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Battle lines drawn for Ol Skool Ballers, Future Stars showdown tonight

first_img… Circle vs Leopold Street for third placeBATTLE lines have been drawn for tonight’s epic final showdown between the Albouystown-based Ol Skool Ballers and the hottest property in the shorter format Future Stars.The location for the blockbuster conclusion to the inaugural Guinness Cage/Three Peat Promotions Indoor Championship is the National Gymnasium, Mandela Avenue.However, before game time, four exhibition matches will precede the third-place playoff that features Leopold Street and Back Circle. This encounter is anticipated to set the tone for the fireworks expected later.Yesterday, the captains of Ol Skool Ballers and Future Stars gave their respective predictions with both expressing confidence of victory, before urging their supporters to come out in their numbers to witness the final.Julian Masdammer, a former national standout in his comments urged all of Albouystown to wear something white in support of the Ballers, while Keron Solomon simply insisted that their fans outnumber the Albouystown contingent in support.Masdammer admitted that his team is a young one just like their opponent’s, but believed that the discipline his players have shown throughout the championship will be the decisive factor in increasing their chances of winning.“The guys have shown character and discipline during every game and while we know it is a big challenge for us we are prepared for it and hopefully we can go all the way,” Masdammer said.Apart from the discipline he credited the team’s success to his coaching and experience and urged the players to go out with the mindset of winning and not be intimidated by name.He said he was satisfied with the team’s performance to date, but reminded that the goal is to win the title.He thanked the Guinness brand and the organisers for the work they’ve done for the youths in the communities and called on them to continue to create more opportunities for them to be engaged in positive activities.Asked to pinpoint some of the players who will be depended upon to lead them to victory, Roy Cassou, Joel McGarrell and Darrell Quallis were namedSolomon when asked about their chances exuded confidence, adding that their opponents are too inexperienced at this level to beat them.“With all the other big teams out, it is a wonderful opportunity for us to win another title,” he said.He stated that Ol Skool Ballers are now coming out and lack the .experience to beat them.“We have very good talented players and I am confident that we will come out on top especially with players such as Jamal Cozier, Lennox Cort, Kevin Cummings and Jermaine Junor along with me in our lineup,” Solomon expressed.The winners will receive $400 000 and the championship trophy, while the runners-up, third- and fourth-place finishers will collect $200 000, $100 000 and $50 000 respectively.The Most Valuable Player (MVP) will receive a gold chain, compliment of YK Investments and Pawn Shop and a trophy from Trophy Stall.Among the other sponsors on board are: Star Party Rentals, Faye Joseph, Claude Geddes Recreational Sports Club, National Sports Commission, Windjammer International Hotel & Cuisine, E-Networks, Woodpecker Trophies & Sport, Y.K Investments & Pawn Shop, Henry Chase, Jai Signs, Trophy Stall, the Bike Shop and John Fernandes Ltd.last_img read more

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GFA/Stag Premier League double- header slated for tomorrow at GFC ground

first_imgThe GFA/Stag Premier League continues tomorrow at the Georgetown Football Club (GFC), ground, Bourda with a double-header beginning at 18:00hrs.The feature match which is scheduled for a 20:00hrs-start, brings together Camptown and GFC while the curtain raiser will see Santos locking horns with Flamingo.Camptown currently has six points from two 2-1 wins; one versus Pele and the other against Northern rangers.The Campbellville based unit has a goal difference of plus two. GFC on the other hand has five points; three from a walk-over win against Flamingo (three points and two goals) and another two points from a 1-1 drawn game against Black Pearl last Sunday.Camptown will be looking to Richie Richards who netted a brace in his team’s 2-1 win against Pele on the opening day of the League, as well as Shane Jones and Oriel Small, who both scored in the team’s second round match against Northern Rangers, to take the attack to homesters GFC, whose striker Curtez Kellman scored an 18th minute-equaliser against Black Pearl last Sunday after Devon Henry had sent Black Pearl into the lead with a 13th minute-conversion.For tomorrow’s opening game, Santos is expected to make light work of Flamingo who is yet to find their target after two matches.They first surrendered their opening game of the tournament by giving GFC a walk-over victory on the opening day of the tournament, then suffered a 0-3 loss to points’ leaders Police.Santos for their part will be hoping that William Europe’s appetite for scoring goals will continue tomorrow evening.To date, after two matches, Europe has registered three goals; a double against Northern Rangers on the opening night of the League and another in Santos’ 2-1 win against Pele last Sunday.Europe is expected to get valuable support from Ryan October and Orin Yarde who both have one goal each to their names in the League.The tournament will continue on Sunday with a triple-header at the same venue beginning at 16:00hrs.The feature game will see Pele engaging Riddim Squad from 20:00hrs, while Beacons will face Northern Rangers from 18:00hrs and Police faces Black Pearl in the curtain raiser.last_img read more

