again played without Kara Lawson (bruised knee), reigning Sixth Woman of the Year Renee Montgomery (left ankle) and Tan White (broken right finger). It's uncertain when they'll return. "We've got to fight and be competitive until we
own share of injuries, continuing to play without Kara Lawson (bruised knee), Renee Montgomery (left ankle) and Tan White (broken right finger). It's uncertain when they'll return.
Thompson, Little lead Storm past Sun 78-65
putting her stamp on this team.'' Tina Charles led Connecticut (7-21) with 18 points, Renee Montgomery added 15 and Tan White 12. The Sun have lost six straight and nine of 10. They won the Eastern Conference regular season title last year
Fever 78, Sun 66
Jessica Davenport (left tibia stress fracture) is out for the season. Connecticut was without Kara Lawson (knee), Tan White (broken ring finger) and Renee Montgomery (left ankle sprain).
the case last Friday as Connecticut beat Washington 77-70 behind a career high-tying 26 points and six assists from Tan White and 17 points from Kelsey Griffin. The win ended a seven-game losing streak and the Sun have won two of their last
Fever beat Sun, clinch 9th straight playoff berth
rebounds for the Fever (15-16), who have won three of four. Kelsey Griffin had 14 points and seven rebounds and Tan White had 13 points for Sun (8-23), who lost for the eighth time in their last nine games. Rene Montgomery tied the score
Griffin said. The Sun played without key guards Lawson (bruised knee), Renee Montgomery (high left ankle sprain) and Tan White (broken right finger). Lawson, the team's second-leading scorer at 15.8 points per game, is a game-time decision
was shut down Sept. 6 to rest various injuries. Kara Lawson has been out since July 19 with a knee injury, and guard Tan White missed the last contest with a broken finger on her non-shooting hand. "I think having seven bodies has a lot to do
Dupree, Bonner lead Mercury past Sun, 76-68
trailing 21-12 late in the first period. However, Connecticut scored eight straight points in the second quarter and Tan White 's desperation 27-footer at the buzzer gave the Sun a 37-36 advantage at the break. Charles had a double-double
Sky 89, Sun 78
thought about it,'' Fowles said. ''But, just to think about how I got it done I think is pretty impressive.'' Tan White scored 16 points for Connecticut (7-17), which has lost five of six.