In WNBA, it's 'blame the coach'
When Nancy Darsch resigned last Friday as coach of the Washington Mystics, it was less a stunning development than an exercise in inevitability.
From the moment Chamique Holdsclaw spoke publicly against her coach, Darsch's days were numbered. When Washington fell to 9-12 at the All-Star break, it was all but a done deal. Yes, technically Darsch quit. But if she hadn't, she probably would have been fired.
If there is one truism in the WNBA, it's that when things go ...
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