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Kathy Goodman: Hope springs eternal
We did not play a good game on Thursday night against the Washington Mystics, so I was, not surprisingly, a little pessimistic coming into Sundays game against the Atlanta Dream, which is atop of the Eastern Conference. I took some time on Saturday to get a little perspective and inspiration by visiting the Martin Luther King Center and the Carter Center in downtown Atlanta. By game time, I was fairly philosophical and just wanted us to play some good basketball, win or lose. So why is it the Sparks had to start so strong and get my hopes up all over again? We knew Erica DeSouza and Sancho Lyttle were going to be tough in the post. With Iziane Castro Marques and Angel McCoughtry running around shooting from anywhere, we had to keep our composure, play smart defense and aggressive offense to stand a chance. We were a tough team in the first half, getting their bigs in foul trouble and locking up their shooters. When the first half ended, DeSouza and Lyttle had spent most of their time on the bench with a combined five fouls, and McCoughtry and Castro Marques had shot a combined 5 of 21. The Sparks, on the other hand, had three players in double digits and Ticha Penecheiro had dished out five assists. We had led by as many as 16, but a late flurry by Atlanta cut the lead to 11 at the half. I was happy we were playing the kind of basketball I knew we could play. Atlanta was playing hard, but we were definitely hustling for rebounds and loose balls, playing hard and together.And then the third quarter started. The opening three minutes of the third quarter reminded me of Washington all over again. Atlanta came out with intensity and we couldnt stop them. In three short minutes, they went on an 11-4 run, cutting our lead to four. We settled down a little bit then and for the rest of the quarter, we held them off, but all our hard work of the first half was lost. We entered the fourth quarter with a slim lead 65-63 but that was almost solely because Atlanta had shot so poorly from the free throw line. The Dream had missed six of their 10 third-quarter free throws. As the fourth quarter began, I was wondering whether I would have preferred it if I thought we had never had a chance in the game. Atlanta was first in the East; the Dream had scored over 100 points when we played them in Staples earlier in the season; I didnt have a real reason to be hopeful. Except that first half. When we played the kind of basketball I knew our team could play. If they played like the first-half Sparks, wed be good. If they played like the team that played the first three minutes of the third quarter, it would be hard. Although we started the final period by pushing the lead to four, in less than two minutes, Atlanta forced a tie. Philips Arena, which had been fairly quiet during the game, erupted. Within another minute, the Dream took the lead for the first time and never looked back. Castro Marques, who had been held to four points in the first half, exploded for 21 in the second half. Yelena Leuchanka, coming off the bench for DeSouza, scored six of her eight points in the fourth quarter, all in the paint. We just couldnt hold on through the fourth quarter. The Dream won, 89-81. I wanted those three minutes back at the beginning of the third quarter, but I thought the tradeoff might be that Atlanta would have the chance to retake some of their free throws (they made only 19 of 35.) In the end, though, I just cant help remembering those first-half Sparks. We are still just a game out of fourth, two games out of second in the West. We play New York on Tuesday night at Staples Center. Hope springs eternal. I think we can win that one.-- Kathy Goodman, co-owner of the L.A. Sparks
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Kathy Goodman: Omens
I hit LAX to get on the red-eye to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday night in order to see the Sparks play the Washington Mystics on Thursday. I was hoping to get into first class, but the gate agent told me that I was No. 3 on the list and there was only one unclaimed seat in first. Oh well. I can sleep anywhere, so I got on the plane when my group was called and settled into my coach seat. About three minutes before the flight was about to take off, a flight attendant came to our row. Katherine? she said, looking at me inquisitively. I saw a boarding pass in her hand. Do you want it? she asked. It was seat 3A, and it took about 20 seconds for me to be heading up to the front of the plane. I sent a text to my co-owner Carla Christofferson: Got a last-minute upgrade. Am suddenly feeling very optimistic about this road trip. Good things are coming.We spend our lives looking for evidence of what is to come in the events that are happening to us now. I didnt