Lots of news drip

WNBA team news:

The Sparks and Mercury are still looking for a winning touch.

LA continues to struggle despite Candace Parker’s return.

Phoenix got tired of losing last night.

Chicago Sky: “we’re the team to beat.”

The Fever had numerous travel issues returning from Seattle today, but made the very best of it.

Indiana will lose Bankers Life Fieldhouse for two seasons while it’s remodeled.

Two tech entrepreneurs aim to bring a WNBA team to Toronto.

CBS Sports power rankings for the week.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Lynx at Fever

Storm at Aces

WNBA player news:

Jonquel Jones on what’s motivating the Sun this season.

Candace Parker talks about her strong female role models.

A’ja Wilson is finding her groove with efficiency.

Angel McCoughtry details her frustration with her recovery process and the Dream.

Q&A with Imani McGee-Stafford.

Rookie Katie Lou Samuelson is eagerly counting down the days until she gets her cast off.

Megan Gustafson is embracing her second chance with Dallas.

Victoria Macaulay is making the most of her limited time with the Sky.

College news:

The Big East has voted to ask UConn to rejoin the conference, according to sources.

What that could mean for the conference’s biggest programs.

Husky coach Geno Auriemma says it won’t be the same Big East.

College team news:

Louisville will renew their rivalry with Notre Dame at the Yum Center next season.

College player news:

Crystal Dangerfield and Evina Westbrook are recovering well at UConn.

Former Kentucky center Dorie Harrison has transferred to Lipscomb.

Notre Dame point guard Jordan Nixon will transfer.

College coach news:

DePaul has extended coach Doug Bruno’s contract through 2024-2025.

Podcast with Oregon’s Kelly Graves.

Jodi Kest is a new assistant coach at High Point.

Two North Carolina A&T coaches are under investigation after allegedly not reporting a sexual assault reported by one of their players.

Bonus:

Remembering Pat Summitt.

Former Detroit Shock coach Nancy Lieberman leads the way for women as NBA coaches.


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