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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 - Maya Moore
Behind a curtain in the bowels of Target Center, the Minnesota Lynx gathered as a team for one last time this season. A few thousand jubilant fans waited in the arena, watching a video introduction for the team that had just captured its second WNBA championship in three seasons.
Chicago Sky forward Elena Delle Donne has won the WNBA rookie of the year, said a person familiar with the situation.
Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker won the WNBA MVP on Thursday, making her the fifth player in league history to receive the award twice.
This is always the way it was supposed to be for Maya Moore.
Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker has won the WNBA MVP, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Elena Delle Donne has already led Chicago to its first postseason berth in franchise history.
Stefanie Dolson grabbed the microphone on stage after the NCAA final and uttered four words: "President Obama, we're ba-aaack!"
Breanna Stewart scored in seemingly every way possible, piling up 18 points as Connecticut used a 19-0 run to race to a 48-29 halftime lead over Louisville in the women's NCAA championship game Tuesday night.
The victory tied Geno Auriemma and the Huskies (35-4) with Pat Summitt and Tennessee for the most titles in women's basketball history. It was the most lopsided victory in a championship game.
Brittney Griner has had no equal in her stellar career at Baylor. Now she's part of a very select group.
Brittney Griner of Baylor is The Associated Press' women's college basketball Player of the Year for the second straight season.
Brittney Griner has been in a class by herself all season. Now she's part of a select group.
The trio of Miami's Chris Bosh, WNBA star Swin Cash and Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins won the Shooting Stars competition that kicked off All-Star Saturday night in Houston.
Maya Moore has excelled everywhere she's played, winning championships from college to the WNBA and Europe. Now she's leaving her mark on the Chinese women's basketball league.
Brittney Griner keeps piling up the accolades.
"No pressure, guys!" finals MVP Maya Moore said to the group.
"It makes me excited because we have 80 percent of the definition covered," Moore said. "Great team. Great family. Great dominance. Now it's a matter of can we do it over and over and over again? The way you do that is one day at a time."