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Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Dream Nia Coffey pre-Seattle home presser (5.30.19) #sportsinquirer #wnba #dreamon

The Sports Inquirer attended the presser of Atlanta Dream player Nia Coffey following the team’s practice on May 30. Topics included winning the season opener at home against Dallas on May 24, preparing to play games in two consecutive days starting with a home contest against Seattle on May 31 and being part of a balanced team.

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Sports Inquirer Show 29 (8.28.18) #sportsinquirershow #sportsinquirer #atlantaunited #atlutd #mls #wwe #nxtbrooklyn #summerslam #wnba #atlantadream

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In this edition of The Sports Inquirer Show, we discuss:

  1. Atlanta United’s road win at Orlando City with audio from Josef Martinez, Tata Martino and Julian Gressel (3:00-18:00)
  2. Professional wrestling particularly WWE with recaps of SummerSlam and NXT: Brooklyn (19:00-45:00)
  3. The Miscellaneous department including the WNBA Playoffs, NFL preseason and the Urban Meyer saga at Ohio State. (45:00-59:00)

Backdoor Cut: Atlanta Dream postgame presser 8.26.18 #atlantadream #rwtd #wnba #wnbaplayoffs #sportsinquirer

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The Sports Inquirer attended the postgame presser of the Atlanta Dream featuring head coach Nicki Collen along with players Tiffany Hayes (15) and Alex Bentley (20) following the team’s 87-84 home loss to the Washington Mystics in game one of the WNBA Semifinals on Aug. 26. Bentley scored a team-high 19 points off the bench while Hayes scored 17 points. Topics included thoughts on the loss, struggling to defend Washington’s three-pointers and Elena Delle Donne, allowing 26 first-quarter points and making adjustments before the next contest.