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Olympics news:

Catch tonight’s Team USA exhibition game here. It’s at 7 p.m. Pacific, 10 p.m. Eastern.

The team has compressed preparation.

Twenty-five things you didn’t know about Sue Bird.

Olympic gold medalist Carla McGhee is part of the USA’s basketball legacy.

Natalie Achonwa is leading Canada’s hoop dreams in Rio.

Notes and quotes from Team Canada.

Australian Rachel Jarry relishes her second Olympics.

Australia said over the weekend that their athletes wouldn’t move into the Olympic Village for safety concerns. Now “fantastic progress has been made,” and the nation’s team will move in on Wednesday.

WNBA general:

Summing up the season so far.

WNBA player news:

Rookie report.

Nneka Ogwumike and Tina Charles are the WNBA players of the week.

WNBA protests:

The break will give the WNBA and its players a chance to talk.

The league rescinded fines because it wanted to show its support for players, president Lisa Borders explains.

Players speak out about the situation.

Tamika Catchings says WNBA players are passionate about Black Lives Matter.

Swin Cash discusses the protests, the fines and their withdrawl.

Now that the WNBA has a do-over, it must work with players on how to use their platform.

The protests have set a new standard for sports activism.

Punished by the league, WNBA players fight back.

College coach news:

First Rio, then a rugged non-conference schedule for South Carolina coach Dawn Staley.

The trend favors more men coaching women’s teams, and not vice versa.

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