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Home game against Clemson, road trip to Florida State highlight SU’s first ACC football schedule, as home, away games are announced

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on January 11, 2013 at 11:32 am Contact Jacob: jmklinge@syr.edu | @Jacob_Klinger_ A road trip to Tallahassee, Fla., to take on Florida State and a Carrier Dome showdown with Clemson highlight Syracuse’s first season in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The home and away schedules for the ACC in 2013 were announced Friday.SU’s home schedule consists of Boston College, Clemson, Wake Forest and Pittsburgh. The Orange will play its first ACC road games at Florida State, Maryland, North Carolina State and Georgia Tech. The full schedule with times and dates is expected to be announced in early February.Syracuse joins the ACC in the seven-team Atlantic division and will play current Big East foe Pittsburgh every year as a crossover opponent. Georgia Tech is SU’s other crossover in 2013, though that opponent will rotate in future seasons.The ACC’s Council of Presidents officially voted to add Syracuse and Pittsburgh on Sept. 18, 2011. The Orange officially joins the conference in July after paying a $7.5 million exit fee to the Big East for leaving within 27 months of announcing its departure from the league. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder textlast_img read more

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Beat writers offer split predictions for Syracuse-Pitt outcome

first_img Published on February 12, 2014 at 4:07 pm Stephen Bailey: Pittsburgh 63, Syracuse 61Streak stopperTalib Zanna and Pittsburgh take advantage of SU’s lack of center depth. Assuming Baye Moussa Keita is unable to play, Jerami Grant will have serious trouble holding his own in the middle of the Orange’s 2-3 zone. That, combined with the crowd at the Pete and the craft of Jamie Dixon, will be just enough to end Syracuse’s undefeated start.David Wilson: Syracuse 57, Pittsburgh 44Offensive offenseBoth teams play ugly, but the top-ranked Orange always makes the plays in the end. The No. 25 Panthers’ best chance is to blow out SU, which they aren’t capable of. Lamar Patterson has fallen back to earth — he’s shot worse than 30 percent in three of his last four games — and Pitt’s best win this season is a narrow loss to Syracuse.Trevor Hass: Syracuse 60, Pittsburgh 54Pitt-y the FoolsRakeem Christmas steps up and keeps Talib Zanna in check as Syracuse passes one of its toughest tests yet. Despite the hostile environment, an injured frontcourt and a strong performance from Lamar Patterson, the Orange pulls out another close win. The Panthers don’t have the personnel to stay with both C.J. Fair and Jerami Grant. If one of them has a rough game, the other one will likely go off. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Volleyball: Taylor Morey’s 100th career match as a Badger ends in victory, ovation from fans

