WNBA Gets Less Competitive

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jhanson - January 28, 2015

It's annoying how NBA players basically blow each other on the court before games these days and whisper about getting drinks later. What happened to the good old days when they race baited each other and went for paralyzing undercuts on the fast break? I've never watched a WNBA game out of self respect but two players on different teams who both play the post getting married can't be good for competition. Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury is currently engaged to Glory Johnson of the Tulsa Shock. This should mark the first time in the history of competitive sports when a married couple has to guard each other. Griner, at 6'8", is one of the best players in the league and her fans brag with a straight face how she's able to dunk. If you can't dunk at 6'8" you should be ground down to make gravy. Glory Johnson is also pretty good, so I might actually watch these two bump and grind on the block. Will they extend a hand to help each other up after a nasty elbow or just play it cool and pretend they aren't married while their teammates awkwardly play along. Give her a smack on the bum. Chivalry isn't dead. We'll talk about it later.

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