Why must the women’s basketball team play warm-up for the men?

53 minutes agoWhy can’t the women’s team sometimes play after the men’s team? If your response is “because the men are better,” you haven’t watched enough women’s basketball games and you need an argument that doesn’t belong in the early 1900s.

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