NBA Commissioner Adam Silver

Adam Silver tells players “They must stand”

NBA commissioner Adam Silver has sent out a memo reminding teams they must stand for the National Anthem. With all the protesting of the National Anthem by professional leagues, like the NFL and WNBA.  Adam Silver is clearly concerned that the NBA is next. The protest started last season when former NFL player Colin Kaepernick

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Los Angeles Sparks vs Lynx

Los Angeles drops Minnesota 75-64

The Los Angeles Sparks had a home record of 19-1  this season. So when Minnesota came in to face them in game three of the WNBA finals. They knew their hands were going to be full. Los Angeles Sparks center Nneka Ogwumike scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Odyssey Simm added 16 and Chelsea

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Russell Westbrook

Westbrook Signs Extension with Thunder

Russell Westbrook and the  Thunder have agreed to a 5 year 205 million dollar extension on Kevin Durant’s Birthday. The deal kicks in next season and will replace the player option Westbrook had for the 2018-19 season. When we factor in the 28 million Russell will earn this season. Then add the 205 million extensions. That’ll

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Nets guard "Spencer Dinwidder

Players Brooklyn Nets” should Dump

The Brooklyn Nets are trying to convince their fanbase that they’re ready to make improvements. They’ve added five players whose expected to contribute, (immediately)but lost their all-time leading scorer “Brook Lopez“. Now in order for the Nets to be taken seriously, by the Basketball world. They must get rid of these three players as fast as

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Dwyane Wade

Dwyane Wade signs with Cleveland

Dwyane Wade has agreed to a one-year 2.3 million dollar deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers. After 13 seasons in Miami, Wade signed a two-year 47 million dollar deal with the Chicago Bulls.  He averaged 18 points in 60 games last season for the Bulls. But agreed to a buyout before the start of this season.   After

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Minnesota Lynx

Lynx squeaks past Sparks 70-68

Minnesota Lynx guard “Lindsay Whalen” lead her team in scoring with 14 points. Maya Moore  added 13 points and Sylvia Fowles had a WNBA finals record 17 Rebounds. As the Minnesota Lynx tied their series against the Los Angeles Sparks by beating them 70-68. Unlike game one of this series Minnesota got off to a fast start. They held

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Los Angels Sparks takes game one

Los Angeles Sparks takes game one

Chelsea Gray led the Los Angeles with 27 points. Odyssey Sims added 16 and Candice Parker chipped in 15 points and 12 rebounds. As the  Los Angeles Sparks takes game of the WNBA finals by beating the Minnesota Lynx 85-84. The Los Angeles Sparks came out on fire and grabbed a 28-2 lead on Minnesota Lynx. However,

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Sparks down Mercury to return to championship

Odyssey Sims led the Sparks with 22 points, Candice Parker added 21 points  11 assists and grabbed 7 rebounds. As Los Angeles beat the Phoenix Mercury 89-87 to advance back to the WNBA Championship. With seconds on the game clock and the game tied 87-87. Candice Parker hit a driving game-winning layup. The win sends

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Minnesota lynx

Minnesota Lynx takes 2-0 lead on Mystics

The Minnesota Lynx moves one game away from a trip back to the WNBA finals. By beating the Washington Mystics 93-83 in game two the WNBA semi finals. Minnesota Lynx player and WNBA 2017 MVP Sylvia Fowles led her team with 25 points and 9 boards. Maya Moore added 22 points and Seimone Augusta chipped

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