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By Tom Fitton
New photos confirm the attack's coordination and its cover-up
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Cappie Pondexter
Katie Smith has always been a gritty player throughout her illustrious basketball career.
Elena Delle Donne is already leaving her mark in the WNBA.
Katie Smith got a walking cane from her New York Liberty teammates last week as a birthday present. She's still many years away from needing it.
One week into their first training camp under Bill Laimbeer, the New York Liberty are full of excitement and optimism.
Cappie Pondexter scored 22 points to lead the New York Liberty to a 75-62 victory over the last-place Washington Mystics on Wednesday night.
The Washington Mystics were glad to finally get their first road win of the season in their last game before the Olympic break.
The Washington Mystics players will be the first to deny that this season bears a strong resemblance to last one. Their 1-5 start may make that a hard sell.
His nickname is the Human Pogo Stick and Utah's Jeremy Evans set out to put some bounce back into the Slam Dunk Contest.
Kevin Love does most of his dirty work inside for the Minnesota Timberwolves. It turns out he has quite the outside shooting touch, too.
A look at the four first-round series in the WNBA playoffs, which start Thursday:
The free-throw line is a struggling team's best friend, and the Washington Mystics certainly used it to their advantage Saturday night.
Coming off a nine-day layoff, New York struggled with rust and last-place Washington before making enough big plays down the stretch to pull out another win.
It was an all-too-familiar scene in the Washington Mystics' locker room. Players sat in front of their lockers, ice packs taped over knees and ankles, with expressions ranging from disappointment to disbelief that another close game had slipped away.
There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category.
There were the record number of first-time WNBA All-Stars, and a halftime ceremony honoring the best players in WNBA history. Indiana Fever guard Katie Douglas didn't fit into either category.
"That's amazing," said teammate Cappie Pondexter, who led the Liberty with 20 points in the victory Friday. "She's second behind a great player and passed another great one. Those are historic names. Hopefully, one day I can catch up and pass all of them."
"Bill is a perfect fit for New York," Pondexter said.