In two-plus WNBA seasons in Oklahoma, the Shock has won just 11 games combined. But with the addition this year of guard Temeka Johnson and, most recently, post player Courtney Paris, there is hope for Tulsa.
Kate Fagan has never been a fan of the WNBA, though she should fit right in with the league's demographic. In the first of a three-part series to educate herself on the league, Fagan realizes some of the its flaws are, in fact, strengths.
Samantha Prahalis, a 5-foot-7, up-tempo point guard who was selected No. 6 overall by the Phoenix Mercury in Monday's WNBA draft, isn't sure why she was so heavily scrutinized in her four years at Ohio State.
While one rightfully expects that anything good with the Fever involves Tamika Catchings and Katie Douglas, there is a lot more to Indiana's story this season, particularly in Erin Phillips' play at point guard.
Jayne Appel has embarked on a radical training program, designed by NASA, as a way to get fitter and healthier than ever. The regimen involves cooling her core body temperature and then exercising for 20 brutal minutes, but the benefits are dramatic.