And just like that day 1 of WNBA free agency has begun…
Renee Montgomery has agreed to terms for a multi year deal with the Atlanta Dream. Montgomery averaged 8.0 points a game and 3.4 assists per game last season for the Minnesota Lynx.
Renee brings a much needed championship mentality to Atlanta after winning two WNBA titles in Minnesota.
I’m very interested to see how first year head coach Nikki Cullen utilizes Montgomery’s veteran leadership on a young team. Overall, a good get for the Dream bringing a winner to Atlanta. Excited for Montgomery as she’ll likely see an expanded role after spending much of her time in Minnesota backing up Lindsay Whalen.
I stumbled on this throwback photo and I can confidently say I’ve never been more optimistic on the future of the WNBA. Look at Lisa Borders pinching Lil Wayne’s cheeks like he’s her nephew.
This what the league needs. Someone who isn’t afraid to grab life by the horns or Lil Wayne by the face. The WNBA (and Lil Wayne) is in good hands. If you don’t trust the current leadership then I’ve got two words for ya…
I’m convinced this is the greatest photo of all time.
In a 80-59 win over Northwestern, Kim-Arico Barnes recorded her 400th win of her career. With the win, Kim became the seventh active head coach in the Big Ten with 400 wins. She is also currently leading the University of Michigan in all time career wins with 130 wins.
The Wolverines were led by Katelynn Flaherty and Hallie Thome who scored 27 and 25 points respectively. Flaherty scored 20 of her 27 in the second half as the Wolverines cruised to their sixth straight victory.
Abi Scheid had 18 points leading the way for Northwestern as they fell for their fourth straight loss.
The Wolverines hope to continue their winning ways on Thursday when they host Purdue at 8 PM in Crisler Arena.
A very impressive show of athleticism form A’ja Wilson pulling out the hops in warmups versus Missouri. Need to see an in-game dunk from her and we NEEDED IT YESTERDAY.
The sky is truly the limit for Wilson.