WNBA will hold first-ever preseason tournament

The WNBA will hold a preseason tournament May 9-11 at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. Participating teams are the Lynx, Sky, Fever and Mercury.

So is the WNBA scouting interest in Florida? (Any old-timers remember the Sol?)

More league news:

Liz Cambage will not return to the Shock for the 2014 season.

The Fever is opening camp with a new look to their roster.

Lynx guard Monica Wright has a calling for more than basketball.

One-on-one with Minnesota forward Maya Moore.

College news:

You can’t read the story, but you get the idea: Diamond DeShield’s mother says her daughter isn’t talking about where she’ll transfer until school is out.

Duke assistant coach Candice M. Jackson will soon be the College of Charleston’s new head coach.

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi coach Royce Chadwick’s contract has been extended through 2019.

Chandra Dorsey is Wichita State’s new assistant coach.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Favor I don't get it with all the aspiring college graduates dreaming of joining WNBA why does the W continue to invest in international players?

    Especially, those internationals who show up every once in awhile

  2. The league is trying to get the best product on the floor to attract the maximum number of fans. Cambage is one case where that attempt didn't pay off. But the majority of international players do honor contracts.

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