SWIN CASH RUMORS & GOSSIP

In her own words: Swin Cash talks about retirement and Black Lives Matter

Excelle Sports caught up with Swin Cash recently to talk about the experience of her career ending, her role in 2016’s athlete protests, and how she thinks about the transition ahead. On seeing Tamika Catchings play her final game “It was tough to watch, obviously. It was weird. But also, made me have that heightened sense of urgency… you prepare all year long, and you feel...
Via Excelle Sports
October 07, 2016

WATCH: New York Liberty teammates pay ‘tribute’ to retiring Swin Cash

With her WNBA career coming to a close at the end of this season, Swin Cash will be leaving the game as an all time great. It’s not just the stats–though she’ll end her career ranked in the top-15 in scoring, rebounding, assists, and games played in WNBA history. “While my playing career will soon be coming to an end, I will never be able to completely walk away. I care...
Via Excelle Sports
September 01, 2016

Veteran Swin Cash re-signs with New York Liberty

NEW YORK (AP) The Liberty re-signed veteran Swin Cash 10 days after cutting her for salary cap reasons. The forward was released before the season started to save salary cap space, and the team waited the minimum time required by league rules before signing her on Tuesday. The 36-year-old Cash started 28 games for New York last season, averaging 17 minutes and 4.5 points and...
Via Associated Press
May 24, 2016  |  Discuss

Swin Cash an excellent addition to March Madness coverage

Swin Cash is one of the newer faces on the CBS/Turner network family of March Madness coverage, and she has been a great addition. Cash is a former UConn women’s basketball star who plays for the New York Liberty in the WNBA. She is a two-time WNBA league MVP, so obviously she’s knowledgeable about basketball. But more than that, she is able to communicate in a fun and entertaining...
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 17, 2016  |  Discuss

Nate Robinson calls out Gilbert Arenas over sexist comments

On Tuesday, Gilbert Arenas used his Instagram account to share some pretty sexist thoughts on the WNBA. Not surprisingly, he has received more than a little backlash for it. Among those to have an issue with what Arenas said is Swin Cash of the New York Liberty, who said he needs a hug and attention. Next up, is Nate Robinson. Robinson used his Instagram account in a much different...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Swin Cash rips Gilbert Arenas over sexist WNBA comments

Gilbert Arenas made some ridiculously dumb comments about the WNBA on his Instagram page this week, and there is sure to be backlash. Some of it has already come in the form of a few tweets from women’s basketball star Swin Cash. Cash, a New York Liberty forward who won two national championships at UConn, believes Arenas is just looking for attention and people are giving him...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Charles, Cash lead Liberty past Dream in opener, 82-73

NEW YORK (AP) Tina Charles had 17 points and 12 rebounds, Swin Cash scored 11 of her 15 points off the bench in the final 12 minutes and the New York Liberty held off the Atlanta Dream 82-73 in their WNBA season opener Friday night. New York relied on its deep bench. In addition to Cash, the Liberty got 14 points from Brittany Boyd as the bench combined to outscore the starting...
Via Associated Press
June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Liberty re-sign veteran forward Swin Cash

NEW YORK (AP) The New York Liberty have re-signed forward Swin Cash. The 13-year veteran averaged 4.5 points and 2.9 rebounds in 15 games with New York after being acquired from Atlanta last July. Cash had previously spent six seasons playing for Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer in Detroit and winning the WNBA title in 2006. ''Swin understands the game and how it should be played, and...
Via Associated Press
April 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Dream trade for Milton-Jones in 1-for-1 swap with Liberty

ATLANTA -- The Atlanta Dream, the current top seed in the WNBA's East Conference, acquired two-time all-star Delisha Milton-Jones from the New York Liberty on Wednesday, a 1-for-1 swap that sent Swin Cash to New York. Milton-Jones, a 16-year veteran, won titles with the Los Angeles Sparks in 2001 and '02 -- clubs led by current Dream coach Michael Cooper. "We are excited to add Delisha...
Via Fox Sports South
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Dream land four-time All-Star Cash in trade with Sky

The Dream have bolstered their lineup with the addition of four-time All-Star Swin Cash. Atlanta acquired the forward from the Sky in a trade that sends guard Courtney Clements to Chicago, along with a second-round draft pick in 2015. The Dream also received the Sky's 2015 third-round selection. "We are thrilled to add an outstanding player like Swin to our roster," said Dream Executive...
Via Fox Sports South
May 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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