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Quentin McCall (Q McCall)

http://www.swishappeal.com/

@qmccall3

Seattle

About Q McCall:

(From www.swishappeal.com) Quentin McCall currently writes for SwishAppeal.com and started the Rethinking Basketball blog in 2008 as a public journal of his thoughts about the WNBA from a NBA fan’s perspective. Based in Seattle, he has followed the Storm most closely during the 2009 season, but follows as many games as time and WNBA LiveAccess permit. As part of his own efforts to learn the game, "Q." has used a combination of advanced statistics and observation to better understand the game and provide rich analyses of the sport he loves. His enjoyment of the WNBA has led to an interest in NCAA women’s basketball and at the conclusion of the WNBA season, he will begin covering Seattle-area NCAA basketball as well.

Q McCall's Favorite Sports:

Basketball, NBA, W College Hoops, WNBA, Men's Football, Soccer

Q McCall's Posts:

"The Spiritual Significance of Pride"
posted on June 27, 2010 at 1:51pm

While people often see spirituality and the LGBT pride as antithetical to one another, Rev. Patrick S. Cheng describes the spirtitual significance of Pride Month....more

Pappano on Title IX: “It’s been slow progress and we certainly are not there yet.”
posted on December 26, 2009 at 5:44pm

  The institutionalization of any movement’s ideals – whether that be educational ideals at the local level or political ideals at the national level – is often a double-edged sword: although it may represent a “victory&rdq...more

Q McCall's blog is a member of the Women Talk Sports Network:

Swish Appeal

In keeping with SB Nation’s innovative use of social media in reshaping sports journalism, our vision is a women's basketball site that goes beyond merely providing game reports; instead, we want to capture the narratives that fuel our passion for the game, while maintaining the critical stance that helps us understand the game better.

2014 WNBA Draft recap: The big winners and great value drafts
The biggest winners in this draft are probably clear, but there are a few other teams who should be given credit for using their draft picks well. A few hours before Monday's draft, I was discussing prospects and other rumors with M Robinson when we h...[Read on]
Missouri's Bri Kulas blogs about the experience of hearing her name called during the 2014 WNBA Draft
In our latest guest blog, Missouri's Bri Kulas recounts the experience of waiting for the San Antonio Stars to select her with the 28th pick of the 2014 WNBA Draft and her experience of training camp. Monday night was a moment in my life when I realize...[Read on]
2013-14 Chicago Sky offseason: Sky bolster their frontcourt in the 2014 WNBA draft
After earning their first-ever playoff berth in 2013, the Chicago Sky will look to win their first playoff game and advance beyond the first round in 2014. Now without further or do, let's take a quick look.   1. Brittney Griner, Phoenix Mercury...[Read on]
Sun trade former MVP Charles to Liberty, select Ogwumike No. 1 in 2014 WNBA Draft
Connecticut selects Stanford star Chiney Ogwumike with the No. 1 pick in the WNBA Draft and trades Tina Charles to the New York Liberty for Kelsey Bone and the rights to Alyssa Thomas. UNCASVILLE, Conn. – The Connecticut Sun went 10-24 in 2013. I...[Read on]
2014 WNBA draft prospect profile: Bria Hartley, UConn
Projecting a starring role for Bria Hartley in the WNBA is difficult statistically, but her combination of distributing and scoring efficiency could make her a big contributor as a combo guard in the right situation. By almost any reasonable standard, ...[Read on]
Stefanie Dolson's defensive presence at UConn and potential as a 2014 WNBA prospect
UConn center Stefanie Dolson gained national recognition for her defensive ability in winning the WBCA Defensive Player of the Year award. Yet it might be her passing ability that really sets her apart from other centers as a 2014 WNBA draft prospect. ...[Read on]
2014 WNBA draft prospect profile: Meighan Simmons, Tennessee
Over the course of the 2013-14 NCAA season, we've been watching a set of 10 WNBA prospects closely. With the draft just a few days away, we'll be taking a closer look at a few of them. Just to establish a structure, I'll begin with a profile of WNBA dra...[Read on]
The Swish Appeal Podcast, Episode 1 - featuring Pokey Chatman, Amber Cox, and Doug Feinberg
Welcome to the newest feature on Swish Appeal - our first podcast! Editor's note: Please welcome Michael S. Brown to Swish Appeal, who is our newest contributor to the site. Mike will be the Producer and Host of The Swish Appeal Podcast, where he will...[Read on]
Rocky Top Talk/Swish Appeal bracket challenge results: Crowning the champion
We have a winner in our bracket challenge. < blockquote lang="en"> < p>I won the @SwishAppeal Women's Bracket Challenge though! ...[Read on]
Kelly Graves named new Oregon women's basketball coach
Oregon has hired Kelly Graves as their new head coach to replace Paul Westhead. For more on the story, check out SB Nation's Oregon site Addicted to Quack. ...[Read on]