Luuuc
Earlier this year

WNBA 2021 Season

Pretty big free agency period so far, with Candace Parker & Natasha Howard among the players changing teams.

Aussie-wise, the big news was Sami Whitcomb being sign-and-traded from Seattle to New York
:(
... in exchange for the rights to Steph Talbot, who today signed a training camp contract with Seattle.

So we'll potentially have:
Magbegor & Talbot in Seattle
Whitcomb & Allen in NY
Cambage in Las Vegas
Smith in Phoenix
Mitchell in Washington
Heal in... ???

(the draft should be around mid April)

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Heal currently on mock to New York. She was #21, #18, #11 and now #6.
Mangakahia dropped way down, was #9 and now #27 to Atlanta. looks like it will be some time before she she gets her conditioning back. Won't make a roster this year, wnbl bound.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wallace maybe training camp at Atlanta?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

She wasn't ready for WNBL. You would think maybe a hit put in NBL1 is more appropriate.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

The fact that atlanta picked her up 3 years ago at #16 and the coach is still in regular communication with her plus they have kept her rights means they have a future for her. If Dietrick didn't have a great season last year, maybe she would have had more of a chance this season.

At the moment they have Carter as starting pg, dietrick as backup pg and Williams as a cg, Laney as sg/sf and no other guards. Surely they will go for a guard in the draft.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Arellan guriantes a sg is the target according to the mock for Atlanta.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Montgomery retired from dream but they will get cazorla coming over.

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*  
Earlier this year

nurse to Phoenix

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mangakahia will have another year of eligibility as this season does not count. Syracuse will want to keep her it just depends if she wants to stay. But i think that would make her close to 26 years old playing against 18 and 19 year olds.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Tiana said herself she's only 80%, I personally think she should test herself in wnbl, not wnba calibre based off this season.

18/19 was a completely different player to this year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzII9uuUZlI

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Schedule is out now:
WNBA's 25th Regular Season Tips Off May 14

Full Schedule

Also, the draft is this Friday morning (Australian time - 9am EST)
WNBA.com Draft Hub

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Shyla Heal drafted at #8 to the Chicago Sky

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Tiana Mangakahia goes undrafted

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mangakahia missed out sadly ,though
It was going to be a huge stretch at her age, she's already done 8 yrs in college .... at 26 yrs of age , she’s not exactly a young promising option that a team can develop .

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mangakahia is a great fit for Townsville now that Heal will be gone to either Sydney or Europe.

Will go well with Nicholson.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Townsville have Reid

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

So they wouldn't want someone who is better than Reid?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Tiana needs to get back into shape 17/18 > 20/21 night and day difference.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Looks like Tiana has signed a training camp contract with the Phoenix Mercury

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzII9uuUZlI

This was wnba calibre.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Handy that head coach is also Opals head coach

Think Reid is actually better than Mangakahia, the college career she had hasn't exposed her to senior play, 26 and playing in a college league is unheard of side .

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

I really hope for everyone's sake that Mangakahia can get back to her form of a few years ago. At that time she was talked about as a 1st round draft pick (in stronger drafts than today's one)
She has been through a LOT, so fingers crossed that she has some healthy years ahead of her and a shot at recapturing that old form.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

26 next week, get back to fitness. Should be a fringe opal,for 4 years. Heal, Rocci and Wallace likely ahead of her.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

I dont think Wallace plays basketball anymore ......

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

She was on the lightning roster last year but didn't make it, maybe injury.

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Anon  
Earlier this year

Wallace hasn't played a game in three years lol

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Was still australias best guard prospect, drafted into the wnba.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mangakahia had a train g camp choice between minnesota and Phoenix

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Smith/taurasi/peddy or
Hartley/xargay
Nurse/Cunningham
Turner/smith/Walker or
Griner/Vaughn

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Nice article about Mangakahia's journey to reach the Mercury's training camp:

Keeping the Dream Alive

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Cant see her making it even if Hartley is out for awhile.
Potential for next season maybe if she can get her conditioning back and play well in wnbl.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

With Hartley injured for a while and paddy not playing, opens the door for tiana this season behind diggins and taurasi

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Magbegor in Seattle (talbot to miss out? Laksa and gorecki were good)
Whitcomb and Allen in NY
Cambage in Las Vegas
Smith and Mangakahia in Phoenix
Mitchell in Washington (borderline could be cut for youth)
Heal in Chicago

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

The mystics have a problem at pg, cloud, Mitchell, n sutton were all terrible.

