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Where Does A'ja Wilson's Rookie Season Rank All-Time?

I’ll be the first to admit, I didn’t expect A’ja Wilson to be this dominant this year.

When I wrote about Wilson for SLAM before the 2018 season, I thought Wilson had a good chance to be Rookie of the Year, but expected her to struggle at times against bigger, more physical competition. 434 more words


Las Vegas Aces A'ja Wilson Named WNBA Rookie of the Month

Las Vegas Aces center A’ja Wilson today was named the WNBA Rookie of the Month for games played in June.

The No. 1 overall pick in WNBA Draft 2018 presented by State Farm led all rookies in scoring (21.1 ppg), rebounding (9.5 rpg), field goal percentage (45.2), blocked shots (1.62 bpg) and minutes (32.0 mpg) during June.  232 more words

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Former Lady Vols star Candace Parker dishes WNBA assistance to Tennessee alumni

Candace Parker dished out seven assists in a June 26 game against Dallas that statistically stacked up as her best of the WNBA season. The Los Angeles Sparks standout also scored 29 points and grabbed five rebounds. 780 more words

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May 17, 2018, on BleacherReport.com

Say hello to the bad guy, they say I’m a bad guy / I come from the bottom but now I’m mad fly / They say I’m a menace, that’s the picture they paint / They say a lot about me, let me tell you what I ain’t. 2,217 more words

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WNBA: The Real Basketball Rivalry

What if someone told you that there is a better rivalry in basketball that does not involve the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Golden State Warriors? You probably would not believe them, but if you are a basketball purist this rivalry might intrigue you. 781 more words


Candace Parker gets Sister Jean’s blessing to join Loyola bandwagon

WNBA champion and two-time league MVP Candace Parker had a rough Saturday night in the TNT studio. She was so sure that her alma mater, No. 501 more words


Candace Parker learned a valuable lesson about broadcasting from Kevin Garnett

Candace Parker is heading back to the place where she won two titles: The NCAA tournament.

She will join Turner Sports’ NCAA tournament coverage for the first time this year on the Atlanta studio team, alongside host Casey Stern and analysts Brendan Haywood and Seth Davis from the First Four through the Sweet 16. 733 more words