Tom Cruise is watching the 2015 NCAA Women's Final Four


He feels the need. The need for speed! Great to see that Maverick's in town. I love Top Gun by the way.


Liberty sign Wright, Swords and Allen

NY Liberty have signed guard Tanisha Wright, center Carolyn Swords and forward Rebecca Allen. New York now features one of the toughest backcourts in the WNBA with the addition of Wright. Seattle now has another open roster spot to fill with the loss of another champion and fan favorite player

Photo: Oklahoma vs. Gonzaga (via Troy Littledeer)


A photo from Oklahoma's 82-78 win in Preseason WNIT. For more on the game, check out the recap at SB Nation's Crimson & Cream Machine.

Infographic: Riquna Williams scores WNBA-record 51 in Tulsa win


An infographic that gives an idea of just how big Williams' night was compared to her career averages. For more on the game, check out the recap at Silver Star Stream.

Photo: Liz Cambage defended by Tamika Catchings in Tulsa's 71-60 loss

Photo by @TroyLittledeer. The Indiana Fever get back on track after a brief setback against with a 71-60 road win over the Tulsa Shock. Shock center Liz Cambage had 13 points on 5-for-6 shooting but Tulsa only shot 36.4% as a team.

Photo: Skylar Diggins driving against Nneka Ogwumike in Tulsa's 94-78 home loss


The Tulsa Shock took a rough home loss on national television tonight. Rookie Skylar Diggins finished with a team-high 19 points on 7-for-13 shooting (click here for the full boxscore). To discuss the game, visit the game thread.

Photo: Johnson defending Delle Donne in Tulsa's 83-74 win

(Photo by Troy Littledeer) The Tulsa Shock defeated the Chicago Sky today, in part by holding rookie Elena Delle Donne to 14 points on 4-for-12 shooting. Glory Johnson recorded a double-double with 14 points and a team-high 10 rebounds. Epiphanny Prince returned for the Sky, matching Delle Donne with 4-for-12 shooting. Click here for the full boxscore.

Tulsa drops overtime game to Phoenix, 108-103

(Photo by Troy Littledeer) The 2013 WNBA Draft's #3 pick Skylar Diggins faced #1 pick Brittney Griner for the first time in the WNBA today. For Diggins, the meeting of two top WNBA picks was bittersweet. On the one hand, she had an excellent game individually with a team-high 8 assists and just one turnover to go with 22 points. On the other hand, the Shock managed to lose in over time for the fourth time in 8 games. For more photos, visit Littledeer's gallery on Instagram. Click here for's box score and game story.

Whalen helps Minnesota beat Tulsa, 83-74

(Photo by Troy Littledeer) The Minnesota Lynx defeated the Tulsa Shock 83-74 with the help of Lindsay Whalen, who finished the game with 17 points and (strangely) only one assist. For more on the game, visit Tulsa World reporter Mike Brown's recap.

Jenny Ryan + Wolverines Trooper + Rachel Sheffer = The Leaders and Best In the words of the...


Jenny Ryan + Wolverines Trooper + Rachel Sheffer = The Leaders and Best In the words of the esteemed Wolverines Trooper, "Long live the ]\/[pire!!!" HAIL.