CollegeWNBA Finally, a news explosion By Sue Favor - April 28, 2017 WNBA team news: Lynx training camp got more intense on day three. Minnesota’s competitive fire hasn’t mellowed with age. The Lynx are prepping for a one-season move to St. Paul. Elena Delle Donne makes the Mystics contenders. The Sun hope for a playoff return this year. Atlanta’s defense will be better this year. League facts to know. Today’s transactions. WNBA player news: Briann January’s new coaching job with her alma mater doesn’t mean she’s done as a player. Jewell Loyd is the Storm’s emerging star. Kelsey Plum has signed with Nike. Shoni Schimmel is taking time off, says Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer. Skylar Diggins called out a reporter for failing to recognize her as Roc Nation’s highest draft pick. Sue Bird will speak at a GeekWire sports tech summit in June. The Wings’ large rookie class is trying to make an impact as they adjust to pro play. Jordan Reynolds’ WNBA dream is coming true. Former UConn stars revel in “normal” offseasons. Elena Delle Donne puts up shots. Former WNBA player news: Becky Hammon’s big shot. College player news: Mississippi State’s Morgan William is adjusting to life after “the shot” that took down UConn. Laken Wairau is leaving Indiana and will stay at the school as a student. College coach news: Texas A&M coach Gary Blair’s contract has been extended through the 2020-2021 season. Delaware coach Tina Martin is retiring. George Washington coach Jen Rizzotti will continue working with USA Basketball. Kyra Elzy’s win challenge continues to honor Pat Summitt’s legacy. Pepperdine coach Delisha Milton-Jones has hired her first assistant coach: BJ Porter. Loyola Marymount has promoted director of basketball operations Nia Jackson to assistant coach. High school news: The infamous Boo Williams Tournament showcases 232 teams.