Source: Duke, Lawson talk women's hoops job
Celtics assistant coach and former WNBA All-Star Kara Lawson has become the leading candidate to replace Joanne P. McCallie as Duke women's basketball coach, a source told ESPN.
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Maya Moore finally accomplishes goal of justice for Jonathan Irons
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One of the biggest coaching jobs in women's basketball is open, and the Duke vacancy will draw enormous interest. Here are 10 of the top candidates.
Duke women's coach McCallie won't return to program
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Vic Schaefer built Mississippi State into a title contender. Now he'll try to get Texas back in the top tier in women's college basketball.
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