For the past few weeks, the Dishin & Swishin podcast brought you some of the best journalists and former players breaking down each round of the NCAA women’s basketball tournament.
They took a different approach to the Finals this week. Want to know what WNBA coaches think of the Baylor-Notre Dame match up?
This podcast, Seattle Storm head coach and general manager Brian Agler, Tulsa Shock head coach Gary Kloppenburg, and I will look at the two teams, their seasons and the championship game itself.
The conversation included defending and attacking Brittney Griner; the performances of Odyssey Sims and Skylar Diggins; how to combat a physically dominant team like Baylor; the approach each team took to defending the other; and the difficulty of winning when the expectations are high when you have the best player and when you have a physically dominating player.
There is even a (small) glance at the refereeing (hey, they have to work with these refs!)… not by me though, I know better. I’m an assistant, we get in WAY too much trouble if we speak to officials. I’ll leave that up to the big dogs!
From Dishin’ & Swishin’ host David Siegel:
“Three of the best minds in women’s basketball share their thoughts and insights from when they watched not only this game, but Baylor, Notre Dame and some of their opponents over the season.
As we bring closure to the NCAA season and get ready for the WNBA draft, I can think of no better finale.”