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LC  
Earlier this year

Sara Blicavs is with Phoenix too, but like Tiana is just on a training contract and could be cut.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Phoenix roster finalised.
Mangakahia & Blicavs did not make it. (Was always going to be very slim odds for them)

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Next year maybe when fully fit.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Opening night rosters are locked in

Whitcomb & Allen* in NY
Magbegor & Talbot in Seattle
Cambage in Las Vegas
Mitchell in Washington
Heal* in Chicago
Smith in Phoenix

*temporarily suspended but both have now landed and should be playing soon


Season tips off tomorrow morning, with New York the first team in action

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Cram  
Earlier this year

Mercury Vs Lynx on SBS tomorrow morning to kick things off. Looks like its just gonna be one game a week.

Do we know if ESPN Aus will be covering any games? I don't see anything in the listings. If not we have to wait until the 29th to see Heal play for Chicago and July to see Seattle

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

I've always just gotten WNBA League Pass because to me it's stupidly good value, so I barely even pay attention to what is on TV down under anymore. I highly recommend it.

ESPN down under have always been a bit hopeless in letting us know which games we'll be seeing.
Keep in mind that there are also selected games on Twitter & Facebook (and as of this season, some on Amazon Prime as well).

Full Schedule including some basic (US) TV info

Broadcast & Streaming Info


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Cram  
Earlier this year

Thanks Luuuc


I have so many streaming services as it is at the moment and don't watch enough of any of it to really justify having the ones i have let alone adding more.

I agree the WNBA league pass is incredible value. I probably max out at having time to watch 2 games per week anyways (as I currently am at with NBA) so if ESPN were to show even one extra game a week it might be enough for me. I might wait and see.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Game 1

Whitcomb 6/5/2 27 mins
Smith 0/0/0 42 secs
Mitchell 0/1/3 22 mins
Cambage 16/5/0 19 mins
Magbegor 7/4/0 14 mins
Talbot 6/4/1 17 mins
Allen DNP
Heal DNP

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Strong starts to the season for Liz, Ezi & Sami, and today Bec Allen was a big part of swinging the momentum back to NY as they beat Minnesota (with Ionescu becoming the youngest player to achieve a WNBA triple double in the process).

Smith put a couple of poor starts behind her and logged 20 minutes today.
The bench was important in helping to put Washington away.

Rough start to the season for Mitchell and her undermanned Washington team. 7 assists & 3 steals but 0-5 from outside as the whole team was ice cold.

Talbot getting decent bench minutes for Seattle, which should increase in the short term as Samuelson leaves to play 3x3 qualifiers.

All up a very nice start for the aussies. NY have transformed from complete trash to highly watchable over this offseason.

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Zodiac  
Earlier this year

There was a WNBA game on SBS Viceland on Saturday morning but no games shown since. You would think not having the rights to the NBA playoffs SBS would be willing to show a bit more of the WNBA now.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Why? It's generally a different audience. How many of the SBS audience would be interested in the WNBA?

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mball  
Earlier this year

A lot of SBS views now watch the NBL so why not the WNBA?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mitchell is done, if sandy picks her, it'll be because of personal relationship and not who’s best for the team or who’s in form.

Don’t forget sandy chose Mitchell n Mansfield for the WC, both injured they moved ebzery n Madgen to the 1. We won a silver medal... After this sandy goes back to Mitchell again...
Every tournament from Asia qualifiers, Olympic qualifiers and Asia cup with Mitchell at the helm we have lost the tournament. Multiple losses to China, Japan and beaten by France. Scraped past Brazil. Could not keep up with wang, motohashi or epoupa. Teams we will face at olympics....

George’s lack of mobility at the 4 was also a problem and should be the backup c from now on.


The new s5 should be...
Ebzery
Talbot or whitcomb
Allen or Talbot
Magbegor
Cambage

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Ebzery 1-2
Talbot 2-3
Allen 3-4
Magbegor 4-5
Cambage 5

Heal 1-2
Madgen 1-2
Whitcomb 2-1
Nicholson 2-3
Ohea 3-2
Smith 4-5
George 5-4

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Magbegor's lack of lateral movement on defence at the 4 will hurt us big time

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

More than george?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Magbegor is the least of our worries

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

013 trolling, I see you

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Cambage got fit to do her photo shoots then got big again before the season, shows her priorities.
Restricted to 15-20 mins a game.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mitchell is 36y.o in 3 weeks and her age is starting to show.
She stripped diggins once but was horrible on defense the rest of the game and she has no one to pass it too in the post bar Charles, needs della Donne back and Meeseman.

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LC  
Earlier this year

Shyla Heal appears set to clear protocols with the Chicago Sky making room on the roster by releasing Brittany Boyd-Jones.

