Plenty of pre-round two news

Playoffs:

The “Cinderella” Mercury will next try to knock off the Liberty.

New York players discuss the match up.

Can the Liberty make the Finals?

Limiting Tina Charles will be key for Phoenix in the second round.

Is another Diana Taurasi elimination game takeover in store tomorrow?

The Liberty look to regain their momentum in the playoffs.

Check out the WNBA’s star-studded new playoffs ad.

A new playoffs era has begun.

Sky forward Elena Delle Donne will miss Sunday’s round two gameas she recovers from thumb surgery.

Delle Donne’s first Nike retail shoe will make its debut in Chicago’s playoffs.

WNBA team news:

What’s next for the Indiana Fever?

Stars general manager Ruth Riley is still exploring San Antonio.

WNBA player news:

The childhood bond of Liberty teammates Tina Charles and Epiphanny Prince outlasts their rivalry.

Nobody dominates like Charles.

The Mercury’s playoff win has put Penny Taylor’s retirement on hold.

Protests:

Tamika Catchings continues her father’s Civil Rights march, on a knee.

Will a men’s team match the Indiana Fever in protest?

One publication says probably not.

ABL:

Where are they now? Former Columbia Quest player Valerie Still.

College news:

Some coaches are opting for a de facto boycott of the recruiting season workload.

ESPN’s version of the story.

Texas has extended the contract of coach Karen Aston through 2019-2020.

Northern Arizona has let coach Sue Darling go.

Rynae Rasley is a new assistant coach at Air Force.

Duquesne’s new assistant coach is Cherie Lea.

Lisa Pace is Kennesaw State’s new assistant coach.

The NCAA has granted Illinois transfer Chatrice White immediate eligibility at Florida State.

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