first_imgFor a team of any caliber, 10 straight wins is an uncommon achievement that would be celebrated with the utmost pleasure and satisfaction.For the Wisconsin volleyball team and its head coach Kelly Sheffield, it’s a sobering realization of how far they’ve come as a team after they won their 10th straight match over No. 16 Ohio State in straight sets (25-21, 25-16, 25-21).“We didn’t [pull away in games] early in the year at all,” Sheffield said. “When it got down to the end of sets, we were actually getting outscored and that hasn’t been the case recently.”The afternoon celebrated not only Senior Day, but lone senior Taylor Morey’s 100th match as a Badger and a victory to make the celebration all the more worthwhile.“Obviously the journey is not over,” Morey said. “We have a lot of games left to play, but it’s just awesome to see the support behind Badger volleyball. You can’t go to many schools and have 6,000 people standing and cheering your name in the Field House.”Morey, not having to exert much of a direct effort, was only called on to make 10 receptions and eight digs – a quiet night for the libero. But her mature presence and insight guided a Wisconsin back line to what felt like complete floor coverage.Ohio State’s complicated attack had the potential to run the Badgers around the court, but solid net coverage limited attacking chances and allowed Morey and her back line to keep any serious damage from occurring. Wisconsin recorded a team total of 49 digs, with every player who played more than a set recording at least one dig — a testament to how intertwined the team has become, as well as how hardworking they are.“It [shows] how hard they work in the back row,” junior Haleigh Nelson said, who recorded six digs of her own. “Ohio State does do a good job of running a lot of plays all over the place, so that does keep them reading a lot, but they do work really hard, so [the running during coverage] is pretty much on them.”Nelson, who landed a team-high 12 kills, has hit at .534 percent over the last four matches. Her attempt at making 2015 a season with increased confidence has not only made herself improve, but inspired those around her to do better as well.Nearly every facet of the Badgers’ game has improved during this 10-match streak.The Badgers have evolved into a matured team, much more capable than the last time they played Ohio State, which ended in a five-set loss in Columbus, and it showed Saturday.Their ability to down the No. 16 Buckeyes in straight sets showed that this team has truly turned a corner.Wisconsin, as Sheffield put it, is now the experienced and cohesive unit he’s been trying to attain all season.“We are playing with confidence now and when you communicate and you know what each other is doing, then good things happen,” he said.last_img read more

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How three-point shot came to be, according to Bo Ryan

first_imgBasketball ebbs and flows.The style of play has changed so much over the years that a game from 1960s is similar to today’s game only in their shared designation of being called basketball.It’s reactionary, it’s fast paced, but most of all — it’s fashionable.And right now, the three-point shot is in vogue, and Stephen Curry is Anna Wintour.Football: After first spring practice, Badgers ready to make serious run this yearThe University of Wisconsin football team is looking to follow up on one of the most successful seasons in program Read…Curry brought the world to its feet during his incredible 2014-15 MVP run, swishing long bombs from the logo and forcing defenses to cover him as soon as the ball was inbounded. It wasn’t as if nobody had shot the three-point shot before — the early aughts saw the likes of Kyle Korver, Mike Miller and Milwaukee’s own Steve Novak make a living thanks to their proclivity from long range. But Curry and the Warriors’ other marksmen — namely fellow splash bro Klay Thompson — began living and (rarely) dying by the three.Now basketball has caught up. Just a few years later, another NBA team, the Houston Rockets and their MVP candidate James Harden, is giving the Warriors a run for their money and a taste of their own medicine.Let’s not forget to mention the trickle down “hoopeconomics.” One of college basketball’s biggest story lines this year was the Trae Young phenomenon. He led the country in points and assists and drew comparisons to Curry from the get-go.Bo Ryan, former Wisconsin basketball coach and witness to the  game’s changes over the last 43 years, has a hypothesis for why the three-point phenomenon has caught on so quickly.Men’s basketball: Badgers look ahead after frustrating yearUniversity of Wisconsin’s men’s basketball team’s streak of 19 consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances ended last Friday with their elimination from Read…His reasoning is two-fold.First of all, he provides a statistical argument. One that at this point is engraved on the mantle of every NBA front office and becoming more and more accepted in the NCAA — points per possession.It seems too simple, but it boils down to first grade math. Three is just more than two. Ryan explained that if you take six shots and make two two-pointers, you will be averaging 0.66 points per possession. Do the same with three-point shots? One point per possession.Returning and serving: Badger volleyball enters spring retaining 15 players from last year’s teamThe University of Wisconsin volleyball team will play their spring schedule in the coming weeks with a series of three Read…“I’ve been using points per possession since I was coaching high school,” Ryan said. “And if you average one point per possession you win 90 percent of your games.”The obvious rebuttal to this argument is three-point shots are less efficient than two-point shots. This brings us to Ryan’s other point — kids are getting better and better at the three-point shot.Ryan said Curry seems like a more reasonable player to emulate than a taller, more athletic dominant player like Kobe Bryant.Essentially, you can shoot like Curry if you put in the work. And these players are all putting in the work.March Madness: Villanova, DiVincenzo dismiss Michigan for national titleSitting atop the College Basketball world for the second time in three seasons, Villanova University defeated the University of Michigan Read…You can see this work in action on the court. Children have spent so many hours shooting three-pointers in the gym, with a coach or friend standing in the paint rebounding their shot and passing it back out to them, that according to Ryan, the kick-out has become one of the most efficient three-point shots in the game. They’re used to it.The three-point shot is only going to become more and more prevalent as years go on, until some player or coach breaks the mold and the rest of the NBA decides once again to follow.last_img read more

