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My name is Rebecca. Some of you might know me as Queenie, others as NYCScribbler, yet others as "HEY! You in the Lobo jersey! Pipe down!" In no wise are you to call me Becky. That's an old antipathy from my infancy, though it's certainly grown stronger in the last eight years.

I've been a WNBA and New York Liberty fan since day one, and a college fan since about 2004. I hold season tickets to the Liberty and the Red Storm of St. John's, but I have a tendency to pop up in a lot of other places as well.

In case you're wondering, that's me in the profile image, in the background of a game at Mohegan Sun Arena.

When I'm not watching basketball, talking about basketball, posting about basketball, or thinking about basketball... I'm probably sleeping. Even then, my brain has been spotted casting WNBA players in my dreams, and every season brings with it the recurring nightmare of having gotten to the arena and forgotten my tickets.

I write the "Game Notes of Doom". They are opinionated, lengthy, often profane, and occasionally profound. Here I hope to touch upon matters less specific than individual games- less beat writer, more columnist. So far, no dice.

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  • Soccer Sky Blue FC
  • General New York Liberty
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Pirates raid Riverhawks

We've discovered the secret ingredient in Tab, but it's PG-rated. (Hint: it also comes in cans.)

St. John's surges back against Harvard

Spelling doesn't matter. Talent does.

Rutgers holds off Texas Tech

Chaos, disorder, and mayhem- their work is done. And I mean it as a compliment.

LSU holds on over Michigan

They might not have come away victors, but they most definitely came away valiant.

Yellow Jackets sting Cowgirls

In which age and experience outshine youth and fame.

Southern Utah claims consolation

The journey of two double-headers starts with a single game.

LSU holds off Rutgers

Hold that Tiger! No, no, not literally, folks, enough with the fouls.

Thompson comes up big for Wolverines

It's never too early for basketball... but sometimes it's awfully early for basketball.

Handford too hot to handle

I'm almost becoming bored with describing Aliyyah Handford's skill. *Almost.*

Fordham slaps down Pacific

Erin Rooney can beat you even with her eyes closed.

Red Storm weather dogged Terriers

We thought this was going to be easy. It turned out to be a trap.

Onyeuku, Thomas, power Pride victory

This should be a witty and useful blurb, and yet all I can think of is people falling down.

St. John's wins big in home opener

This might be Aliyyah Handford's year.

San Francisco shuts down Columbia late

We heard you like free throws, so we put free throws in your free throws.

Falcons pull out a thriller over Iona

Too early for a mid-major deathmatch?

Wolverines claw back to OT win

When you get right down to the real nitty-gritty... well, that's when you have to get down to the real nitty-grity.

Rams batter away at Dons D

It might be cold outside, but the outside shooting was blazing at Rose Hill.

Seton Hall surges back in preseason opener

Nothing gets you back in the saddle again like overtime in an exhibition.

Hill leads the way for Washington

All things must come to an end.

Mystics shoot down Sun

Apparently women do dig the long ball.

Dual threat powers Mercury

Losing is supposed to feel *bad*, right?

McCoughtry and de Souza lead Atlanta

The long slow agonizing ending continues to spiral on.

Fever overwhelms Liberty

If you get out to a 14-0 lead, you *should* win the game.

Whalen leads Lynx against Liberty

Holding Seimone Augustus to single digits is a winning plan, right? RIGHT?

Liberty hang tough on the road

You think the Sun might be ingratiating themselves to the fans for some reason?

Mystics get by Liberty

Washington withstood a 14-0 first half run by New York to pull out the road win 66-57. Matee Ajavon had 16 points and seven assists for the Mystics. New York was led by the 14 points of Katie Smith.

Lavender steps up in Sparks win

Just the Facts, Ma'am: The Los Angeles Sparks continued their successful East Coast road trip with a resounding 85-67 win at the New York Liberty. Jantel Lavender led the Sparks off the bench with...

Lavender and Toliver lead LA attack

What's better than going to one game? Go ahead. Guess. That's right. Going to TWO games!

Fourth quarter marks turnaround for Liberty

For the first three quarters, it looked like just another one of those days.

Second-half runs power Sun over Liberty

Scoring lots of points in the second half can help a team win, or it can just make your stats look real pretty.

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