullivan Award, Teresa Weatherspoon and Kim Mullkey were honored with statues at Louisiana Tech.
It’s been another successful season for the Connecticut Sun, who finished third in the WNBA standings. That success eluded them against the second-seeded New York Liberty, however, who they’ll meet in the 2023 WNBA semifinals; New York won all four of its regular-season matchups against Connecticut.
The three Wednesday EuroLeague Women Qualifiers were more than just an appetizer before the start of the most prestigious women’s basketball competition in Europe.
Which dynamic duo will play a bigger role: the Sun’s Alyssa Thomas and DeWanna Bonner or the Lynx’s Napheesa Collier and Kayla McBride? Whichever pairing plays best likely will determine if No. 3 seed Connecticut or No. 6 seed Minnesota advances to the semifinals.
While the New York Liberty needed overtime, the Dallas Wings cruised to victory, with both teams securing two-game first-round sweeps and advancing to the semifinals.
Young stars Rhyne Howard and Satou Sabally both played historically well in Game 1 of the playoff series between the No. 5 seed Atlanta Dream and the No. 4 seed Dallas Wings, though the Wings otherwise looked like the more complete team. Atlanta will need more efficient scoring from its frontcourt in order to stay alive in the series.
The No. 8 seed Sky will have to win over the No. 1 seed Aces in Vegas to force a Game 3 back in Chicago.
While most recent women’s hoops news highlights the celebratory-worthy growth of women’s basketball, other items distressingly remind of the scourge of domestic violence in sports.
The No. 2 seed Liberty and No. 4 seed Wings both used big second quarters to get Game 1 victories.
The No. 7 seed Washington Mystics have the potential to do the impossible and upset the No. 2 seed New York Liberty. Can the Mystics get it done or will the Liberty establish dominance?
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