expect to win on our Eastern road trip the East has been killing the West all season long. We had beaten Washington in our last meeting, but we had Candace Parker and Betty Lennox, both of whom are now sidelined with injuries. So I didnt get on the plane with high expectations. But the unexpected upgrade seemed like a symbolic echo of an unexpected win. (This is what comes of teaching high school English I spend a lot of time imposing metaphors and symbolic thinking on real life.) This is now officially my story of how there is no such thing as a good omen. Maybe the magic voodoo of the upgrade was evened out by the fact that my room was not ready when I hit the hotel at 6 a.m. and I had to find a way to kill 3 1/2 hours before I could take a shower. But the hotel staff told me when I checked in that they didnt think they would have a room until 10:30 or 11, so when they handed me a key at 9:30, I thought it was another symbolic windfall of unexpected good fortune signaling the good that was still to come on the basketball court.It is perhaps noticeable that I have written very little about the basketball game itself. Let me cut to the chase. We lost. The Mystics won, 68-53. I thought a lot during the game about what I was going to write, but although I thought our game against San Antonio earlier in the season was the low point, this game put that one to shame. It was, plain and simple, terrible basketball. It was no fun to watch and it is no fun to recap.One of the very few high notes: Katie Smith was held to zero points, which seemed to be our one defensive achievement of the game, since she is the most prolific scorer in womens professional basketball. Of course, they didnt need Katie Smiths points because Crystal Langhorne scored a career-high 27 points. Both Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton and Kristi Toliver played admirably off the bench (Toliver led the team with 11 points), and Noelle Quinn was our standout starter (with 10 points and seven rebounds.) But otherwise, it was pretty ugly basketball. We perked up a bit in the third quarter when we cut the Mystics lead to six, but that was as close as we got, and it was just generally not a good game. What I thought were omens of good fortune were merely good fortune in and of themselves to be enjoyed as they happened in the moment. So, I have decided to stop thinking about last-minute upgrades, lucky shoes, the mystical shirt or anything else and instead just to live in the moment.Were flying to Atlanta tomorrow for a game on Sunday afternoon. I am making no predictions. I will just let it unfold.-- Kathy Goodman, co-owner of the L.A. Sparks
Duecentosei ossa di Kathy Reichs
Con 'Duecentosei ossa', pubblicato in Italia da Rizzoli, Kathy Reichs ci regala il ritratto pi? intenso ed emozionante della sua coraggiosa eroina, l?antropologa forense Temperance Brennan, e costruisce un thriller trascinante, che non concede tregua fino alla sconvolgente rivelazione finale.
Kathy Goodman: in the Moment
I am not sure how to describe my mood coming into Thursday nights game against the San Antonio Silver Stars. Resigned may be the best word. I knew what our team was capable of. I knew we were far from out of the running in the Western Conference if we could get a couple of wins, especially since Minnesota had lost its game earlier in the evening. I knew our next three games this one, Saturday afternoon and Tuesday night were going to be crucial since they were against Western Conference teams. I also knew that we had a very long losing streak behind us. San Antonio was in second place in the West, and we had played a terrible game of basketball against them in San Antonio earlier in the season, but I knew our players were just sick of losing. So I decided to try my best to live in the moment not celebrate an early lead or despair at early setbacks just let the game unfold. The game opened with a defensive rebound by the Sparks, followed by a three-point basket by Delisha Milton-Jones. I tried to stay in the moment and not see this as a sign of good things to come. By the time we got to the end of the first quarter, I was seeing some good things: San Antonio had twice as many turnovers as we did, and we had a third more assists than they did. But I also saw they had the rebounding edge and were beating us on both points in the paint and second-chance points. But we were actually winning the game 18-12. Still, a lot of basketball left. I resisted the impulse to project a positive outcome. The second quarter was even better. We led the Silver Stars in every major statistic: field goal percentage, rebounds, assists, steals, blocks. We outscored them in the paint and in second-chance points. And we just flat outscored them, leading by 15 points going into halftime, 39-24. But I had been there before. I was not going to let a