We didn’t even know the season had started.

Ok. That’s a lie. We knew the season had started. In fact, we’re pretty big fans. We make sure to Tivo all the big games. We own jerseys of our favorite players. When we’re playing pick-up basketball we pretend that we’re… Ok. Ok. We didn’t know the season had started.

Despite our meathead ignorance, the WBNA is back at it and just because a tree falls in the woods doesn’t mean it shouldn’t have an All-Star game. This year has caused a bit of a stir. Our two favorite players, Diana Taurasi and Simone Augustus, were left off this year’s All-Star squadrons. Lisa Leslie, another WNBA player who we hear is quite good, is in the top 5 in nearly every offensive and defensive category (she’s 16th in steals and assists) didn’t even make the starting five. Clearly, something is amiss. Perhaps the WNBA has been taking cues from MLB.

Really, we’d like to enjoy the WNBA. We’d like to enjoy the WNBA All-Star game. Unfortunately, it’s just not quite up to par with the men’s version. Even Google agrees.

(note: Simone Augustus and Diana Taurasi qualify as “our favorites” because we’ve heard that Simone Augustus is good and Pete once drunkenly argued that Diana Taurasi is attractive back when she was playing with UConn. In retrospect, we wouldn’t tag her as “attractive,” though she is considerably more attractive than Cheryl Miller.)

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  1. […] Alright. Alright. We knew it was on. However, it should be pointed out that we also know the WNBA All-Star Game is on tonight so our knowledge carries little weight (as if you didn’t already know.) […]


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