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Dishin & Swishin takes a look at the world of women's basketball, from the pros to the amateurs, direct from the mouths of those involved.

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No team has won back-to-back WNBA championships since the 2001-2002 Los Angeles Sparks. That means incredible championship teams like the Detroit Shock, Phoenix Mercury, and Minnesota Lynx have not been able to pull it off.... more

As the WNBA playoffs continue, it is a pleasure to welcome the Coach and Executive of the Year, the Connecticut Sun's Curt Miller, back to Dishin & Swishin to help break down the semi-final round. Minnesota and Los Angeles, the... more

The elite coaches, the very best in their field, become synonymous with their programs. Pat Summitt and Tennessee, for example, or Geno Auriemma and UConn. The newest member of the Naismith Hall of Fame, Muffet McGraw and... more

This weekend the halls of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame will be opened to one of the legends of women's basketball. Rebecca Lobo is a woman whose success off the court as well as on has earned her a spot in the Hall, just down... more

It is a pleasure to welcome ESPN & ESPNw writer Mechelle Voepel and the AP's Doug Feinberg back to Dishin & Swishin for a roundtable discussion of the playoffs and also postseason award selections. The first two rounds are single... more

Instead of talking about the WNBA or the upcoming women's college basketball season, today we talk with Sarah Hillyer and Ashleigh Huffman, co-founders and directors of the Center for Sport, Peace, and Society at the University.of... more

Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Mercury is as polarizing a player as there is in the WNBA. To some, she is the G.O.A.T., and her amazing abilities on the court and extreme competitive nature make her a joy to watch. To others, she is a whiner... more

We have a special two part podcast for you this week. In the first part, we break out the Dishin & Swishin roundtable for a discussion of what's going on around the WNBA with NBATV's Angel Gray and Fanrag's own Eric Nemchock.... more

If you are new to Dishin & Swishin, the "In their own words" segments are shorter interviews than a normal podcast, usually around five minutes or less, recorded in person and unedited other than volume and noise. It is the subject's own words,... more

Jeff Walz leads an impressive group of college players into the first four-team U23 tournament in Tokyo, Japan beginning August 12. The U23 team is bridge between the popular U18 and U19 teams, and the senior national team. Players... more