Steph Talbot has been elevated into the starting lineup with Ezi Magbegor for the Storm in their game against the Lynx.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Shocking start for Mitchell shooting 6% from the field this season avg 25 mins.
Avg 1/4.7/1.7.
Could be headed to end of bench soon.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mitchell another terrible game.
Allen n Whitcomb pretty good.
3 mins for heal debut.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Sami gives Shyla a friendly welcome to the WNBA
Ouch

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Perthworld  
Earlier this year

I'm sure according to Shane she just slipped.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

ERly days But heal did struggle to get the ball over half court.


Mitchell - 4 games
25.3 mins avg
2-23 fg - 8.7% fg
2-18 3pt - 11.1% 3pt
1.5 pts
3.8 ast
1.5 rbd
1.5 stl

Deep doo doo.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Heal will not be able to play at that level.

Back to WNBL you come.

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Cram  
Earlier this year

Ah yes, like any rookie in any sport, 3 minutes is enough to work out how good they ara

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Heal is I think the second youngest in wnba. Need to see her progression over a full season.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

It's a tough ask due to her size (definitely not due to any lack of skills or toughness) but I'm cautiously hopeful that she can succeed.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Very early days for Heal, come back in two years.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

I think she'll struggle tbh, the guards in the wnbl are no where near the level of wnba.
The athleticism, speed, size just smothers heals 5’6 stocky frame. The Liberty are not even the best defensive side.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Heal will be fine, she has time on her side and is only 19! She has the perfect situation, soak up all the knowledge from Vandersloot for the next 2-3 years before she takes over.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It's a real close race for the future aus pg.

Next season
Mitchell probably done, Mansfield 33, Ebzery 32, Madgen 32, Seekamp gone, Lavey 29.

Next is
Mangakahia 27
Wallace 26 needs time, likely a year to get back.
Rocci 24
Heal 21

No one else ready, some good youth though.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Liz managed to get a coach fined 10k and suspended a game because he used some mean words.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

10,000 for calling her 300 pounds

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Personally I thought that the apology he wrote should have been the end of it. The suspension seems ridiculous. At most it should have been a fine of £300

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Yeah, 10k is a lot for calling someone 65 pounds heavier than her normal weight.

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Anon  
Earlier this year

It's a real close race for the future aus pg.

Next season
Mitchell probably done, Mansfield 33, Ebzery 32, Madgen 32, Seekamp gone, Lavey 29.

Next is
Mangakahia 27
Wallace 26 needs time, likely a year to get back.
Rocci 24
Heal 21

No one else ready, some good youth though.

They still have Cole if they don't make 3x3 ( which is highly likely they don’t)
Still got Shelley to come through, and watching Antoniadou run point in NBL1 you could add her along with Conti and Reid to that list all early 20s
But if your looking for the Olympus’s after Tokyo, it’s got to be Heal and Rocci

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Coles a sg.
AFLW starting earlier means you can't play both wnbl/afl
Shelley is overated, hence why she was moved on, fallon further down bench.
Both Mangakahia and Wallace need to get back into game shape.
Heal and Rocci both need exp, maybe Asia cup first.
Reid a step below these 2 atm, so too antoniadou. Both backups in wnbl, not starters like heal, Rocci

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Antoniardou?? You lose all credibility with that one. Look no further than Kristy Wallace, Rocci, Melbourne, Heal and Georgia Amore.. in 2024

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Melbourne will be good for sure after asu.
Amoore pass, too small, lacks speed.

Mix n match for next 5-10 years...
Mangakahia - when back in shape
Wallace - when back to full fitness
Rocci
Heal
Melbourne - after college, 4 years.

Loughridge maybe down the track can enter the fold.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Amoore too small??? Heal and mitchell are small.
She is killing it at VT.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year


Antoniardou?? You lose all credibility with that one. Look no further than Kristy Wallace, Rocci, Melbourne, Heal and Georgia Amore.. in 2024

Obviously you haven't watched Antoniadou lately ,
Wallace has yet to prove she can stay the distance, she hasn’t played in almost 4 years
Amore is in a low div college , never played against older players ..... and yes too small for international play
Mitchell only made the international scene after Mark Wright picked her up fir ads denying and Brendon Joyce saw her as a Harrower replacement ..... and she’s been ok, but struggles against taller international opponents

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wallace is in nbl1 with the tigers, played 1 game, restricted to 15 mins.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wallace didn't play this weekend , one quick 15 minute outing does not really count yet lol
Be interesting to see if she returns

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Just caught up with this morning's Atlanta @ Chicago game and gee it was really not pretty for Shyla. Her D got thoroughly abused, she got her shot blocked, some poor turnovers, a defensive 3 second, and 2 of her 3 assists were extremely generous interpretations by the score bench.
On the positive side, she looked solid enough with the ball in her hands, and Coach Wade clearly has patience and a long term view of things because he gave her way more court time than most coaches would under the circumstances. Even gave her some minutes at the 2 spot alongside CVS. She didn't get time in the 4th quarter though.

