Beretta Familia Schio- SCH
Good Angels Kosice-GAK
Spar Citylift Girona-GIR
Perfumerias Avenida-AVE [Read more…]
Round 2 *Please click on the links to see full box scores and game summary*
Beretta Famila Schio vs Sopron 97-61: Schio Anderson 20pts/4reb/9ast/2stl Walker 17pts/4reb Sopron Krnjc 14pts/6reb/1ast/2stl Simon 11pts/3reb/3stl
UMMC vs. Nadezhda 64-54 : Nadezhda McBride 16p/6reb/1as/4stl Kirillova 16pts/3reb UMMC Gruda 18pts/7reb/3ast/1st Taurasi 12pts/9reb/7ast
Avenida vs. Villeneuve d’Ascq 72-49 Avenida Margineean 24pts/4reb/2ast Gidden 13pts/6reb Villeneuve Mahoney 11pts/6reb/2ast/4stl
Talk about a WNBA finals to remember. January who finished the game with 13 points tore her meniscus during the first half of the game! With an injured knee she still managed to finish the game! She went into surgery this week to repair the torn ligament in her right knee. The Indiana Fever’s team doctor Stephen Kollias performed the surgery. Meniscus tears are extremely common in athletics and the recovery time is approximately 3 to 4 weeks. Briann will be back to taking over courts in no time!
The WKBL is set to open their 2015-2016 season on October 31, 2015. On Saturday KDB Life will take on KEB Hana, two teams that missed the playoffs last season. Connecticut University standout and former WNBA player Charde Houston, who was the first pick in the WKBL draft this summer will lead the team this season along with former WNBA player Bernice Mosby who is a newcomer to the Korean basketball league. Houston returns for her third season in the WKBL coming off an outstanding campaign last season where she was named the league’s MVP after averaging 17 points and 7 rebounds and winning the league championship as a member of Woori Hansae. Both teams are much improved from last season and look to fight for a position in this season’s playoffs. [Read more…]
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It’s hard to argue against an organization winning three championships in five years being called a dynasty. This is exactly what Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx have done. They are your 2015 WNBA champions. In what was up until game five an exciting series against the Indiana Fever ended with the number 1 seed in the west dominating in all aspects of the game. Indiana was finally able to slow down Maya Moore holding her to just five points on 1-8 shooting but it wasn’t the legend in the making that sealed this game. It was a midseason acquisition by the name of Sylvia Fowles who was fittingly named finals MVP who held down the fort during this game. Fowles finished the game with 20 points and 11 rebounds and most definitely the defining moment of her decorated career. [Read more…]