From the rosters, it’s apparent there have been more cuts today (though the wnba.com transactions page hasn’t been updated as of right now).
The Sparks have waived Nicky Anosike, Tiffany Clark and Paola Ferrari.
The Mystics have waived Natalie Novosel and Drey Mingo. Because they added Jessica Moore yesterday, they still have one more cut to make.
The Lynx have waived Jessica Adair.
The Sky have waived D’Andra Moss.
Other WNBA news:
Shock….What is the deal with this young woman? Liz Cambage returns to Tulsa. The Shock just got a lot more scary.
Glory Johnson is ready to show her net worth.
Sun….Guard Kara Lawson has received the Dawn Staley Community Leadership Award.
Coach Anne Donovan sees Lawson as a vital part of the team.
Sky….Swin Cash Q&A on community service.
Elena Delle Donne has settled in.
Lynx….the rookies enjoyed media day.
Mystics….Coach Mike Thibault comments after yesterday’s preseason game against Brazil.
Silver Stars….behind the scenes at media day.
Liberty….Can Bill Laimbeer lift the Liberty?
Storm….rookie Tianna Hawkins is out to play her own game and make her own name.
Mercury….Phoenix is working hard, ignoring the hype.
Tomorrow’s preseason game features Tulsa at Seattle at 7 p.m. Pacific time.
Semeka Randall is the new Alabama A&M coach.
Remember Debbie Black? She’s the new coach at Eastern Illinois.
George Washington’s Brooke Wilson has been granted a sixth year of eligibility.
Kristy Curry’s new boss at Alabama has big expectations for her.
The New York Senate has honored Husky Stefanie Dolson.
Trials for the World University Games team have begun. Gooo, Reshanda!
High school news:
In Texas, 6-foot-9 freshman Nancy Mulkey is an emerging star.
New Jersey junior Alliya Butts brings a bit of everything to the court.