big halftime lead lull me into a false sense of confidence. Our team had made an art of letting leads slip away in the blink of an eye in the third quarter. I wasnt going to give in to optimism. I was going to let it all continue to unfold. The third quarter started with a Sparks turnover and foul. Oh no, I thought. I have seen this too often this season. But the Silver Stars werent any better off, and it took a good minute and a half before anyone scored and it was Tina Thompson on free throws. Well, I thought, I dont care if theres no scoring in the third, as long as we can keep this lead! But then, there it was: the Big Third Quarter Run. San Antonio reeled off 10 straight points over the next three minutes, capped off with a Becky Hammon three-point basket. San Antonio had cut our lead to seven. Marie Ferdinand-Harris came back with what looked like a last-second three to get the lead back up to 10 again, but after review, the referees waived it off and ruled it a shot clock violation, and the Silver Stars kept shooting. Over the last 4-1/2 minutes of the quarter, they went on a 14-7 run, erasing our entire first-half lead and even taking the lead for a bit. When we got to the end of the third with a 48-48 tie, though, I refused to give into defeatism. I had withheld a prediction of a win based on our first-half lead, so I wouldnt predict a loss based on our third-quarter slide. Ten more minutes of basketball. By now, Phoenix had finished its game and had lost. With Minnesota and Phoenix both losing, I knew that if we did lose this game, it wouldnt be devastating, but a win would give us a big boost in the standings. The fourth quarter opened with a Sparks turnover and the first fast-break points of the game, courtesy of Hammon. I was trying really hard to just stay in the moment and not think of the outcome. The score stayed close for the next 5 minutes we led by as much as four, but then San Antonio regained the lead. I knew the game was going to break open one way or another. With just under 5 minutes left in the game, it did. The Sparks went on a 12-0 run and with 1:46 left in the game and we led by 11. The end of the game was in sight. I let myself go and started celebrating with the rest of the arena. With under a minute left and the Sparks up by nine, San Antonio started fouling, and our fans started dancing. We had waited patiently for this final moment. Sparks win, 73-63.A moment worth waiting for.-- Kathy Goodman, co-owner of the L.A. Sparks
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Kathy Goodman: Omens
I hit LAX to get on the red-eye to Washington, D.C., on Wednesday night in order to see the Sparks play the Washington Mystics on Thursday. I was hoping to get into first class, but the gate agent told me that I was No. 3 on the list and there was only one unclaimed seat in first. Oh well. I can sleep anywhere, so I got on the plane when my group was called and settled into my coach seat. About three minutes before the flight was about to take off, a flight attendant came to our row. Katherine? she said, looking at me inquisitively. I saw a boarding pass in her hand. Do you want it? she asked. It was seat 3A, and it took about 20 seconds for me to be heading up to the front of the plane. I sent a text to my co-owner Carla Christofferson: Got a last-minute upgrade. Am suddenly feeling very optimistic about this road trip. Good things are coming.We spend our lives looking for evidence of what is to come in the events that are happening to us now. I didnt expect to win on our Eastern road trip the East has been killing the West all season long. We had beaten Washington in our last meeting, but we had Candace Parker and Betty Lennox, both of whom are now sidelined with injuries. So I didnt get on the plane with high expectations. But the unexpected upgrade seemed like a symbolic echo of an unexpected win. (This is what comes of teaching high school English I spend a lot of time imposing metaphors and symbolic thinking on real life.) This is now officially my story of how there is no such thing as a good omen. Maybe the magic voodoo of the upgrade was evened out by the fact that my room was not ready when I hit the hotel at 6 a.m. and I had to find a way to kill 3 1/2 hours before I could take a shower. But the hotel staff told me when I checked in that they didnt think they would have a room until 10:30 or 11, so when they handed me a key at 9:30, I thought it was another symbolic windfall of unexpected good fortune signaling the good that was still to come on the basketball court.It is perhaps noticeable that I have written very little about the basketball game itself. Let me cut to the chase. We lost. The Mystics won, 68-53. I thought a lot during the game about what I was going to write, but although I thought our game against San Antonio earlier in the season was