Category Archives: New York Liberty

Liberty Begins Long Offseason After Early Playoff Exit

The one constant through the 2011 season and throughout the past two seasons has been Cappie Pondexter. Clearly one of, if not the best guard in the WNBA, Pondexter was all but

Hometown Girl Kia Vaughn Keeps Getting Better

If you never watched a Liberty game until this year, you would fall into the trap like many others who recognize Kia Vaughn’s skill, size and talent as those belonging to a

Liberty face do-or-die scenario tonight

There was no getting around it: the Liberty had to go on the road and steal a game if they were to have a shot at winning its first round series against

Liberty, Fever square off as WNBA Playoffs begin

Are you craving some good basketball? With owners and the NBA Players Association still squabbling, or shall I say not even talking to one another, the reality of watching regular season hoops

New York Liberty Must Head Into Postseason On A High Note

As I predicted last week, the Liberty dropped to fourth place in the Eastern Conference standings and are now in line to face No. 1 Indiana in the opening round of the

Playoff Picture Clearing Up For New York Liberty

The Liberty aren’t just hoping to steal a victory from Minnesota during this weekend’s home-and-home series with the Lynx. I think the best way to describe New York’s two games against the

Liberty Preparing for the Playoff Wars

As I’ve done all season long, I gave the Liberty the benefit of the doubt. I completed 90 percent of a blog post following the team’s loss to Seattle last week, touching

Latest Liberty Fan Poll Not So Great

The deadline to vote for the top three games in New York Liberty history is this Friday, but many fans are a little hesitant to actually cast a vote. Why you ask? Well,

Team’s pulse fades during Liberty losses

A funny thing happened to me at the gym this morning. With my iPod set on shuffle, Kanye West’s “All of the Lights” pumped through the headphones just as I hit the

Liberty need more consistency from their offense

Last night’s win at the Prudential Center set off a few signals in Liberty land, some suggesting the team has made tremendous strides while others waving a cautionary flag. Only few certainties

No Argument Here: Lobo Deserves Liberty Honors

The ballots are in and counted, and the fans have spoken: Rebecca Lobo will be the next Liberty legend inducted into the Ring of Honor. The former UConn standout and WNBA pioneer

Liberty, Mercury Swap Their Baggage

Well, whad’ya know – the Liberty were in the market to improve their roster for a playoff push, and they made a player-for-player deal with Phoenix a week before the trade deadline.