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Dishin and Swishin

Dishin & Swishin

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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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The last time a WNBA champion repeated the next year was back in 2001 and 2002. That team was the Los Angeles Sparks. So, who is to say the streak of non-repeaters will not end in 2017 with the same franchise? Last year’s WNBA... more

The fans of the Chicago Sky want one thing to happen already, get the season started and move on from off the court dramatics. First, coach Pokey Chatman gets fired after leading a short-handed team into the playoffs. Amber Stocks is... more

Training camp for the Connecticut Sun opened this week with two of last year’s first round draft choices recovering from knee surgeries, a procedurally suspended star not around due to an Achilles injury, a former all-star in camp trying... more

In their own words podcasts are just that, the words of the guest as spoken and unedited. You can hear the voice inflection, the background conversation and anything else to help frame the context of the interview. To quote the Grateful... more

Tamika Catchings casts a shadow far bigger than her frame; one could say it's large enough to cover the entire Indiana Fever organization. For the first time in 15 years the Fever enter training camp without their legendary superstar... more

Stop me if you've heard this before...a team wins a national championship, and has three of their top players go into the WNBA draft immediately afterwards. Yes, the 2017 WNBA draft is nearly a repeat of 2016. when UConn won the... more

Even with the rise in transfers lately, one of the great things about women's college basketball is that the overwhelming majority of players stay four years, completing their eligibility in one place. When those things happen, the fans... more

For the next few days, in anticipation of the WNBA draft, being held on Thursday April 13th, Dishin & Swishin will present podcast to help familiarize you with some of the potentially top picks in the draft. Today, we start with most likely... more

From the ESPNMediazone: Doris Burke, a versatile basketball commentator who calls both men’s and women’s college and pro contests, has covered basketball for ESPN since March 1991. She works a variety of ESPN... more

Rebecca Lobo, Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore. Probably the three biggest legends in the annals of UConn women's basketball, along with coach Geno Auriemma. Breanna Stewart is right there with them; having accomplished her incoming... more

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