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  • aus1032

    11:00 AM EST: Connecticut ( -4 ) at Atlanta ( +4 ) —-T: 153
    11:30 AM EST: Phoenix ( +8 ) at Washington ( -8 ) —-T: 155.5
    12:00 PM EST: Las Vegas ( -7.5 ) at Indiana ( +7.5 ) —-T: 162.5
    9:00 PM EST: Minnesota ( ) at Chicago ( ) —-T: 160.5

  • aus1032

    For what it’s worth, faulkner, Katie Lou, ndour all with the team and active. Remains to be seen If/how much they’ll play

  • QuinelaABC

    Sue Bird played the best ball os her entire career last year. She’s no going anywhere!

  • aus1032

    @QuinelaABC said...

    Sue Bird played the best ball os her entire career last year. She’s no going anywhere!

  • sox9

    @QuinelaABC said...

    Sue Bird played the best ball os her entire career last year. She’s no going anywhere!

    40 years old next year, coming off an injury, there is not much more for her to do. Lowest pts. per game in her career last year, lowest rebs per game as well, but her assists were terrific. She’s still better than 85% of the guards out there—-no argument there. But age, injury, nothing left to accomplish and Jordin Canada waiting in the wings to be paired w/Loyd. You would think she has to think about it. Then again, look at Tom Brady. DeLisha Milton-Jones made it to 41, maybe Bird will try to break that record.

  • QuinelaABC

    I confidently predict Sue will win her 5th Olympic Gold Medal in 2020 (possibly Taurasi too). My understanding is no one has done this since a Polish fencer in 1936, specifically winning a Gold Medal in the same event in 5 consecutive Olympics. By the way she could have average 18-20 ppg any year if she chose to but that is not her game as she is a true pass first facilitator.

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