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Men’s basketball takes down ASU

first_imgSenior forward Bennie Boatwright celebrates after hitting the game-winning shot against Arizona State Saturday. (Josh Dunst/Daily Trojan) On the other hand, the limited playing time proved too little for freshman guard Kevin Porter Jr. to gain enough momentum and leave a lasting impression on the game. Porter played just nine minutes after picking up three fouls in the first half, shooting 0-for-4 from the field and turning the ball over three times. “Derryck did a great job bringing his man down and Jonah said he was going to set one for me,” Boatwright said after leading the Trojans with 17 points. “They got me open. I got a good look at it, and I was able to knock it down.” Senior point guard Derryck Thornton and junior guard Jonah Mathews played roles just as pivotal as that of Boatwright as the upperclassmen freed up just enough space for “Bennie Buckets” to transform into “Bennie Big Shot” and push the Trojans to 5-2 in Pac-12 play. Senior forward Bennie Boatwright drilled a cold-blooded 3-pointer with 11 seconds remaining to ice the Sun Devils and secure a 69-67 home victory for the Trojans Saturday night. That improvement was on full display as the stifling defense held Arizona State to just 30 percent shooting on the night and less than 20 made field goals. Foul trouble limited junior forward Nick Rakocevic to just 25 minutes of play, yet he still managed to leave his mark on the game, totaling 15 points on 6-for-8 shooting and grabbing nine total rebounds. With 18 free throw attempts on the night, the Trojans finished with seven fewer shots from the charity stripe than ASU and found themselves debating calls for most of the game. The calls also managed to hinder some of the most pivotal pieces on the Trojan roster. On the other side of the court, Boatwright dominated in the low post with fadeaways out of double teams and powerful finishes when operating one-on-one. Senior guard Shaqquan Aaron had his best shooting performance of conference play, hitting three critical 3-pointers and finishing with 13 points. center_img Nevertheless, the Trojans banded together to scrape out an important victory. Boatwright’s game-winning 3-pointer will rightfully receive most of the praise, but it was the Trojans’ stellar team defense that helped them gut out a tough conference win. Since entering conference play, USC has held four of its last seven opponents below 70 points and has only allowed a single opponent to shoot 50 percent from the floor. “We’ve been playing great defense for a month … our team has progressively gotten better this year on both sides of the ball,” head coach Andy Enfield said. As a whole, the Trojans  seemed mentally prepared, overcoming a tough Arizona State team and a rough night of whistles. “It was a great team win and very important for the Pac-12 race,” Enfield said. “[Aaron] played a great game,” Enfield said. “He was in the right spots and challenged shots. He’s a very smart player.” USC now sits at No. 2 in the Pac-12 standings and will face the conference-leading Washington Huskies at 8 p.m. Wednesday at Alaska Airlines Arena.last_img read more

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Ndidi Gives Reason for  Returning to School

first_imgSuper Eagles midfielder Wilfried Ndidi said he decided to go back to school because he did not have the opportunity to do so while growing up, while also revealing what he plans to do with his certificate once he graduates.The Leicester City midfielder who is currently studying Business Management at De Monfort University said he and his siblings found it hard to go to school while growing up. In an interview with BBC, the former Genk midfielder also revealed he plans to open a football resort in Nigeria for kids who do not have the opportunity to study and play football at the same time.“Growing up, while I was a kid, and my sister, my cousin, we did not have the opportunity to actually go to school, because my dad could not afford it.” “So after training, I have spare time, so I just thought of it, and I said yes it’s better I go to school,” he added. He also revealed that he was nervous on his first day, but the lecturer helped him to feel at home.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more

