- Oct 27, 2012
This is really disappointing, I haven't had interest in the WNBA and this will continue apparently.
I think she'd make a great coach, if she has any interest. Fiery personality, seems be very caring and kind, very motivated, knowledgeable, and likely very insistent on 100% effort.Pop's went from a little recruited HS baskeball player to being drafted in the first round. Great story! she has got options but for now they do not inlude the WBNA.
The problem is Seattle is so far away from Iowa and they have quite a lot of fans in Seattle, so they might think that they don't really need additional fans.Unfortunate in many ways. Pop is leaps and bounds better than Bravard. Too bad for the Storm; they are really missing out, not only on Pop but on thousands of Cyclone fans who would have followed them. Too bad for the WNBA. It's a sad picture when there is not room for a player like Pop. Just when you thought you might have a reason to get excited about the league.
Best wishes to Pop on getting interest by another team or pursuing other career options.
Gee, guess I'm the only one who likes watching the WNBA - with or without ISU players. Love the unselfish team ball, no players pouting or glaring at refs if they don't get a call, and where coaches, not players, are the boss.
NCAA should pay attention to how clean the WNBA game is too. It isn't slap um, sock um, crap we see in college, and if college wbb doesn't clean up some soon, it will continue to lose fan interest.
Which is why it's comical to see the same officials doing games at both levels. The rules regarding physical play cannot be that much different.
No, you're not the only one. I actually have gone to several games and like the atmosphere. generally I find a lot of players have good attitude instead of acting like diva - Angel McCoughtry probably is one exception.Gee, guess I'm the only one who likes watching the WNBA - with or without ISU players. Love the unselfish team ball, no players pouting or glaring at refs if they don't get a call, and where coaches, not players, are the boss.