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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Tamika Catchings
The WNBA Board of Governors ratified a new eight-year collective bargaining agreement Friday.
Breanna Stewart left a lasting impression at the U.S. women's basketball team training camp last fall.
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.
Pat Summitt smiled, laughed and shook her head at times.
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.
The Indiana Fever and their fans didn't let a little rain ruin their celebration of the WNBA championship.
Tamika Catchings hasn't forgotten how close she came to clearing the biggest hurdle of her basketball career.
Indiana coach Lin Dunn criticized the coach of the Minnesota Lynx on Thursday, accusing her of a "lack of respect" for an outburst that seemed to spur the Lynx to a win in the WNBA Finals.
There's not much left for Tamika Catchings to accomplish.
A strong performance against the Washington Mystics has pushed the Indiana Fever a bit closer to the top of the Eastern Conference.
Erlana Larkins scored a career-high 16 points to help the Indiana Fever defeat the Washington Mystics 84-66 on Thursday night.
Expected to dominate, they did.
Diana Taurasi scored 15 points and Candace Parker added 12 to lead the U.S. women to a 91-48 rout of Canada on Tuesday and advanced to the semifinals for the eighth straight time.
Tina Charles and Candace Parker each had double-doubles and Angel McCoughtry provided a spark off the bench to help the U.S. women's team overcome a sloppy performance Saturday to beat Croatia 81-56 in their Olympic opener.
"I think you'll find some players that are willing to stay at home or go overseas for a few months," Catchings said. "A few of the younger players did it this year with Elena (Delle Donne) and Skylar (Diggins). They stayed home and made some appearances."
"That's huge and one of the big things we talked about," said WNBPA President Tamika Catchings. "It's important for our team but also looking across the league from the standpoint of longevity it will help."