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After improbable comeback against Winfield; Wellington loses regional championship

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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments 1  2  3  4  5    R  H  ERose Hill     2  4  1  0  4   11  9  1Wellington   0  0  0  0  0    0   3  2 1  2  3  4  5  6  7     R   H   EWinfield      0  0  0  1  0  0  0     1   2    3Wellington  0  0  0  0  0  0  2     2   3    1 W – McBride   L – ConditFollow us on Twitter.center_img W – Nance  L – Woods Many close calls for the Crusaders vs. Vikings Tuesday.by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow — The Wellington Crusader baseball team for the most part saw little offensive production through two games at its Class 4A Regional at Sellers Park in which it finished regional runner up.Wellington would lose to Rose Hill 11-0 in a five-inning run rule game in the regional championship Monday night at Sellers Park. But it was the Crusaders improbable 2-1 comeback against Winfield in game one that made the price of admission worth it.The Crusaders were down to their final out trailing Winfield 1-0 in the bottom of the seventh, with nobody on base and being dominated by Viking pitcher Taylor Woods, who up to that point was throwing a one-hitter. To make matters worse, the Dukes No. 3 and 4 hitters Trevor Nance and Austin Dunn had already been thrown out at first. But there’s a saying that “it ain’t over until it’s over,” and boy they weren’t a kidding in this game.Facing Wellington’s final out, Adam Condit singled to prolong the game. Then Jaden Hines stepped to the plate, and on a 2-1 pitch, buried the ball into centerfield. The Viking player could not quite reach the ball as it glazed his glove and fell into the outfield gaps. That sent Hines to second for a double and brought Condit home to tie the game at 1-all.The game appeared to go into extra innings when junior hitter Jared Shields hit a hard grounder that was fielded by Viking shortstop Brett Roark. But his throw to first was well off the mark allowing Shields safety at first and allowing pinch runner Zach Botkins to come home on a walk-off error.Wellington had somehow escaped with a first round victory – its first since 2008.Trevor Nance throws a two-hitter Monday.Nance had an impressive start on the mound going the full seven innings with 10 strikeouts, one walk and allowing just two hits.Up until that point, Wellington had little to celebrate. Condit was the lone hitter to hit off Woods, breaking up a no hitter in the second inning.With Nance on the mound and the Crusaders playing good defense, the game was a stalemate through three innings. Then Winfield’s John Hill doubled in the top of the fourth. The Hill was making his way to third on a fielders’ choice, when first baseman Wes Gilmore was looking instead for a double play. He would overthrow Chase Nuss at third and that allowed Hill to come home to take a 1-0 lead.In this game, that run appeared insurmountable, and for the next three innings it was and Wellington couldn’t even smell the bases offensively.But after pulling off dramatic seventh inning theatrics, Wellington was set to play Rose Hill in the regional championship against Rose Hill – a team the Dukes swept in the regular season.But this time, things got ugly in a hurry. Rose Hill would score on a Nate Scantlin two-run homer over the right field wall in the top of the first, and the Rockets would never look back. Rose Hill would add four runs in the second and one run in the third to make it 7-0.Rose Hill would end the game scoring four more in the fifth. Wellington’s lone scoring threat came in the bottom of the fifth when Jared Shields doubled and got to third with no outs. But the Crusaders still could not get him home and the season ended quietly for the Dukes.The Rockets will now advance to Salina. For Wellington, it ends an impressive season — the best in memory — in which it finished 12-6 and was co-champions of the Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV. The Crusaders had a bit of an abbreviated season due to the rain. The final two regular season double-headers were cancelled including a double-header against Clearwater in which the league championship was on the line. Wellington Regional box scores:1  2  3  4  5  6  7     R   H  EMulvane     0  0  0  0  0  0  0     0   1   4Rose Hill    0  0  0  1  0  1  X     2   4   0last_img read more

