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Graham Hays espnW.com 

No. 3 Louisville improves to 19-0 with a 100-67 win against No. 2 Notre Dame. Asia Durr and Myisha Hines-Allen combine for 67 points on their own. Cardinals will play at No. 1 UConn next month.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Louisville's Asia Durr and Myisha Hines-Allen alone outscored Notre Dame 39-28 in the first half. Overall, Cardinals lead 56-28 at halftime, shooting 72 percent in a command performance.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Louisville scores 33 points in first quarter, more than seven of Notre Dame's first 16 opponents scored in the first half. Every Louisville starter hit at least one shot from the floor.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Is there life beyond UConn in women's basketball? No. 2 Notre Dame takes on unbeaten No. 3 Louisville tonight.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Connecticut associate head coach Chris Dailey handing the microphone to Geno Auriemma. Dailey has been next to Auriemma for all 1,000 wins at Connecticut. Auriemma: "That's how you keep someone around for 32 years, you let them think everything is their idea. And most of the time it is."

Katie Barnes espnW.com 

Great moment between UConn alumna Tina Charles and Oklahoma senior Vionise Pierre-Louis. Charles came up to her as the Oklahoma bench was clearing post-game and said some words of encouragement before taking a photo with Pierre-Louis.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

UConn of players showering Geno Auriemma with confetti after win No. 1,000. He becomes fastest coach in women's basketball to that milestone.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

No. 1 Connecticut leads Oklahoma 48-33 at the half as Geno Auriemma looks for win No. 1,000. The Sooners are playing composed and with energy, getting some 3s from Maddie Manning ... and still trail by 15. That about sums up the Auriemma era.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

As Geno Auriemma looks for career win No. 1000, worth noting that 29 percent of his losses came in his first three seasons. He's 956-96 since then:

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Connecticut takes on Oklahoma with Geno Auriemma looking for win No. 1000. He would be the fasted women's college basketball coach to the mark. He could also lose every game between now and roughly the 2045-46 season and still be .500.

Kerry Callahan ESPN 

My Old Kentucky Home - Coaches Edition. (Mitchell). LOU v UK 3et SEC Network

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Kerry Callahan ESPN 

Battle for State Supremacy! Louisville vs Kentucky 3et SEC Network

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Graham Hays espnW.com 

No. 11 Tennessee and No. 2 Texas meet in Knoxville, a matchup of women's basketball programs ranked first and fifth, respectively, in all-time wins. This is the 39th all-time meeting, with both teams ranked in 32 of those. Here Tennessee takes the court coming through the stands

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Before tonight's game against Michigan State, Notre Dame unveils banner honoring coach Muffet McGraw's induction this year in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. McGraw just reached 1,000 games at Notre Dame.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

After a tough loss at Connecticut on Sunday, No. 3 Notre Dame women's basketball plays its first home game in nearly a month tonight against Michigan State. Anyone who followed the Irish, Grateful Dead style, for their seven consecutive road games would have put more than 8,000 miles on the odometer.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

NCAA president Mark Emmert on trying to increase hiring of women and minorities in coaching and leadership positions: "We can't [legally] put in place a Rooney rule. You can't mandate that any one school do any one thing. ... You continue to educate and develop and support women and minorities moving up through the ranks."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Mark Emmert says the NCAA board will explore possibly hosting NCAA events in the state of Nevada. The NCAA currently prohibits having events in a state where sports gambling is legal.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Asia Durr looked like the best player in the country in the first quarter of the Preseason WNIT final and No. 5 Louisville outscored No. 10 Oregon by nine points. Durr sat almost the whole second quarter in foul trouble and Louisville outscored Oregon by seven points. Suffice to say, it is all Cardinals in the Yum Center.

Graham Hays espnW.com 

Louisville's Asia Durr missed her first two shots, then didn't miss again in first quarter of Preseason WNIT final against Oregon. Her 14 points in the quarter match Ducks as Louisville leads 23-14.

Dan Murphy ESPN Staff Writer 

The Big Ten officially announced plans to expand its basketball conference schedule today. Men will play 20 league games and women will play 18 starting next year. The additions will focus on creating more meetings between in-state and regional rivals.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The WNBA title will be decided by tonight's Game 5 between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Minnesota Lynx. It's the third straight year with a decisive Game 5. The Lynx won in 2015, and the Sparks beat the Lynx in Game 5 last year. The Sparks and Lynx have identical point totals over their last 12 head-to-head meetings.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Halftime: Lynx 43, Sparks 31

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

LA mayor Eric Garcetti is here to watch the LA Sparks.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Candace Parker before Game 4 of the WNBA Finals.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The WNBA championship is in the house. The LA Sparks can win it tonight if they beat the Lynx.