No hate btw. Just observations. I really hope she makes it, and am keen to gauge how she is going to be able to find a niche for herself to stay in the league. Size & quickness were the obvious concerns going in, and I think the size factor can be overstated at times. Defense is going to need some serious work because what she is up against now is a major level up from what the WNBL was able to throw at her, and quick players are going to target her.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Better todaythan first game though.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Whos skys backup though, quigleyis a sg, parker n dolson out are posts. They need another pg

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

You're killin' me, Shyla
Awful today
:(

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Yeah, wnbl guards v wnba guards. Her best attributes have been nullified.
Still young, but won't be a long term wnba player imo.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

We still thinking she's the 'face of the Opals’ for the next 10-15 years? Folks need to stop buying Hammers PR BS

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

I think maybe in 4 years she'll be an ok backup. Wnba expansion of 2 teams looks likely so that helps her. What doesn’t is all the international guards that opted out this season.

Her left hand needs a lot of work, does carry quite a bit.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

She's one of the PG’s in the mix for future opals along with Rocci, Mangakahia and Wallace. Atm, no one else is close. Nobody knows who will replace the current 4 who are near the end of opals tenure.

Mitchell is crap atm and already should have retired from opals. 20% on the season shooting.
Ebzery is 31 and has max 3 years left, so too Madgen.
Lavey at 28 is not a future starter either and with aflw starting earlier, she’ll have to make a choice soon.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

We still thinking she's the 'face of the Opals' for the next 10-15 years? Folks need to stop buying Hammers PR BS

Heal is still one of our very best PG prospects. I think she has proven that irrespective of what Hammer has claimed.

Landing in Chicago was good and it was also bad. Absolutely great in terms of opportunity to play immediately, but the downside is that Chicago will have a good roster once everyone is back from injuries and 3x3 qualifiers. Then the pressure is going to be on to start winning games. Vandersloot is a key piece, but is also on the older side and can't be forced to log massive minutes. So if Heal can't at least become a steady backup she might find herself in the very rare situation of being a top 10 draft pick who gets cut before the end of their first season.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

When you look at the draft board now, geez..

Richards at 17, Williams at18, carrington at 20.

Heal should have remained around the 15-20 pick.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wnba teams suck at drafting players. Gorecki now with the Mercury and was picked 31st last year.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

I don't see Heal as one of our best PG prospects. She’s not a PG, she doesn’t lead, she scores and she does that well, but she’s too small to do that at an international level and her D is poor. Rocci, Melbourne, Mangakaia, Shelley, Amoore,Reid, all are better PG options imo

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Shelley ain't a pg either, Amoore is smaller than heal, reid ain’t a distributor.

Mangakahia and Wallace are the only 2 distributors.


Melbourne probably our best all round but still 4-5 years away

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Lol, Amoore is not smaller than Heal. Reid is a pass first PG, she can score (well) when needed. Not 100% sold on Shelley as a PG

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Hate to tell you but Amoore is 1 inch smaller than heal.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

https://hokiesports.com/sports/womens-basketball/roster/georgia-amoore/10483

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Splitting hairs now mate

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Shortest to tallest...

04 Loughridge 5'5 165
01 Amoore 5’5 165
96 Reid 5’6 167
95 Mangakahia 5’6 167
01 Heal 5’6 168
98 Rocci 5’6 169
03 Deeble 5’7 170
02 Melbourne 5’10 177
96 Wallace 5’11 180

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

From an Opals standpoint, we really need Wallace back on track and if not, Melbourne. 5,5 & 5,6 are both small

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wallace has the the whole package really except for penetration and elite speed.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mangakahia played pretty well in wnba preseason. Just got to get back to her 18/19 level of conditioning.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Tiana plays first time tonight in nbl1 north 5est for Northside against brisbane.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Thanks for the heads-up

She certainly had an impact. Not all of it positive.
Boxscore

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Don't expect much from tiana or kristy this nbl1 season tbh.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Not in game 1, but I think Tiana will do just fine. This level of competition seems ideal at this point in time.
Kristy I don't expect anything from. If she is still playing at the end of the season that's already a big win.

All I want for both of them is a run of health that is not devastating for a change. Fingers crossed.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Cole came back from multiple knees and has been good for a while now.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mangakahia played pretty well in wnba preseason. Just got to get back to her 18/19 level of conditioning.

