the other day, specifically, the NCAAW basketball playoffs. I actually watched more of that than the men's. Anyways, as I'm watching, I couldn't help noticing how many 'right' passes weren't being made to a free person under the hoop at the right time. It got me wondering at which point do women compete successfully with men in some sports. Years ago, I remember an old hustler, but former men's top world player, Bobby Riggs knocking off Margert Chase and then loosing to Billy Jean King. However I was wondering nowadays, who would a top women's player, say a Sharapova or Williams, be able to reasonably compete with? Federer I'd imagine would clock any woman but would the bottom rated men's world player do so? If not, would it be a top college amateur? With basketball, if you took a top women's team, let's say a collection of WNMBA all stars or for that matter an Olympic caliber team, how would they do against men? Would they be competition for a team in the NCAA. What about the NIT? Would a top high school team consistently beat them? Just wondering. What do you think?