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WNBA players react to groundbreaking new CBA: ‘A historic day’

first_img“We approached these negotiations with a player-first agenda, and I am pleased that this agreement guarantees substantial increases in compensation and progressive benefits for the women of the WNBA,” WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert said as part of a league press release. “I want to thank the players, led by WNBPA president Nneka Ogwumike and the WNBPA executive committee, as well as WNBPA executive director Terri Jackson, for their hard work, innovative thinking and professionalism throughout the process. I also want to thank the league’s labor relations committee and board of governors for their investment, commitment and leadership as we look forward to working together to make the WNBA a sustainable and thriving business for generations of women’s basketball players to come.” The WNBA and the Women’s National Basketball Players Association announced Tuesday that they have reached tentative terms on a new collective bargaining agreement, which includes significant salary increases, potential changes to the revenue sharing system and improved family benefits.The new CBA runs from 2020 through 2027 with a mutual opt-out provision after six years. It features a 53 percent increase in total cash compensation (player salaries, bonuses, league and team marketing deals) and the possibility of 50-50 revenue sharing — which had been a major point of contention among the league’s players — beginning with the 2021 season based on the WNBA hitting revenue growth targets. It also covers paid maternity leave, a $5,000 childcare stipend and additional workplace accommodations for mothers. On Tuesday’s edition of “Good Morning America,” Ogwumike sat alongside Engelbert and explained the significance of the deal and what it means for the WNBA and women’s sports moving forward.”We wanted to leave a legacy,” Ogwumike said. “I think we came in understanding that it wasn’t just about the top player. It wasn’t just about the rookies. It was about every player across the board. … We just want to serve as the catalyst for what we want to see in the future for the WNBA.”BREAKING: @CathyEngelbert from the @WNBA announces a new landmark deal for female athletes. “We’re hoping to lift, not just women in sports and women in basketball, but women in society.”@RobinRoberts@Nnemkadi30 https://t.co/n0zPNGp6Sz pic.twitter.com/V6eBw2wH3S— Good Morning America (@GMA) January 14, 2020Ogwumike wasn’t the only one excited about the new CBA. Here’s how past and present WNBA players reacted to the news.A historic day. Relentless dedication and hardwork by the @TheWNBPA and @WNBA to get this done. #BetOnWomen 👏👏 https://t.co/4RwzC7cjhV— Elena Delle Donne (@De11eDonne) January 14, 2020Iykyk pic.twitter.com/8qJH96MN1o— A’ja Wilson (@_ajawilson22) January 14, 2020We did this for the next generation.This is our legacy.144 BADA$$ women of the WNBA got it done!And we just getting started…— Chiney Ogwumike (@Chiney321) January 14, 2020Use your voice to make a change! Literally brought tears to my eyes ❤️ https://t.co/CQ53FOreDY— Skylar Diggins-Smith (@SkyDigg4) January 14, 2020I am so happy for ever single player in the @WNBA and ever young girl on her way! This is such a blessing! I’m just happy to witness it! Congrats to all who helped fight the good fight! #Groundbreaking https://t.co/7LGNGHoYg4— Lisa Leslie (@LisaLeslie) January 14, 2020Today is a Glorious day♥️🙌🏾 Congrats to the @TheWNBPA @wnba for laying the groundwork for the next generation! #BetOnWomen .. To the Exec Committee many will never know the time you put in or the resolve you had to get it done! Salute ladies ✊🏾 Job Well Done @Nnemkadi30 So Proud! https://t.co/u8NEtGumHg— Swin Cash (@SwinCash) January 14, 2020Congratulations to the league and its players. There are huge steps forward in this agreement. https://t.co/Zu32US6Ouo— Rebecca Lobo (@RebeccaLobo) January 14, 2020👏🏾 https://t.co/9wDyixSlUp— Alana Beard (@Alanabeard20) January 14, 2020#BetOnWomen https://t.co/X9RigRJQp1— Elizabeth Williams (@E_Williams_1) January 14, 2020Our league is full of more than just athletes, we are strong powerful women !! https://t.co/0n0qAyadA7— Bria Hartley (@Breezyyy14) January 14, 2020seeing these changes in our league has been AMAZING. it has my dream since I was little was to play in the @WNBA! This truly is an organization that I’m super proud to be a part of and can’t wait to see what the future holds 🙏🏾— Lexie Brown (@lexiekiah_4) January 14, 2020Also, shout out to our @TheWNBPA !! Making all the moves behind the scenes. You guys are appreciated!!!— Lexie Brown (@lexiekiah_4) January 14, 2020last_img read more

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