If last nights game was anything to go by, she's a long long way off

Looked very Slow and sluggish ,, not like Brisbane has any star guards to challenge her, but they did ... 8 turn overs!, and thats being kind as they missed at least 3 others , can’t say she’s been out as she’s just come from a college season straight into WNBA camp and preseason , shot at 25% FG

Lots of hype comes from college ball, but often found wanting once out of that environment.

Commentators and club are doing their best to continue the hype with the "focus on the positive (13 points) and ignore the negative (8+ to)

Be interesting to see how she travels in this league



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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Probably not going to be a great day today either facing Logan.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Very embarisding for heal, lost all,confidence.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

At the point where you can't have her on the floor.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

The coach has definitely lost confidence, rightly so. She won't have though because she’s her father’s daughter. She wasn’t ready for this level, maybe in a year or two?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Chicago added another guard to the roster today and Heal DNP

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Looks like only get gametime if they win by 20.

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Anon  
Earlier this year

Chicago added another guard to the roster today and Heal DNP

Heal has been traded to Dallas then waived , didn't last long sadly

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Once again...
Absolute disgrace that Whitcomb was not taken over Mitchell.

Allen killin it today.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Yeah, that was great stuff by Allen & Whitcomb to drag NY back into the game.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

has anyone actually taken a step back and had a real deep think about why Whitcomb has not been selected ahead of others? Maybe she is just not a great team mate or really high maintenance. Maybe Sandy can only deal with one of these types of players in the team and she already has Cambage. Forget her talent, being a team first team mate is a big thing when you spend weeks at a time with each other.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

has anyone actually taken a step back

Sami took one and nailed it in her defender's face.

(That's about as sensible a reply as that post deserved)

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

155,Sami is one of the most selfless. Her assists have increased significantly over 5 seasons.
It's sandys relationship with Mitchell over several years ultimately is the reason why she is on the team.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

16/2/1/2 -Allen
14/5/5/1 -Whitcomb

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

12/6/1/2 -Cambage

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LC  
Earlier this year

Great game for the Aussie trio.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Eat shite wade, hope he's fired.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Chicago has a real knack lately for blowing games they really should be winning.
The heat should be intense on Brondello right now, but twice in a row she's been let off the hook and escaped with the W. Maybe Sandy has got Olaf playing double agent :p

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Steph Talbot off to a flyer with 11 pts in the first quarter, but it's the first regular season game I can ever recall being blacked out down under from league pass, so I didn't get to see any of it :/

Curious to see how many minutes Ezi gets. She's been struggling a bit lately.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Where u watching it?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Several wnba games are blacked out I think to cbs

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Where u watching it?

I'm not :(
Just keeping an occasional eye on the boxscore.

I think Amazon Prime is the only way to see this one live, and I CBF signing up for a 30 day trial just for this.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

This season so far...

BEEN EXCELLENT
Whitcomb
Talbot

BEEN GOOD
Allen
Cambage

BEEN BAD
Smith
Magbegor

BEEN HORRIBLE
Mitchell
Heal

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Talbot could be on track for 30 the way she's going.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Talbot mvp season in wnbl and still knew her wnba career was on a knifes edge. Went hard at training and it's showing. No way she ends up without a team next season.
Allen was the same.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Don't think many would have thought mabrey would transition to the wnba so well. Always been a hot head but has under control.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Mabrey is such a troll. I'm a fan, because she has backed it up with some good play. (and no - I didn't see this level of play coming from her either)

I wouldn't put Ezi in the "bad" category. She has still been ok but with some shots not dropping that she would normally make.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Lots of mediocre college kids turn out good wnba players and superstars in ncaa struggle.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Ezi looks to be carrying extra weight, as the backup c, maybe they have tried to make her stronger.

Like Magnay at pelicans, bad idea Imo. Leaner is better.

Opals need her developing as a pf.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

4+ pounds heavier than listed last year, what's that almost 2kg?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

83kg, that's 3-5kg more

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

" Mabrey is such a troll" what does that even mean Luuuc?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

TiBo trying to put more minutes into Mitchell first half but it ain't working. 14 mins 1-4. 3 points.

Cambage good first half. 16 pts, 6 rbds.


Charles been awesome this season, before start of season they thought she wouldnt make Olympic team, should be a starter now.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Vegas win

Cambage 24/11/2 11-17 27 mins
Mitchell 6/0/1 2-6 24 mins

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Whitcomb 9/5/2 19 mins
Allen 14/2/0 23 mins

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

" Mabrey is such a troll" what does that even mean Luuuc?

