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OSU product Prahalis has memorable pro debut in WNBA for Phoenix


Samantha Prahalis (courtesy of OSU)

Former Ohio State Buckeyes point guard Samantha Prahalis scored 12 points and dished out six assists in 30 minutes of action during her WNBA  debut for the Phoenix Mercury, a 105-83 loss to the defending league champions, Minnesota Lynx in Minneapolis.

Wearing a new number 7 in the pros, Prahalis made 4 of 7 shots from the field, 3 of 6 three-pointers, two rebounds, a steal and four turnovers.



Info courtesy of the WNBA & Phoenix Mercury

LA Sparks bucks the odds to win #1 pick in WNBA lottery


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The last time the Los Angeles Sparks had the number-1 pick in 2008, they selected Tennessee All-American Candace Parker, who won Rookie of the Year and MVP honors her rookie year.

This time the Sparks have beaten the odds and have won the right to draft first again in the 2012 WNBA draft.

Drafting second will be the Chicago Sky, followed by the Minnesota Lynx and the league’s worst team, the Tulsa Shock will pick fourth.

The Sparks had the smallest chance of the four teams with a shot at winning the draft lottery with only 104 of 1,000 chances.


Info compiled from the WNBA, Radio & TV news

Minnesota Lynx 2011 WNBA CHAMPS!; finishes off Atlanta 3-0 in finals


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Seimone Augustus and the Minnesota Lynx wrapped the postseason with a three-game sweep of the WNBA Finals with a 73-67 win over the Atlanta Dream on Friday night.

The championship is the first for Minnesota.

Augustus scored 16 points and Maya Moore, returning to her Atlanta home, scored 15 to lead a balanced scoring attack.

Info compiled from WNBA & Minnesota Lynx news

Brunson, Augustus lead Minnesota over Dream in WNBA Finals opener


Rebekkuh Brunson (courtesy of USA Basketball)

The Minnesota Lynx have taken control of the WNBA Finals by winning Game 1.

Rebekkuh Brunson scored 26 points and hauled in 11 rebounds and teammate Seimone Augustus knocked down 22 points to fuel the Lynx’s 88-74 win over the Atlanta Dream in the opening game  in Minneapolis.

The series is a best-of-5 games.

The Lynx put the game away with a 13-0 fourth quarter run.

Minnesota withstood a scoring barrage from Angel McCoughtry who scored 19 of her 33 points in the third quarter.

Info compiled from WNBA news

Another close loss for Tulsa Shock; 19 in a row


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The Tulsa Shock played a good game but it goes down as another close loss in a season of disappointment.

Taj McWilliams-Franklin scored 18 points to lead the Minnesota Lynx over the Shock 78-72  Tuesday night in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The loss extends to Shock’s losing streak to 19 games, a WNBA record.

Tulsa trailed only 55-50 after three quarters but could not stave off two scoring droughts in the fourth quarter which costs them the game.


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Info compiled from WNBA news

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