Women’s college basketball
South Carolina remains the Women’s college basketball elite, and the Indiana Fever hope to gain in the draft from the generational potential powering the Gamecocks’ push for a repeat. It’s time for the first mailbag of the collegiate season, with a heavy sprinkling of WNBA, since there is no offseason, as we all know.
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Is there any push in the WNBA for owners to follow Mark Davis’ lead and invest in the coach and team? If not, what is preventing these business owners from succeeding? Laura I. –
There is nothing in the collective bargaining agreement that prevents Women’s college basketball clubs from spending money on head-coaching salaries or specialized WNBA practice facilities as Davis does. Some ownership groups don’t have the money that Davis has on Women’s college basketball, which restricts what they can accomplish, but there are owners with vast wallets who haven’t displayed the same excitement for their WNBA teams that Davis does.