It means she has an innate talent for getting under the skin of opponents.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Could Mitchell be cut? A few other pgs looking for a contract on the FA list.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

" Mabrey is such a troll" what does that even mean Luuuc?

It means she has an innate talent for getting under the skin of opponents.

Thanks for clearing that up. I've never heard 'troll’ used as a positive. I think what you’ve described would usually be called clever, wiley, sneaky, etc. in any case, I agree with you that she’s messing with opponents heads and having a great season this far.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Troll was probably a poor choice of word, but yeah I meant it to have a positive connotation as well.
I know that in college she was public enemy #1 with a lot of opposition fans. (Maybe #2 ... I think Sophie Cunningham was probably #1). But she is tough and is starting to have some real impact in games. Right in the conversation for most improved.
Dallas this season have become a pretty good team to watch.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Cunningham sucks and won't last beyond this season or next.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Cunningham is struggling. Dallas are great to watch and have a really solid young lineup. If they can get going and make it to the playoffs, they will be dangerous.
I also think Bird fouled on that last Dallas drive in OT and received a 'goat' free pass. Dallas should have walked away with that W as awesome as Lloyds buzzer beater was.

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Camel 31  
Earlier this year

Liz Cambage - Ten news play of the day - Laughing and talking as she does a hook shot - Sure looks fit - Prettty to watch.......

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Why didn't australia naturalise Jones, would have covered c after liz.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Expect a lot more usa type players poached for other n.teams.

Here it takes 4 years, other places 1 week.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Ogunbowale huge down the stretch for Dallas in the Seattle rematch, awesome to watch

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

If laney played another season of wnbl would she be up for Aus citizenship?
She's played for dandenong 18/19, Bendigo 17/18, Perth 15/16 or do you have to be in country for 4 years continious or a permanent resident.

How handy would she be though given our shooting guard situation going forward. Still just 27.yo.
She was ok but last 2 years has gone super Saiyan.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Laney would make such a difference, dreamin though....

2024 Paris olympics - outs Mitchell 39, Ohea 37, Whitcomb 36, Griffin 36, George 35, Tolo 35, possibly Madgen 34, ebzery 34.

New team...

PG? 3 of... options
5'6 Heal 23, 5’6 Rocci 26, 5’11 Wallace 28, 5’6 Reid 28, 5’6 Mangakahia 29, 5’8 Lavey 31
SG 6’0 Laney 31 / 5’11 Nicholson 31
SF 6’2 Talbot 30 / 6’2 Blicavs 31
PF 6’2 Allen 32 / 6’4 Magbegor 25 / 6’4 Smith 28
C 6’8 Cambage 33 / 6’4 Aokuso 26


Even this new team is getting old... the transition over the next 5 years will be crazy.
The following major tournament could see only 4 players remain.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Geez, the opals aren't holding onto 2nd place ranking for long it seems.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mitchell again not good. 0/1/2 0-2, 20 mins.
Shooting it at 21% over 8 games. Season avg 3/1/3, 22 mins.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Wtf is sandy doing....
Playing her s5 players way too much. Could see how tired they were getting...
29-37 mins s5, bench veteran 2 players 15 mins, 1 player 7 mins.
Has not played smith hardly at all. Never played gorecki, cunningham avg 4-5 mins a game.
No taurasi, no Hartley.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Big 4th quarter by Talbot today to help put Atlanta away.
She is back to the bench with KLS's return from 3x3, but still playing that same proactive style she did in the WNBL. Great to see.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Samuelson should not be starting.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Very clear so far this wnba season, opals s5 should be..

Ebzery
Whitcomb
Talbot
Allen
Cambage

All 4 wnba aussies have been excellent.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

They have indeed. Cambage staying at a very high level, and the other 3 all taking a step up this season.
Ezi having a touch of the 2nd year blues early in the season with the increased responsibility, but I'm pretty confident that she will be fine pretty quickly.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Luuuc, you agree on the opals lineup, cutting Mitchell, moving George to c?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Feel bad for smith

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Luuuc, you agree on the opals lineup, cutting Mitchell, moving George to c?

George aside (give me Cambage or Magbegor at the 5 over her any day) I like it as a smallball option that can create some chaos defensively and put points on the board in a hurry, with Ezi + Liz as a more traditional front court option when needed.

