NBA – Will the small formation of Las Vegas cause a change of style for the WNBA?
After three months, this week’s episode of Whiproad finally lives up to its name, really delving into the world of women’s basketball and touching on a number of hot topics.
First things first: America’s FIBA World Cup squad roster has been released, and Americans are really embarrassed about money when 2021 WNBA champions Diamond DeShields and Stephanie Dolson may be left out of the team, and the United States really remembers them. Won’t do. Sabrina attempted to eliminate a starting lineup from the 12-woman roster and asked Cheryl Reeve not to play the Las Vegas Aces in the opener against Belgium; they will probably still be hungry,
Then there’s the end of Vicki Johnson’s tenure in Dallas, and considering all of Johnson’s time as head coach, Sabrina has no idea what’s going on with the Wings. But with all the turmoil in Dallas, maybe it’s time to start blaming the guy who went through it all: Greg Bibb.
Next, Sabrina has some final thoughts on the WNBA Finals, including the generational performances of Chelsea Gray and A’ja Wilson, as well as where the Connecticut Sun goes from here.
Finally, it’s time for the mailbags! You asked, and Sabrina is trying to predict the future of the WNBA – both as a business product and on the field – as well as trying to understand the state of the Los Angeles Sparks, a subject close to her heart. to Sabrina. but causes a lot of pain thanks to the current successes of Chelsea Grey, Ricuna Williams and Candace Parker. Thank you for submitting your question!
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