Bird admits she had no problems posing nude, but Storm teammate Breanna Stewart said she was cold being naked on the photo shoot. And we all look different. Bird, 37, and Rapinoe, 32 who stars for the Seattle Reign, are the first openly gay couple on the Body Issue coverwhich debuted in and reaches
When thinking about former Tennessee coach Pat Summitt's impact, you don't normally consider how she affected players from archrival UConn. But she certainly did. Diana Taurasi went against the Lady Vols, including winning all three of her NCAA tournament meetings with them: in the semifinals, and the and championship games.
Despite winning almost 50 consecutive games, Diana Taurasi is more than aware that the United States women's basketball team isn't getting the love they deserve. With yet another Olympic triumph on the horizon, the national team veteran sarcastically hatched a unique plan that, in theory, should draw more attention to the women's squad. Related: U.
Somehow, some way, this just doesn't seem right. As a huge basketball fanatic I would like to appreciate the skills and talents of professional players. Maybe her advisers felt it was time to "soften" her image a bit.
But which one is the most right? Because Stewart is the best player on this team aiming for four in a row and has been the Women's Final Four's most outstanding player the past three years, this is obvious, right? Not so fast.
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If they win their sixth consecutive championship, it will likely be taken for granted by the American public because they always win. Taurasi creates attention any time she plays. Taurasi stepped again when called on, scoring 18 points, grabbing 5 rebounds, contributing 4 assists and initiating the offense from the point after invaluable starter Sue Bird sprained her left knee against Japan in the quarterfinals and missed her first Olympic game in three cycles.
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