Sep 28, 2016
The WNBA semi-final playoff rounds begin tonight, with Phoenix at Minnesota at 8 pm ET, and Chicago at Los Angeles following that at 10 pm ET.
Both have star power and should be a lot of fun to watch, but we are particularly interested in the second series, the second-seeded Sparks and fourth-seeded Sky going at...
Sep 21, 2016
Since this is the first year Dishin & Swishin has its own home website, we were thinking maybe we should join the crowd of cool kids and give out our own WNBA regular season awards.
Of course, these are in addition to our Disher of the Year and Swisher of the Year awards, given out yesterday to Sue Bird and Nneka...
Sep 20, 2016
Throughout the WNBA season, we have been awarding the Disher and the Swisher of the night honors.
As a reminder, the nightly award factors in not only quantity but also quality. Somebody may have scored 30+ points, but if someone else hit a buzzer beater, that may have been the player honored as Swisher of the Night....
Sep 20, 2016
The WNBA season is over and it is time for the playoffs and the post-season awards.
There have been some phenomenal seasons, and, at least when looking at the awards at surface value, there are many people that can be considered for individual honors.
But are the choices really that difficult?
It is a pleasure to...
Sep 19, 2016
On the last day of the regular season, the only thing left to be determined was playoff seedings.
With the Phoenix Mercury winning in the afternoon, the Seattle Storm needed to defeat the Chicago Sky to earn the number seven seed and a trip to Atlanta.
Despite an injured Elena Delle Donne and resting Cappie Pondexter...