The online home of the WNBA Teen Advisory Board

Welcome to Hip Hoops!

Ashley hangs out with New York's Crystal Robinson (top) and Miami's Ruth Riley before a recent Liberty game.

We know what you're thinking - what is Hip Hoops and who in the world is the Teen Advisory Board?! Better known as the TAB, the Teen Advisory Board is a group of teens from around the country, in WNBA cities and in small towns, from Washington to Pennsylvania, who together represent teen fans of the WNBA everywhere!

Wanna know more? Curious? Check out our links below for all the Teen Advisory Board 411 that you can handle!

Playoffs 2002
The WNBA Teen Advisory Board weighs in on WNBA Playoffs 2002. Get three perspectives on this year's postseason!
  • Juliet likes the Comets' chances
  • Ashley breaks down the contenders
  • Sarah on how to beat all eight clubs

    Meet Us!
  • Here are photos and information about the crew!

    Fun Stuff!
    John and Amanda have done their research and they think they'll be able to stump you with their edition of women's basketball trivia. Check out these cool trivia games submitted by our advisory board members!
  • Women's Basketball Pioneers! By John
  • Wild and Wacky WNBA Trivia!, By Amanda

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    Video

    Hammon Makes Coaching Debut

    Becky Hammon makes history as the first woman to be a full time NBA coach.

    USA Basketball Womenís National Team: Capturing the Gold

    An all access look at the teamís journey through the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women culminating in their gold medal win

    Nneka Ogwumike and Breanna Stewart: Off Day in Istanbul

    During a break in their busy game schedule, Nneka Ogwumike and Breanna Stewart took a tour through Istanbulís world famous spice market

    Through The Lens: USA Women's National Team Takes Gold!

    Look at all of the highlights from the U.S. Women's National Team's gold medal winning performance versus Spain in the 2014 FIBA World Championship.

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    Penny Taylor scored 13 points to lead Australia over Turkey in the third place game at the 2014 FIBA World Championship.