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(if they’ve updated it) and it is REALLY nice to see some familiar names that have spent far too much time being injured looking to make some noise this season.

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WATN? Shameka Christon

Doin’ radio.

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Sky’s Christon Out 8 Weeks

In other W news: Pokey Chatman, Corey Gaines and Dan Hughes Discuss Launch of WNBA Season and so do Rebecca Lobo and Carolyn Peck

Candace Parker Offers Maya Moore Some Advice and Nate says the Indiana Fever Need To Fill Point Guard, Rebounding Voids

No surprise, the Turkish lab that messed with Taurasi and others has received a six month ban and Clay is Handicapping the 2011 WNBA Season

Diana Taurasi’s poorly handled drug “suspension” helped the Mercury, for one of the two or three best players in the world is fresher and healthier for this summer than in recent memory. But DT can’t be much better than she has been, and Penny Taylor is still, well, Penny Taylor, so the key for Corey Gaines and company is to get Kara Braxton to bring it every night – or, more realistically, two out of three nights. There’s not much depth behind the underrated DeWanna Bonner, but when all the cylinders are firing in synch (including, most critically, Braxton), the Mercury are a team to be feared.

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Ten Moments from 2010 (Maybe the new prez can figure out how to tag their articles so it gets picked up by google or yahoo alerts…)

Below is a collection of 10 great moments from the 2010 season, starting with the WNBA Draft and ending with the WNBA Finals, in chronological order.

Since the time frame is centered inside that window, a few notable items were left on the cutting room floor that I felt were still worthy of a mention since they happened in 2010, even if they didn’t happen during the season. For example, the three-team, five-player trade back on March 30th that sent Candice Dupree to Phoenix, Cappie Pondexter to New York and Shameka Christon and Cathrine Kraayeveld to Chicago was no doubt a significant moment in 2010, especially since it was big enough to turn the Liberty into serious contenders in the East after all was said and done.

To a lesser degree, another one that was left outside that time frame was Marion Jones signing a training camp contract with the Shock back on March 10th. Granted Tulsa struggled in its first season, but it’s hard to argue against the degree of excitement and hype surrounding Jones through camp and into her first game with the Shock.

With that said, here’s to a great season in 2010. Have a safe and happy New Year, and Expect Great in 2011.

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Gettin’ her groove back. (Thankfully!)

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Christon injury update

The Chicago Sky announced today that injured forward Shameka Christon underwent successful surgery to correct complications from an orbital fracture she suffered on June 11.

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