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The Atlanta Dream have announced an agreement to keep the team at Philips Arena through the 2015 season.
The Dream will call Philips Arena home through the 2015 season. The two announced on Thursday that they have reached an agreement that will keep the WNBA franchise on the same home court it has used since 2008, its inaugural season.
Fred Williams won’t return as coach and general manager of the Dream. The decision was announced Friday.
Sports in Atlanta is more shut down now than Yellowstone Park.October has offered such vivid reminders of the price one pays for living and rooting here: Braves eliminated; Falcons beaten while their roster was thinned; Georgia Tech mauled in Miami.
Another WNBA finals, another sweep.For the third time, the Dream were swept out of the WNBA finals when Minnesota took the deciding third game 86-77 on Thursday night at Gwinnett Arena.
Tennessee women's basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt, center, looks at the statue unveiled in her honor on Friday, Nov.
From left to right, former Tennessee women's athletic director Joan Cronan, AnDe and Tyler Summitt, UT women's basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt, UT Chancellor Jimmy Cheek, and director of athletics Dave Hart pose for photos after the unveiling of a statue in Pat's honor on Friday, Nov.
Tennessee women's basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt, left, laughs with her son, Tyler, during the unveiling of a statue in her honor on on Friday, Nov.
Tennessee women's basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt, second from right, is embraced by former Texas coach Jody Conradt after the unveiling of a statue in her honor on Friday, Nov.
Tennessee women's basketball coach emeritus Pat Summitt, left, embraces her son, Tyler, during the unveiling of a statue in her honor on Friday, Nov.
Here is what they said after the Hawks’ 108-89 victory over the Cavaliers Friday night:“It was a good effort by our guys tonight.
Jared Cunningham went to the NBA Development League for five games to work on his point-guard skills.
Kyle Korver said that he was glad that the attention surrounding his 3-point streak was over after he tied the NBA record Wednesday.
The streak lives – in record fashion.Kyle Korver returned to the Hawks lineup and wasted no time in extending his now NBA-record to 89 consecutive games with a 3-pointer.