All-Star game preparations

Sue Bird and DeWanna Bonner will replace the injured Skylar Diggins and Seimone Augustus as starters in tomorrow’s All-Star game, at 12:30 p.m. Pacific/3:30 p.m. Eastern on ABC.

All-Star notebook from today, including great photos and videos.

Pictures from today’s open practices.

Some All-Stars took over the WNBA’s twitter and instagram accounts today.

MVP candidates Elena Delle Donne and Maya Moore answered fan questions, with Stefanie Dolson and Nneka Ogwumike hosting.

All-Star infographic, with some interesting facts about the athletes.

The All-Star game showcases the league’s best athletes, and some of their difficult realities.

Mercury coach Sandy Brondello is set to coach the West team in tomorrow’s match up.

Tamika Catchings is preparing for her All-Star finale.

More WNBA news…..

General:

League president Lauren Richie aims to take the WNBA to new heights.

Fever:

Tamika Catchings, who will retire after the 2016 season, is preparing for life after basketball.

Mercury:

Brittney Griner is putting the past behind her, and focusing on Phoenix’s repeat title hopes.

Griner has a promising future.

Lynx:

Maya Moore cites Minnesota’s win over the Storm a month ago as a turning point in their season.

Mystics:

LaToya Sanders finds her way back home to help Washington find their way.

College news:

The suspension of guard Makayla Epps was about instilling permanent change, Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell says.

Bucknell has hired Carissa Nord as an assistant coach.

U19 Championships:

Team USA smashed Canada, 93-45, to advance to the tournament semifinals.

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