General managers pick Lynx, Parker to win

WNBA general managers have picked the Lynx to repeat as champions and Candace Parker to claim the MVP title this season.

More league news/team features…….

Mystics:

Kara Lawson is back home and playing with the young Mystics.

Washington opens with many new faces.

The rookie life of Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley.

Sparks:

With Magic Johnson as the boss, the Sparks are chasing a title.

Los Angeles has been re-shaped for a defensive lockdown.

Jantel Lavendar is ready to step it up.

Lynx:

The defending champs enter the season on top.

Veteran newcomer Tan White knows her place with Minnesota.

The Lynx start the season down three players.

Today’s practice report.

Dream:

Coach Michael Cooper brings a championship pedigree to the Dream.

Shoni Schimmel and Asia Taylor begin their rookie seasons tomorrow.

Stars:

The Stars are eager for a healthy season.

But, Becky Hammon sprained her ankle in yesterday’s practice and will miss the season opener.

Heather Butler is the first UT Martin player in the WNBA. She talks about camp in this video.

Training camp update with Danielle Robinson.

Fever:

The Fever have high expectations this season.

Five things that will determine whether Indiana will make a championship run.

Sun:

Chiney Ogwumike will brighten your day.

The Sun has revamped their entire roster in the wake of a dismal 2013 season.

Alyssa Thomas: a new horizon.

Storm:

Sue Bird’s return and the Crystal Langhorne trade are the highlights so far for Seattle.

Bird’s return should bolster the team.

Liberty:

The Liberty are back at Madison Square Garden after a busy off-season.

Sky:

The Sky face difficulties coming off a winning season.

Shock:

The Shock are looking to move past their losing ways this year.

Mercury:

Penny Taylor finally has good answers for health questions.

College news:

Itoro Coleman is back as an assistant coach for Penn State.

Tasia Butler has transferred from Syracuse to James Madison.

Ginny Boggess is a new assistant coach at Marquette.

LaTonya Watson joins Bucknell as an assistant coach.

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