Kim Mulkey gets good news after losing Angel Reese


Kim Mulkey gets good news after losing Angel Reese

LSU women’s basketball great Seimone Augustus will return as an assistant on Kim Mulkey’s staff


Seimone Augustus is honored by LSU in a ceremony prior to an NCAA...

Seimone Augustus is honored by LSU in a ceremony prior to an NCAA college basketball /LAPRESSE


Seimone Augustus, who led LSU to three straight NCAA Final Fours from 2004-06 and won three Olympic gold medals, will return to the Tigers as an assistant, coach Kim Mulkey announced Monday.

The 40-year-old Augustus in 2023 became the first LSU female athlete to have a statue built in her honor, and she will be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in October. She was inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame last month.

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“It is an exciting day for the LSU Women’s Basketball program to bring Seimone Augustus back to join our staff,” Mulkey said in a statement. “As a player at LSU, Seimone helped transform the program as the best player in the nation. She brought LSU to national prominence. She will be a tremendous member on our staff as someone with great experience who has excelled at every level of the game from high school in Baton Rouge to college to the WNBA to the Olympics.”

Augustus was 2006 WNBA rookie of the year after being the No. 1 overall draft pick by the Minnesota Lynx. She won four WNBA championships and was named MVP of the 2011 WNBA Finals and was an eight-time All-Star. She retired as a player following the 2020 season.

Augustus, an assistant coach for the Los Angeles Sparks in 2021, will fill the vacancy created by Johnny Derrick’s retirement.

“Life always guides you to where you belong,” Augustus said. “Thus, my path has led me home.”

March Madness Star DJ Burns Shows Off Incredible Body Transformation After Losing A Whopping 45 Pounds Since Exiting The Tournament


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DJ Burns was one of the breakout players of this year’s NCAA Tournament and turned out to be one of the biggest stars, having led NC State to the Final Four.

The center, who was rumored to have NFL interest, is preparing for the next stage of his career and has put in some rigorous work as he looks to take advantage of his momentum from last season.

Burns, who stands at 6’9” and weighed 275 pounds, averaged 16.3 points during the tournament and put in a 29-point performance in a win against Duke in the Elite Eight.

DJ Burns Has Lost An Incredible Amount Of Weight

The Athletic’s Shams Charania has shared a photo of the center looking much slimmer than he did during March Madness. Burns told the NBA insider he lost 45 points over six-and-a-half weeks thanks to early-morning cardio workouts.

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