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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Sue Bird
Breanna Stewart left a lasting impression at the U.S. women's basketball team training camp last fall.
Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne were poised to make history as the first pair of rookies from the same class to start the WNBA All-Star game.
Sue Bird is no stranger to surgeries. She'll have her fourth one in six years in early May to remove a cyst from her left knee.
Notre Dame and Connecticut provided a thrilling final act for the Big East.
Expected to dominate, they did.
President Obama missed the U.S. women's basketball team's 99-67 victory over Brazil Monday night at Verizon Center, but he arrived just in time to give the players a few parting thoughts.
During Team USA practice Sunday, forward Lindsay Whalen got a little mixed up on the play they were running. So she elicited some help from teammate and University of Connecticut alumna Sue Bird.
After losing seven of their first eight games, the Seattle Storm decided to stop thinking too much and just let their instincts take over. Now, they're on an unbeatable roll.
Ann Wauters had 14 points and seven rebounds to help the Seattle Storm beat the Washington Mystics 72-55 on Sunday for their fourth consecutive victory after a 1-7 start.
One down, one to go for Tamika Catchings.
Tamika Catchings of the Indiana Fever has been selected the WNBA's most valuable player for the first time.
Minnesota talked about winning the WNBA championship during training camp four months ago. The Lynx then had such a dominant season they lost consecutive games just once and won 22 of the last 26 to set the franchise record for victories.
A look at the four first-round series in the WNBA playoffs, which start Thursday:
Diana Taurasi picked off an errant pass by Sue Bird and made a driving shot with 6.3 seconds left to lift the Phoenix Mercury past the Seattle Storm 81-79 Tuesday night.
Lisa Leslie, Cynthia Cooper and Diana Taurasi lead the list selected as the WNBA's Top 15 players of all time.