This past Sunday, GladiatHers® was on hand for the 2017 WNBA Season Home Opener for the Atlanta Dream. In addition to being the home opener, it also marked the 10th Anniversary for the Dream. The excitement in McCamish Pavilion was electrifying. The Dream didn’t pull off a win against the Chicago Sky, but they gave […]
I love basketball, but it’s not my only passion. It’s a blessing to have the ability to take advantage of other opportunities that allow me to engage in my passions outside of basketball.
I want people to be excited to cover the game, to fall in love with the players and coaches at the collegiate and professional levels the way I have; to want to close the gap in coverage between women’s and men’s sports.
The Olympics have come and gone. I must say, aside from Ryan Lochte’s full-on frat bro display of stupidity and utter disrespect, I enjoyed what I saw. I was unquestionably entertained and inspired. I actually think that it’s the inspiration piece that really makes the Olympics so great. Not only are athletes providing entertainment and […]
Y’all. Last week I broke protocol and wrote about men in sports on the blog. I feel/felt so strongly about the treatment of black bodies in this country that I just couldn’t remain silent about the most recent incidents of police officers senselessly taking more of those bodies from the face of the earth. After I […]
Over the next several days, you’re going to hear and read powerful stories about the late, great Patricia Sue Summitt. Family, friends, former players and coworkers, sportswriters and fans will all be sharing touching, personal moments from the life of the winningest basketball coach in NCAA Division I history. TV stations and online and print publications will […]
Yesterday GladiatHers™ was on hand to see the Minnesota Lynx be recognized at the White House for being the 2015 WNBA Champions. It was the third time in five years that they made the journey; such an incredible feat that it prompted the Leader of the Free World to ask just whose house we were […]