My worry in general with the Opals, regardless of Sami being snubbed, is that our depth drops off quickly. Not even that much in ability, but in aggressiveness/proactivity. We need a productive bench in a compressed tournament like this (potentially 4 games in 6 days at the business end if we are good enough).
I mean Sami, Bec & Steph aren't doing anything in the WNBA right now that they weren't already capable of - it's just opportunity, mindset, and having the trust of their teams. I want to see more of that in the green & gold rather than just revolving around Liz. Allen has already taken that step, and I think Talbot will do so in Tokyo too. But she just makes up for the loss (since the World Cup) of Sami from the team. We need more.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Ebzery-Madgen-Lavey
Whitcomb-Nicholson
Talbot-Ohea
Allen-Magbegor-Smith
Cambage-George

Reserve
Blicavs
Tolo


Who knows what Cole, Kunek could do in 5x5
Heal n Rocci will have to wait. Reid may enter the pg frame also.
Another guard naturalised + Wallace healthy would be great.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Reid is really killin it atm, eager to see how she does starting for the fire.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Reid is really killin it atm, eager to see how she does starting for the fire.

Let's hope so. This is my issue with Wilson at Caps. Hopefully Fire don’t recruit over Reid instead of giving her the opportunity that she has earned, and at the same time potentially giving us another option for Opals in terms of the PG spot in the future

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Reid is really killin it atm, eager to see how she does starting for the fire.


You need to look at the competition she plays against, and who she plays with, when your taking the bulk of the shots on your team, it would stand to reason that your stats would reflect this , shooting percentage is very average

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mitchell 3/2/1 1-5 15 mins

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Reid nbl1 north

Avg
6 games
36 mins
28pts
6rbds
2.5stls
5.33asts
51.3%fg
83.3%ft
37.7%3pt


Shooting percentage average... what u smokin?

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Why is Reid in a WNBA thread? Talk about optimistic!!

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It was just an off topic about opals current woes at the pg position since Mitchells stats are the worst in the wnba pmp

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Sandys demise this year...
I predict she'll be fired from both the Mercury and the opals.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

I wouldn't be against it

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

*meant to write I wouldn't *bet* against it ... maybe a Freudian slip though

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It's very clear that she has been lucky, as the big 2 vets have aged and superstars departed, she has gotten worse year on year since 2014. Loves the vets likepeddy, Vaughan, no eye for the future at all.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Her press conference earlier this week spoke volumes when they asked her about minutes and not playing bench.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Big day of wnba hoops.

Mitchell 8/2/2 2-6 20mins

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Sami making a point right now

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

No Howard, no Ionescu, no worries so far.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Sadly no half time interview with Sandy to hear what she thinks about it :p

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Sami is running the point which sandy said she couldn't do at all. Hopkins thinks she can as a backup.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

I mean she already proved in Seattle that she could do it.
Not that I think it's making optimal use of her. If she was playing for the Opals I'd still have her at the 2.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Yes agree but you wouldn't need Lavey andcould add Nicholson.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Ebzery-Madgen
Talbot-Whitcomb-Nicholson
Allen-Ohea
George-Magbegor-smith
Cambage-Tolo

That should have been the lineup without Mitchell.


I would have Allen at the 4 and start sami at 2 personally.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Likely sandy will stay with

Mitchell-Ebzery or Madgen-lavey
Talbot-Madgen or Ebzery
Allen-Ohea
George-Magbegor-smith
Cambage-Tolo

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Whitcomb has 12-3-6 1/2 way in the third.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Avg Sami 11/5/3/1 on the season in 28 mins
Avg Allen 8/2/3/1 19 mins

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

8/3/1/1*

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

#134 I like your Opals lineup, except I'd switch Darcee Garbin or Zitina in for George. George is cooked

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

It's likely to happen after next years home wc. I’d say George will stay as center, Tolo gets cut.
Opens spot for Aokuso, maybe bunton comes back too.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Dam Laney is lookin good right now.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Sandys gone, no doubt. see the minutes the starters are playin.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

14/3/6/3 for Sami
7/5/1/3 for Bec

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Finally some gusto from Mitchell
11/5/3/2 32 mins

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

One of my fav weekly columns includes some Sami love this week

WNBA Dissected

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Im not sure sandy will keep her job for vey long and taurasi alone won't save her.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Big game in 2 hours vs LA.
How they respond after losing to the same team a couple of days ago might be an insight into whether Sandy has lost the players.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

She's said in 3 presses that she should play bench more, but never does. Started cunningham last game and the team improved slightly.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Her bench is pretty bad. Heck some of her starters are pretty bad too (Nurse has been quite the disappointment this season other than fluking that game-winner).
To me the problem is her good players underperforming. Turner & Vaughn were both excellent last season, but this years she's getting nothing out of them. Griner back in the middle makes a big difference (just like Liz does in Vegas) but they surely should have adjusted by now.
I also don't get what's happening with Alanna Smith. Yes she has been unimpressive, but to get literally zero minutes last game was weird to me in a team desperate for extra contributions (especially when Brondello is just about to put her Opals cap on and will need to get something out of her). Yes her main attribute seems to be quick cheap fouls, but she's also capable of hitting shots so at least give her a few minutes to see how the game flows with her out there.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Whitcomb 17-9-3- > 37 mins
Allen 19-6-3-3-3 > 38 mins

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Just got done watching that turnoverfest. Some sweet shooting from Allen in the 1st half, and 2 great blocks in the final 10 seconds to deny LA the lead / a shot at OT. Solid game from start to finish for Sami, again playing a lot of PG.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Again no announcement from sandy that she fked up the selection.
Watching the eurobasket, will we even make the top 5 in Tokyo?

