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YOU JERK: Minnesota Lynx Won The WNBA Championship Last Night And You Didn’t Even Say Congratulations This Morning!
Uh-oh. Now you’re gonna have to sleep on the couch. Six badass ways to fix the WNBA, and make you love it, after the jump…
Not sure what’s more ‘Murican here: A pudgy celebrity belting out the Star Spangled Banner at the Staples Center, or women’s professional basketball. Go Sparks!
Diana Taurasi and Seimone Augustus got into a scuffle that resulted in Taurasi getting hit with a personal foul for a smooch. Sound harsh? Well, if you want to argue semantics — kissing is about as personal as it gets on a basketball court. And she did get her with the body.
Scientists have finally cracked the puzzle that is “how to get a camera mounted on a referee’s head”. And to think, all this on the heels of CERN’s discovery of Higgs-Boson “God Particle”. Excelsior! Video of the Ref Cam’s maiden voyage after the jump.
The Beautiful Ballers League was originally conceived as a basketball league for women who played in bikinis. But it’s morphed into a legitimate league with real players and, hopes co-founder and former WNBA player Tamara Moore, a real chance to make it big.
Coaches flipping out to fire their teams up: a time-honored tradition in sports. But does it actually work? Well, we’re not sure if it always does, but we can say with confidence that the WNBA Finals freakout you’ll see after the jump worked like a charm.
The Bikini Basketball Association (or the Bikini Basketball League, according to its Twitter account), a league which is “for Sexy Athletic Ladies from around the world,” is starting in 35 days, apparently. One of its seven teams, it turns out, decided to get particularly uncreative with its logo.
The WNBA’s Tulsa Shock have a group of “Superfans” who are celebrating the team’s two-game win streak, and KOTV-6 in Tulsa is ON IT.