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Argentum
05-16-2011, 02:21 PM
Looks like Courtney is going to be blogging for the Sky this season. Here's her first one about catching yesterday's Heat - Bulls game with Epiphany Prince.

http://www.wnba.com/sky/news/courtneys_blog__1_2011_05_16.html

ID ZAGFAN
05-16-2011, 02:24 PM
Looks like Courtney is going to be blogging for the Sky this season. Here's her first one about catching yesterday's Heat - Bulls game with Epiphany Prince.

http://www.wnba.com/sky/news/courtneys_blog__1_2011_05_16.html

That's great!

Thanks for posting!

ZaGranny

webspinnre
05-16-2011, 10:26 PM
Awesome about getting to go to the game. I'm not an NBA fan particularly, but something like that would still be awesome.

Birddog
05-17-2011, 03:38 AM
Great report.

Awesome about getting to go to the game. I'm not an NBA fan particularly, but something like that would still be awesome

NBA Playoff games are off the charts. I suspect the gals had pretty good seats and Mr Gibson treated them to a coupla monster dunks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK-kmxis7TY

gamagin
05-17-2011, 08:11 AM
everything right.

With continued development and good luck, it's becoming clear she is in line to become to women's basketball what her mentor, JS, became to the NBA.

Try as she may, and likely will discourage such premature talk, the comparisons will be there. Only time will tell in the final analysis, and she has a lot of that.

Her ever sharper passing skills and no-look delivery of the ball, not just to the open player, but in the exact spot where the open player needs the ball to be, and to players who don't look to be open, but are because of her passing, are the critical differences between CV and everyone else.

She is a long, long way from reaching these lofty, even crazy, goals, and there is much in life that could cause things to change, but I have no doubt that is her goal, one pass and one game at a time. She set the tone in college.

It's going to be exciting just to watch her go for it, however far this venture takes her. She's earned the shot and by all indications is mentally up to the challenge at the next level. She needs to get stronger, by all accounts, and there no doubt are other challenges in front of her.

But the skill is there. So, too, appears to be much anticipation, hope and good will to go with it.

I'm as excited for her as I've been for any Zag player ever. We will be privileged to watch another great sports story play itself out. We have no real idea how it will end, but it is FULL of possibilities -- most of them good and perhaps, even one or two that could be great.