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LIsten in today at 5:300 EST as I discuss how the Chicago Sky and Phoenix Mercury advanced to the WNBA Finals. This year's Finals will be a show down between Elena Delle Donne and Diana Taurasi and a "battle of the beast" between Sylvia Fowles and Brittney Griner. Join Chasity Melvin, LaChina Robinson and a few other guest for recaps, previews and more of the WNBA Finals and WNBA Playoffs. Find out which of the WNBA's Stars are on the rise. This is definitely a show you don't want to miss.
On this episode of WNBA Radio, Callan McClurg and Chris Woodmansee breakdown the first two games of the WNBA Finals between the Chicago Sky and the Phoenix Mercury.
Plus, the guys debate and decide if it's smart to move a home team out of the home arena due to scheduling conflicts at the home team's arena.
And, we'll recap the USA Women's National Basketball Team's intersquad scrimmage and preview the upcoming 2014 FIBA World Championships occuring in Istanbul, Turkey.
As always, we'll take your tweets and phone calls! @LASparks365 @callanmac3 and @LASparksFan30 with #WNBARadio
On this episode of WNBA Radio, Callan McClurg and Chris Woodmansee recap Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Chicago Sky and the Indiana Fever with a trip to face the Phoenix Mercury in the 2014 WNBA Finals hanging in the balance.
Plus, the guys will give their thoughts and preview the 2014 WNBA Finals matchup between the Chicago Sky and the Phoenix Mercury that begins on Sunday at 12:30pm PDT on ABC.
Also, as school returns into session, Callan and Chris hand out their grades and report cards for the 2014 Los Angeles Sparks season.
Plus, Callan reflects on the passing of longtime Sparks photographer Eric Wade.
And of course, we welcome your tweets and phone calls!
TWITTER: @LASparks365 + @callanmac3 + @LASparksFan30 + #WNBARadio
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On this episode of WNBA Radio, Callan McClurg and Chris Woodmansee get you set for the 2014 WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile between the Eastern Conference Champion Chicago Sky and the Western Conference Champion Phoenix Mercury. Game 1 of the WNBA Finals tips off on Sunday at 12:30pm PDT/3:30pm EDT on ABC.
Plus, veteran WNBA and Women's Basketball writer Sue Favor from hoopism.blogspot.com joins the show to give her take on the Playoffs, as well as what all went wrong with the Los Angeles Sparks during the 2014 season, coming off an off-season full of uncertainty and unsureness about the future of the franchise.
And, the guys turn their attention to the start of training camp for the USA Women's National Team in preperation for the 2014 FIBA World Championships taking place in Istanbul, Turkey later this month.
Also, they'll take your tweets and phone calls!
TWITTER: @LASparks365 @callanmac3 @LASparksFan30 and include #WNBARadio
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On this episode of WNBA Radio, we take a look back and recap the 2014 WNBA season that includes the rugged offseason that faced the Los Angeles Sparks, a strong WNBA Draft class, the record shattering and championship season for the Phoenix Mercury, and the MVP season of Maya Moore from the Minnesota Lynx.
Plus, we recap the USA Women's Basketball National Team's exhibition game against Canada, and we breakdown the first round of cuts of the team's roster and who could be next to be cut from the roster.
Be sure to send us a tweet or give us a phone call! @LASparks365 @callanmac3 @LASparksFan30 #WNBARadio
On the episode of WNBA Radio, after having a running conversation with Swish Appeal writer James Bowman earlier in the day, Callan McClurg and Chris Woodmansee begin to flirt with the idea of possible WNBA expansion after back to back seasons of fan interest and growth, plus the guys then share their lists of possible destinations for future WNBA franchises.
Also, Callan and Chris examine each defunct WNBA franchise, how long they lasted, former arena/notable players and more factors that may have elad to that teams depature and demise from the WNBA.
As always, they want your input!
Send them a tweet: @LASparks365 @callanmac3 @LASparksFan30 with #WNBARadio
Give them a Call: (914) 338-0159
On this episode of WNBA Radio, Callan McClurg and Chris Woodmansee recap the Game 3 blowout in the Western Conference Finals that saw the Phoenix Mercury deliever the knock out blow to the Minnesota Lynx hopes of capturing back to back WNBA Titles.
Plus, the guys preview Wednesday's Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the Chicago Sky and Indiana Fever, with a first-class ticket to the WNBA Finals against the Phoenix Mercury up for grabs.
And of course, they'll take your tweets and phone calls!!
Tweet to us: @LASparks365, @callanmac3 and @LASparksFan30 with #WNBARadio
Call in: (914) 338-0159
On the premiere episode of WNBA Radio, Callan McClurg and Chris Woodmansee from the LA Sparks 365 Network break down and recap Game 2 of the WNBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky. Plus, the guys preview Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals between the Minnesota Lynx and Phoenix Mercury and talk about how the violence in Russia may send some WNBA players for a new place to play this off-season.
We will be talking sports and having fun doing it. We will be talking all things NBA Finals. What happened to Lebron James. How much better are the spurs this time around? What happened in game 1? Can the Heat respond in Game 2? Also, talking all things NFL Is Coling Kapernick really worth it?, NBA, MLB and so much more. Listen @ blogtakradio.com/pgant or call 646-727-3070
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Join me and my guests as we review the Semi-Finals of the 2014 US Open Cup and Preview the Championship Final in late September/Early August. We will discuss the games with those winning sides.
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