Games called off for a second day

WNBA news:

Players joined together for a candlelight vigil after last night’s canceled games.

The WNBA postponed today’s three games, and are taking a day of reflection.

They plan to resume the season tomorrow with a renewed commitment to social justice.

The Storm joined the protest and aren’t playing tonight.

The Lynx say the fight is worth fighting.

Commissioner Cathy Engelbert thinks players can have a strong platform and still play basketball.

WNBA team news:

The Aces have adjusted to the loss of two starters and are near the top of the league standings.

WNBA player news:

Satou Sabally is the WNBA’s unicorn.

Renee Montgomery: people will remember the day players protested.

College conference news:

The Pac-12 may move up the start of its college basketball season to align with the NCAA.

College coach news:

Kara Lawson is focused on relationships as Duke’s new coach.

Roman Tubner is a new assistant coach at Ball State.

High school news:

Paige Bueckers is the Gatorade high school athlete of the year.

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