Skip to comments.Four ejected in WNBA brawl
Posted on 07/23/2008 9:26:51 AM PDT by GSWarrior
A late-game brawl Tuesday in the Los Angeles Sparks' 84-81 Women's National Basketball Association win over the Detroit Shock saw three players an assistant coach ejected.
The incident began after a made free throw by Los Angeles, when Sparks rookie sensation Candace Parker got tangled with Shock's Plenette Pierson and both fell to the floor.
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Have never watched a WNBA game, and likely never will, brawl or not.
I don’t watch the womans alternative lifestyle basketball league, but some of the first names are interesting. Can’t tell if they are made up or just spelled incorrectly.
Wonder if Imus will have the good sense to resist comment?
I really enjoy the WNBA draft on ESPN6!
“The NJ Sparks take with their first pick, the tall lesbian from UConn!”
This reminds me of a soulful song I once heard Elvis sing.
“Love Me Tender”?
“We need more white people!”
I wonder what the basis is for the names DeLisha and Plenette?
You can bet that both of these names have got to be made up.
There was a “man” involved. A coach that pushed Lisa Leslie. The video on espn.com is quite humorous actually.
Girls adopting boys games then GET MAD, like the boys and throw punches....sad state for girls. I grew up when women were held in a high standard...thank you feminists for encouraging coarsness and lowering the standard for women.
Possibly the least-watched sports brawl ever.
That was Rick Mahorn....one of the original “bad boys.”
Have you climbed many 14ers?
I was going to say...an average man pushing 6'5" Lisa Leslie probably isn't thinking straight, but Mahorn is in a whole different category. ;)
WNBA—Proving Don Imus has a point!
What in the Hell is a WNBA. and why would I care.?
The “crowd” could have been bigger than that at any succer game in the US...barely.
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