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I’m not going to say “it’s about time,” because that would be ridiculously disrespectful to the very deserving players of the past years….

But damn, it just warms my heart.

Tamika Catchings Named WNBA MVP.

[Larry] Bird said in statement Thursday, “Everyone here at Pacers Sports & Entertainment is not only happy to have an MVP, but also a quality person who is not only great on the court, but in the community as well. This is very deserving, as Tamika fits the true description of an MVP.”

(I’d send you over to the .com for the news, but when I go there, nothing appears.)

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but about some of the players.

Clay talks “that up in the air” race: What The Numbers Say About the WNBA MVP

So now that L.A. dissipated any real interest in the last weeks of the WNBA season by collapsing in the fourth quarter Tuesday, we’ve got a little time to look at some other aspects of the summer—such as who really is the best player.

There are a lot of candidates of MVP, but for the sake of discussion—OK, maybe even an argument—a look at the latest Player Efficiency Rankings list can add some actual data to the conversation.

Mechelle talks about the player I wish the Lib had: Brunson makes big impact with Lynx – Circuitous route to Lynx finally paying off for forward, franchise

There’s nothing punny about this headline from Odeen Domingo at Arizona Central: Mercury’s Penny Taylor expected back for playoffs

Jimmie Trammel at the Tulsa World writes about that tall Aussie: Shock’s Cambage deals with tough love and high expectations.

The 6-foot-8 Australian center was asked to give herself a letter grade for this season. Her response: “An ‘A,’ from what we have been through and what I have handled and the way I carried myself. I still have a smile on my face.”

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