This post is part of a series on WNBA coaching staffs in order to better understand each staff’s history and experience in women’s basketball and the game of basketball more widely. Head Coach: Curt Miller Curt Miller enters his third season with the Connecticut Sun, serving as head coach and general manager. He led a turnaround from his first year record of 14 – 20 to finish the 2017 season with a 21 – 13 record and a second-round loss in the Playoffs. Prior to taking over the top coaching job for the Sun, Miller’s basketball history goes back to the early 1990s. Miller wasRead More →

This post is part of a series on WNBA coaching staffs in order to better understand each staff’s history and experience in women’s basketball and the game of basketball more widely. Head Coach: Amber Stocks Amber Stocks enters her second season as GM and head coach for the Chicago Sky in her fourth year in the league, but her time in women’s basketball goes back a couple of decades to her time as a player at the University of Cincinnati. Stocks played 116 games, starting 99, for the Bearcats from 1995 to 1999. She was also a track and field athlete in college and earnedRead More →

This post is part of a series on WNBA coaching staffs in order to better understand each staff’s history and experience in women’s basketball and the game of basketball more widely. Head Coach: Nicki Collen Nicki Collen is a relative newcomer to the WNBA, but she has left her fingerprints are all over women’s basketball history for over 25 years. Growing up in Indiana and Wisconsin, Collen spent time playing college basketball in both states. As a point guard, she was a part of the 1994 and 1995 Big Ten champion Purdue women’s basketball teams. Those teams advanced to the Final Four and Elite Eight,Read More →