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Great game by Leilani just now. 19 points (including the game-sealing free throws) & 7 assists as the badly undermanned Mystics got the upset win @ Seattle.
Good news for the Opals.

Some nice moments for Ezi too, though she was also schooled a bit by Charles - who schooled everyone Seattle threw at her. Awesome game from her. She'd be right in the thick of the league MVP race atm.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Certainly her best game yet, was good on offfense but struggled on d

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Having another good game today, hopefully an upward Trend

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

26 points including 6/8 3P awesome game from Leilani

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Geez I hope she can carry the form of last 2 games into Tokyo.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Sami having an absolute ripper right now

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

... but the downside is Bec Allen missing this game due to plantar fasciitis. That's terrible timing for the Opals.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Yes Allen out would be very bad.
Mitchell was ok today too.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Last game still a week away.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Final line: 28 points @ 60%, 6 boards, 5 assists, 2 steals

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

28-6-5-2

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Post-game boxscore correction for Sami
30 points @ 62%, 6 boards, 5 assists, 3 steals

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Blicavs the alternate for Allen, Sami or heal alternate for Mitchell

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Unless the world has gone completely insane, there is only one alternate for Mitchell.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Those are the 3 alternates. Lavey or Madgen or Ebzery replacement

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Mitchell looks very slow today.
Both Sami and leilani with slow starts.

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Luuuc  
Earlier this year

Mystics with literally 6 players available to play in this game. This is rec league stuff. Lucky they're not in foul trouble.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

whitcomb is currently a mere 5 FT% away from sitting on a 50/40/90 season.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Half season averages

Sami
28 mins
12.3 / 5.5 / 2.8 / 1.2
85.7% ft
45.5% 3
50.3% fg

Lei
27 mins
7.7 / 2.2 / 3.1 / 0.8
90.9% ft
37.9% 3
36% fg


Mitche'll has really recovered her percentages over last 3-4 games. Was shooting it at 21% at one stage.

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Anonymous  
Earlier this year

Assist/TO ratio
Mitchell 2.17 Whitcomb 1.52 still too careless

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Luuuc  
Two months ago

Hope some other Lynx fans are enjoying the Mabrey show this morning

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Luuuc  
Two months ago

Sami still killing it.
26 today (6/11 3P), 7 boards, 4 assists, 3 steals.

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Anonymous  
Two months ago

Yes, thanks for the bad news.

I hope in the lead up,someone asks sandy why she chose Mitchell over Whitcomb.

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Luuuc  
Last month

Las Vegas Aces' Liz Cambage says skipping Olympics was right call: 'Had no idea how exhausted, stressed and broken I was'

"I was in a place where I was like, 'I'm exhausted, I can't give anyone anything.' Thinking about coming back here after the Olympics, I was just overwhelmed. So I'm really happy that I took the break. Because if I went to the Olympics, there would be no way I could have a chance to play [the second part of the WNBA season]. And it's happened before."

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Anonymous  
Last month

Yeah ok

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Anonymous  
Last month

Glad all her issues were resolved within such a short time frame. Miraculous work by her team of healthcare professionals

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Perthworld  
Last month

You could say Liz really turned the tables on her mental health.

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Hoopie  
Last month

A cynic would say that she's trying to play the sympathy card, ahead of the WNBA starting tomorrow.

This break has set a precedent for any future issues she might have.

Hopefully she resolves her issues soon.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Once again Sami showing why she should of been on the opals since 2018.

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Anonymous  
Last month

26-5-8 for Sami.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Whitcomb goes down with injury.
Allen, Talbot Magbegor play well.
Not a good day for Mitchell.

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Anonymous  
Last month

Avoided major injury, out 2 weeks with ankle sprain.

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Silesti  
Last month

agree with Perthworld on that "You could say Liz really turned the tables on her mental health."

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Luuuc  
Two weeks ago

Physical health battles for Liz atm as well.
She's out of action after testing positive for Covid

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Anonymous  
Two weeks ago

Toot toot, there goes that karma bus

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