Author’s Note: I wrote this piece months ago, had it edited, scrapped most of it, then rewrote it. I had planned on posting it during Masters Week, but Tiger wasn’t playing and it felt less important, so I’m just posting it now.
Almost all of my memories of watching Tiger Woods include my dad. Like a lot of people I know, I didn’t have any interest in golf before Tiger turned pro in 1996. Any golf highlights I saw were mostly seen on SportsCenter between the baseball highlights I was actually interested in. I also had no plans on starting…
We’ve finally reached the top 10 in our countdown! This is the best of the best. If you’re looking to build a championship team for 2020, these are the players to build around.
In case you’ve missed the rest of our lists, they can be found here:
And now, here are the Top 10!
Our Top 50 WNBA Players list continues today as we count down who we think are the best players heading into the 2020 WNBA season. If you missed our intro to how this list was compiled, you can view that here.
Without further ado, we continue on with numbers 40–31:
If you owned a WNBA team and were able to draft any player for one year, who would that player be? What would a draft board of the top 50 players in the WNBA look like?
Her Hoop Stats takes a look at the Rookie of the Year race since the All-Star break.
As the 2019 WNBA is season winding down, the race for this season’s Rookie of the Year is heating up. In what looks like a three-player race, we take a look at how this season’s top rookies are faring heading down the stretch.
By Calvin Wetzel and Christopher Zwart
The teams for this year’s WNBA All-Star Game will be selected via draft by the two players with the highest number of fan votes, Elena Delle Donne and A’ja Wilson. They will first select players from a pool of starters, then they will continue by drafting reserves. You can catch it on ESPN2 at 9:30 ET.
Here at Her Hoop Stats, a couple of our contributors did a draft of our own. Note: this draft took place before Napheesa Collier was announced as an injury replacement.
Here are the results:
Christopher Zwart (representing Elena…
We’re just over a third of the way through the 2019 season and the race for WNBA Rookie of the Year is heating up. Minnesota’s Napheesa Collier continues to lead the pack, but Dallas’ Arike Ogunbowale and Indiana’s Teaira McCowan have upped their games over the last couple of weeks, so the chase is on.
By Christopher Zwart, Keith Geswein, Aseem Rastogi, Alyssa Graham, Ari Levin, and Aaron Barzilai
The remarkable year for WNBA rookies continues. Our ranking of the new blood in the league has changed a little in the past two weeks, but our leader for rookie of the year is still Napheesa Collier. Here’s the top five in our rookie power rankings through games played June 23rd: