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  1. This Day In Sports: Score A "W" For The NBA

    Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images April 24, 1996: Coming off the much-publicized gold medal run for women's basketball in the 1996 Summer Olympics, the NBA Board of Governors approved the concept of a national women's basketball association. ...

    Blog | April 24, 2010
  2. Special trio among seven original players left

    Just seven original players remain as the WNBA turns 10 this summer. But three of them really stand out.

    Story | Conversation | May 22, 2006
  3. Gay administrator knows pros, cons of coming out

    Pat Forde

    A high-ranking Division I administrator says that for gay men in athletics, the closet remains very, very deep.

    Story | Conversation | October 28, 2005
  4. Daily Quickie

    Dan Shanoff on the White Sox, Virginia Tech, Coach K, Sheryl Swoopes, the new-look Bucks, the new-look Big East and Halloween.

  5. Daily Quickie

    Dan Shanoff on the White Sox, the Black Sox, the Astros' roof, Sheryl Swoopes, Theo Epstein, NBA predictions, Wellington Mara and more.

  6. Sheryl Swoopes is Out of the Closet UPDATED

    Henry Abbott

    I'm always thrilled to see people doing things with pride. This is an important step, and I assume there will be many more professional athletes to follow in the years ahead. DeadSpin is dead right in wondering how the WNBA will handle this: Remembe...

    Blog | October 26, 2005
  7. Three-time MVP 'tired of having to hide my feelings'

    LZ Granderson

    Sheryl Swoopes told ESPN The Magazine that she's gay. "I'm a firm believer that when you fall in love with somebody, you can't control that," she said.

    Story | Conversation | October 25, 2005
  8. What a difference a decade makes

    Mechelle Voepel

    Women's hoops has come a long way since '92. Dawn Staley, Lisa Leslie and Sheryl Swoopes have been there from the start.

    Story | Conversation | July 15, 2004
  9. L.A. looking over shoulder as sixth season opens

    Melissa Murphy

    The WNBA begins its sixth season with Los Angeles trying to hold off the rejuvenated four-time champion Comets.

    Story | Conversation | May 23, 2002