2dCharlie Creme

Growing up Stewie

Before she was a UConn All-American, Breanna Stewart developed her handle dribbling around her childhood home. What happens when she goes back to the place where she fell in love with the game?

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SEC leads the way in Bracketology

The Pac-12 dominated Monday's NCAA top-10 reveal, but the SEC rules Charlie Creme's Bracketology, putting nine teams in our 64-team projection.

Warlick answers critics (2:20)
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ESPN's Rowe tweets surgery on tumor 'went well'

ESPN reporter Holly Rowe said surgery to remove a second chest tumor "went well" on Tuesday night after announcing she would undergo the operation earlier Tuesday.

Should NBA follow WNBA's lead and revamp playoff format? (2:32)
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Team USA names finalists for WBB Olympic team

The group of 25 finalists for the U.S. women's basketball Olympic team has both longtime veterans of international play and the top college senior in the country, UConn's Breanna Stewart.

Stewart thinks Connecticut is at a good place (3:08)


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Little bit of a meltdown by A&M with those fouls by C. Williams. Not necessary that early and took herself out of the game.

Rachel Banham ties D-I scoring record

The Minnesota guard scored 60 points in a double-OT win over Northwestern, matching the women's Div. I single-game record set by Cindy Brown of Long Beach State in 1987. Banham was 19-for-32 from the field, 8-for-15 from 3-point range and 14-for-16 from the free-throw line. Box score