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1dMechelle Voepel

Still trying to make sense of a Rio roster without Parker

The U.S. roster should have been built around Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore and Candace Parker. But Parker was left out, reigniting the idea of favoritism within the program toward UConn players.

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Voepel: Baffling that women's basketball stands alone in UNC's latest notice (2:22)
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La. Tech moving on after T. Summitt resignation

Brooke Stoehr wants everyone to understand that the Louisiana Tech women's basketball program is "not broken" following the surprising resignation of Tyler Summitt.

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NBA touts TV deal with new African broadcaster

The NBA is ending its deal with South Africa-based satellite TV broadcaster SuperSport and teaming up with a Zimbabwean telecommunications entrepreneur who started his first business with $75.

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OTL: Women's basketball coaches Swoopes, Yori being investigated (6:38)
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OTL: Investigation underway at Duke (6:00)
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Stewart: Getting picked first just as high an honor as winning fourth title (1:42)
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16dMechelle Voepel

Storm, Sun, Wings dominate WNBA draft

As expected, UConn swept the first three picks of the WNBA draft. The Seattle Storm, Connecticut Sun and Dallas Wings helped themselves the most with their draft picks on Thursday.

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W Debate: Is this the end of Tyler Summitt's coaching career?

Tyler Summitt resigned as head coach at Louisiana Tech last week after reportedly having an inappropriate relationship with a player. Should that preclude him from coaching ever again? It's Katie Barnes vs. espnW readers.

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25dMechelle Voepel

Auriemma passes Wooden with 11th title

Geno Auriemma moved ahead of legendary UCLA coach John Wooden on Tuesday with his 11th national championship. And after a sixth perfect season, Auriemma doesn't appear to be slowing down.

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UConn WBB rarely takes transfers, but it's understandable why the Huskies wanted Azura Stevens. The 6-6 standout had two very good years at Duke, and should be an immediate contributor at UConn in 2017-18 after sitting out the upcoming season.