With the victory by South Korea's Jiyai Shin in the Women's British Open, Asian players have won all four majors for the first time in LPGA history.
The red-hot, upstart Dream, who are only in their third season, face favorite Seattle, which has been the league's best team all summer, in the WNBA finals.
Parity in the East is so strong that even little winning streaks aren't enough to give teams an upper hand. But in the West, Seattle is still the gold standard, despite a two-game skid.
Though the front-runners in both the SEC and Big Ten tournaments are no surprise, the conference tournaments remain very compelling as teams get one last chance to prove they deserve an NCAA bid.
Tennessee hasn't won since '98. UConn hasn't won in (gasp!) 19 months. Are we headed for a dynasty-free era?
Parity means anybody can get stung. So why do coaches sometimes think their team just needs more motivation?
When discussing parity, is it a bad thing that UConn and Tennessee are back at the Final Four again?