Let's get right to them:
The USA Basketball women's national team training camp roster was announced - There will also be two scrimmage games on the East Coast. And both games will be on ESPN2. Great for the fans.
WNBA Playoff Links
How the Minnesota Lynx beat the San Antonio Stars in the first round - Lindsay Whalen. Case closed.
SB Nation's Bright Side of the Sun has a preview on the Western Conference Finals between the Phoenix Mercury and the Minnesota Lynx - Click to read more.
We had a chance to talk to Chicago Sky guard Allie Quigley on her Sixth Woman of the Year Award, the playoffs, and much more. - A lot of great stuff here.
Aaron Fischman has some postgame notes from Sunday's Sparks-Mercury game - read what Sandy Brondello and Penny Toler had to say here.
Other WNBA Links
SB Nation's Canis Hoopus has a feature on why WNBA players are so cool - and this story actually involves the Chicago Sky, not the Minnesota Lynx. Check it out.
And even more links
Tennessee Lady Vols player Mercedes Russell Redshirts due to foot injury - Read more on the impact this will have on the Lady Vols from SB Nation's Rocky Top Talk.
There are many WNBA fans who believe that Bill Laimbeer should be terminated. However, ESPN's Kate Fagan would disagree with you - click here to read why.
Monique Currie has a public exit interview with Monumental Network's Dan Nolan - If you can't see the embed below, click on the link. Otherwise, it's below. Currie says she'll be overseas and try to be better next summer.
The Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in Prince George's County, Maryland will have the Hoop It Up Nationals, for 3x3 basketball and FIBA Americas U18 Championships for 3x3 as well - Yes, you can sign up to play in the tournament. But don't take my word for it. Bria Hartley can tell you more about it below, or click the link.
And finally, I haven't changed my stance on her play, despite all the grief I have received for "The Crossover" from folks online, and even from Swish Appeal...
So @aleeinthedmv has hyped @Breezyyy14's crossover a lot. But has he now changed his stance? http://t.co/R0iPIXWjdI pic.twitter.com/ovxVMjTier— Swish Appeal (@SwishAppeal) August 25, 2014
All that said, I'll admit that Latta's move made me fall out of my seat when I first got to see it. And I was quick to point that out too.
I'll also say this for the third time. There really needs to be some dribbling skills combination between Hartley, Latta, and the Wizards' starting backcourt. Alternatively, If you put those four on a co-ed skills team during NBA All-Star Saturday, that team may very well be a runaway favorite!
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