Season tips off tomorrow

First day of the season game schedule:

Wings at Dream

Fever at Liberty

WNBA news:

The new season is ready to tip off.

The league is uniquely suited to survive its many star absences.

A team-by-team look, in order of finish.

The WNBA will have 45 games on NBA TV.

ESPN staff tries to makeĀ season predictions.

Nineteen reasons to be excited about the season.

The league is at a crossroads.

At 23 the WNBA has labor issues, but a new boss and a plan to stand alone.

The talent is so deep that the reigning Naismith POY doesn’t have a team.

The league’s male practice squads lose to women all the time, and enjoy it.

WNBA team news:

New York is debuting a new anthem called “Liberty Loud,” by Rapsody.

Atlanta Dream preview

Phoenix Mercury preview

WNBA player news:

Connecticut veterans have advice to share going into the season.

Courtney Williams is showing the WNBA how to let loose.

Once a fierce rival, Odyssey Sims has the green light to shoot at will for Minnesota.

Breanna Stewart was placed on the suspended list, which opened up a roster spot for Seattle.

Katie Lou Samuelson has unfinished business.

WNBA coach news:

Cheryl Reeve is unhappy with the Lynx’s recent practices, and met with veteran Seimone Augustus.

College player news:

Is Crystal Dangerfield ready to lead UConn? Her coach thinks so.

Karisma Ortiz has transferred from Penn State to Texas.

College coach news:

NC State coach Wes Moore has a new six-year contract.

USA Basketball news:

The Pan American Games team has drawn group B in pool play.