the low point, this game put that one to shame. It was, plain and simple, terrible basketball. It was no fun to watch and it is no fun to recap.One of the very few high notes: Katie Smith was held to zero points, which seemed to be our one defensive achievement of the game, since she is the most prolific scorer in womens professional basketball. Of course, they didnt need Katie Smiths points because Crystal Langhorne scored a career-high 27 points. Both Lindsay Wisdom-Hylton and Kristi Toliver played admirably off the bench (Toliver led the team with 11 points), and Noelle Quinn was our standout starter (with 10 points and seven rebounds.) But otherwise, it was pretty ugly basketball. We perked up a bit in the third quarter when we cut the Mystics lead to six, but that was as close as we got, and it was just generally not a good game. What I thought were omens of good fortune were merely good fortune in and of themselves to be enjoyed as they happened in the moment. So, I have decided to stop thinking about last-minute upgrades, lucky shoes, the mystical shirt or anything else and instead just to live in the moment.Were flying to Atlanta tomorrow for a game on Sunday afternoon. I am making no predictions. I will just let it unfold.-- Kathy Goodman, co-owner of the L.A. Sparks
Kathy Goodman: Focus and Effort
The last time I played basketball -- the only time, really -- I was in eighth grade and my U.S. History teacher, who coached the eighth-grade team, asked me to join because I was tall. I knew the rules of basketball I had played it in gym class but had no actual basketball skills. But I liked my history teacher, so I joined the team. It became apparent pretty early in the process that I had no actual skills. I couldnt dribble; I couldnt pass; I couldnt shoot. My coach still played me, though, because the one thing I could do was rebound. It didnt require great athleticism or years of practice. It required focus and effort. I was reminded of that often during the Sparks 80-68 loss to the New York Liberty on Tuesday night. I could cover all the basic stats for this game, but the one that mattered and almost always matters in any basketball game was New Yorks rebounding edge. Often one of our issues as a team is our turnovers, but on Tuesday night, it was definitely all about rebounding. In the first quarter, when we had a slight lead, New York outrebounded us, 6-4. By the end of the game, New York had outrebounded the Sparks, 35-22. Even more important than the overall rebounding edge was New Yorks offensive rebounding edge of 14-8. We just could not get our hands on the ball once the shot went up. The Sparks tried to make a game of it, and we had some great offensive displays (shooting over 60% in the first quarter). We played some tough defense in many of the Liberty possessions, but too often we were undone by their superior rebounding. As if to make sure no one missed the point, New York put on an offensive scoring clinic in one stretch of the fourth quarter. The Sparks, down by 19, went on a two-minute offensive spurt with just over six minutes left in the game. We went on a 9-2 run, getting the fans back into the game, and putting a scare into the Liberty. With just over four minutes left, Noelle Quinn put up a three-point attempt that would have dropped the lead to single digits, but the ball rimmed out and New York grabbed that rebound. The Sparks then had six offensive stops in a row first Janel McCarville missed a jumper, then Nicole Powell missed; McCarville missed her next attempt followed by an Essence Carson miss; Delisha Milton-Jones blocked Carsons next layup attempt, and Essence Carson misfired one more time. This would have seemed like good news for the Sparks, except each miss was followed by an offensive rebound. Our two-minute scoring flurry was matched by two minutes of Liberty offensive rebounding, making it impossible for us to capitalize on their poor shooting. We did everything right defensively in each of those possessions -- except get the ball back at our end of the court. At the end of the game, I looked at the other games that had been played in the League. The other Western Conference teams keep helping us out: Phoenix, Tulsa and San Antonio all lost Tuesday night as well, keeping us in playoff contention. But just as New Yorks failure to make a shot in those waning two minutes of the fourth quarter didnt help us win this game, it wont be enough for other teams just to lose their games. If we want to take advantage of those losses, we will have to win some games. We play at home at Staples Center on Thursday, Saturday and next Tuesday night, all against Western Conference teams. If we want to win, just like getting rebounds, it will take focus and effort.-- Kathy Goodman, co-owner of the L.A. Sparks
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