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4hMechelle Voepel

Voepel: Game 5 is fitting end for well-played WNBA Finals

Six years have passed since the last time the WNBA Finals went to Game 5. It's fitting this year's series -- with so much talent on display and both teams playing so hard -- will go the distance.

Warlick: 'Our goal is to get to the Final Four' (5:16)
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Parker, U.S. women rout Euro champ USK Prague

Sparks star Candace Parker had 20 points and 11 rebounds to help the U.S. women's team rout EuroLeague champion USK Prague on Saturday night in the last game of the Americans' European tour.

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Geno Just Being Geno

UConn coach Geno Auriemma is taking heat for his comments about the Huskies' fan base. But we're now talking about the team before the season has even started. He knows what he's doing.

Fever force Game 3 (0:39)
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24dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: An open letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver

On the day the WNBA playoffs opened, NBA commissioner Adam Silver vaguely said the league isn't "where we hoped it would be." But what does that mean? Mechelle Voepel takes the gloves off.

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2015 WNBA playoff schedule

Minnesota, which knocked off defending champ Phoenix, and Indiana, which upset top-seeded New York, will meet in the WNBA Finals, which open Sunday on ABC.

Delle Donne named WNBA MVP (3:41)
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Ex-Minn. Duluth coaches file discrimination suit

Three former University of Minnesota Duluth coaches filed a discrimination lawsuit against the university Monday, saying they lost their jobs because they're female and gay.


Debbie Antonelli @debbieantonelli

Spent 2 hrs Cario Middle School teachin skills/fundamentals w/ kids getting them ready for try-outs. Coaching the 8th grade boys this yr!

Kate Fagan @katefagan3

"Do you want women's sports to become more relevant? Yes? Well, let female sportswriters become relevant." -@NefWalker, just now, on text.

wnba @wnba

Check out The Season: An all access look at Game 4, as the @indianafever force a #WNBAFinals Game 5 on WNBA YouTube!


Kate Fagan @katefagan3

Media around women’s sports changes when people who “get it” have power. To get power, must know men’s sports. Don’t miss forest for trees.


Women are advancing. I hope we are paving the way for girls to have even more opportunities. I don't care who covers it, just don't hurt us.