WNBA All-Stars teams will be announced tomorrow By Sue Favor - July 10, 2017 ….so in the meantime…. WNBA news: Post players are thriving in the WNBA, unlike the NBA. WNBA player news: Sue Bird isn’t thinking about retirement. Crystal Langhorne has serious style, on and off the court. Courtney Paris is gradually working back up to full minutes after returning from injury. Skylar Diggins-Smith is back to form and is leading Dallas. Natasha Cloud is thriving in the WNBA. Danielle Robinson has found the right fit in Phoenix. Maykayla Epps is in rare air as a WNBA rookie. Alyssa Thomas and Brittney Griner are the Eastern and Western Conference players of the week. College player news: Florida Atlantic transfer Jacey Bailey has landed at Northern Arizona. Often-injured Kianna Holland has no regrets about her basketball career. College coach news: Sonia Burke is a new assistant coach at Fordham. LGBT news: Former NBA player Jason Collins continues to push for LGBT acceptance in sports.