Lots of “the three to see” in the news

This story is really touching:

Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins all were bullied when they were younger. They became friends last year and supported each other throughout this season.


Swin Cash discusses the evolution of the WNBA.

The future of the WNBA.

Lynx draft pick Waltiea Rolle won’t join the team until next season.

Thanks to Elena Delle Donne and Sheryl Swoopes, women’s basketball is on the rise in Chicago.

Delle Donne is front and center for the Chicago Sky.

Skylar Diggins has social media appeal.

Griner’s heart is set on helping others.

Sparks pick A’Dia Mathies has support from Ukari Figgs.

Kansas’ Angel Goodrich is the highest-drafted Native American player in WNBA history.

Kelsey Bone and her mother talk about draft night and Bill Laimbeer.

More on Brittney Griner coming out:

Kim Mulkey and Mark Cuban have some very interesting things to say about it.

Griner’s mantra “be who you are” came from her parents.

Brittney Griner came out, and the sports world shrugged.

College news:

Kevin McGuff will make $850,000 at Ohio State.

The expectations on McGuff are high.

The University of Washington is already interviewing to replace him.

Kellie Harper’s assistants at Missouri State will be Jackie Stiles, Jennifer Sullivan and Jon Harper.

North Texas loses two.

Peyton Little will leave Texas A&M.

Danielle Walczak is transferring from UMaine.

Former Clemson Coach Annie Tribble has passed away.