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38 min ago | CBS Local
The Anaheim Ducks celebrate Ryan Getzlaf's game winning goal in overtime against the Tampa Bay Lightning at Honda Center on November 22, 2013 in Anaheim, California.
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4 hrs ago | News Observer
A'ja Wilson of the East team drives against Alyssa Rice of the West team during the 2014 McDonald's All American game.
10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Finishing the 2014 season with a 10-24 record-worst in the WNBA and worst in franchise history-earned the Connecticut Sun the No.
15 hrs ago | Townsville Bulletin
Townsville Fire announcing that Queensland Country Health Fund will continue to support the club's development program for up-and-coming female players.
How about this? Edmonton's Michelle Plouffe, a four-year standout at the University of Utah, and a Harry Ainlay grad, was selected 19th overall in the 2014 WNBA Draft on Monday night by the Seattle Storm.
It may not have come as early as some projected, but Maggie Lucas finally got her name on a WNBA Draft board.
This article is the conclusion of the series titled the Lasting lessons basketball taught me .
South Sioux City graduate and the all-time winningest women's basketball coach at the University of Houston, Joe Curl, died Monday morning.
Hawkeye fans will get a chance to hear from their favorite coaches in person next month at the Siouxland I-Club Banquet.
When the No. 1 women's basketball recruit in the country goes home, she curls up on the couch and watches "NCIS" with her parents.
Former BYU Cougars women's basketball star Jennifer Hamson recently made the announcement that she will not play professional basketball this summer -- stunning everyone who knows anything about the 6-foot-7 giant.
Columbus North junior Ali Patberg has been invited to the USA Basketball Women's Under-18 National Trials on May 24-26 in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Rick Barry playing in his first American Basketball Association Game, prepares to go up for a basket for the Oakland Oaks with Jerry Harkness of Indiana guarding him the ABA opener at night on Friday, Oct.18, 1968 in Indianapolis.
It's time for another Hardwood Paroxysm Round Table Over Everything! HOO-AH! It's the end of the year, and we've got awards to hand out.
Andrew Bogut rates himself a 50-50 chance of leading Australia at the basketball World Cup in Spain later this year.
London, Apr 12 : An US high-school basketball player of Senegalese origin is reportedly one of the tallest basketball players in the world at a giant 7 feet and 5 inches.