LaSondra Barrett

#55SG,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 180
Born:
College: LSU
Birth Place: Jackson, Mississippi
  • Preview: EDD and the Mystics face off against the Lynx without Thibault
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    Preview: EDD and the Mystics face off against the Lynx without Thibault

    The Mystics play the Lynx on Friday on the road. Here’s a preview. Game Info When and Where: Xcel Energy Center, June 23 at 8 p.m. ET Streaming: WatchESPN TV: ESPN2 Who’s out: Mike Thibault and Eric Thibault are out for the Mystics due to bereavement leave. Emma Meesseman’s still hanging out at Tomas Satoransky’s house in Prague. Everyone else is available. What to look for How will Marianne Stanley manage as the only coach on Friday? That’s the million dollar question. The head coach and one of the two assistants are out for this one. It’s possible that the other basketball operations staff members will get an opportunity to be assistant coaches for one night (or two). But things will be a bit

  • Chelsea GK Thibaut Courtois gives shoutout to the Belgian Cats
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    Chelsea GK Thibaut Courtois gives shoutout to the Belgian Cats

    Emma Meesseman and Belgium have been killing it in EuroBasket Women 2017, where they made the semifinals and clinched a FIBA World Cup berth for the first time in history. As you might expect, people in Belgium are starting to turn their heads. That includes some other famous sports stars, including some of Belgium’s most popular athletes like Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. On Thursday, he gave a shoutout to the Belgian women’s national team after their win over Italy on Thursday. In a tweet, he wrote, “Congratulations Belgian Cats! Now, onto the final!” in Dutch. It isn’t the first time Courtois mentioned Belgium’s women’s basketball team in social media. He retweeted a Flemish recap of

  • Lynx's Fowles is the frontrunner for WNBA MVP
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    Lynx's Fowles is the frontrunner for WNBA MVP

    Pat Borzi's three-decade career in journalism has taken him from Long Island to South Florida to New England to New Jersey and on to Minneapolis. He covered the declining years of Larry Bird and the Boston Celtics for the Portland (Maine) Press Herald, and the rise of the latest Yankee dynasty for the Newark (N.J.) Star Ledger. MINNEAPOLIS -- Seimone Augustus knows Sylvia Fowles better than anyone else on the Minnesota Lynx. Before they won a WNBA championship and three Olympic gold medals together, they were teammates for two seasons at LSU, reaching the Final Four in 2005 and '06 and sharing the heartbreak of two semifinal losses, the first as the tournament's No. 1 seed. That shared history