All-Star weekend is upon us

The lineups have been decides, and Erika DeSouza will replace Elena Delle Donne, while Tina Thompson replaces Brittney Griner.

Starters: Tina Charles will start in place of Delle Donne for the East, while Rebekkah Brunson takes Griner’s starting spot for the West.

The WNBA has updates, player profiles and interesting tidbits on their all-star blog.

Photo gallery.

Tomorrow’s all-star game will feature mic’d players and a ref cam.

Breaking down the all-stars by the numbers.

The league gives us seven storylines for the weekend.

Dunk contest at future all-star games? Brittney Griner supports it. Besides herself, Candace Parker, Sylvia Fowles, Liz Cambage, Nneka Ogwumike and Maya Moore can all dunk.

Player stories:

Tamika Catchings returns for her eighth all-star game.

Candace Parker is playing in her first.

The lowdown on Seimone Augustus.

Diana Taurasi ranks her top three all-star games.

Danielle Robinson blogs about her all-star experience.

A Mystics minute with all-star Crystal Langhorne.

Rebekkah Brunson is the Lynx’s all-time leading rebounder.

College news:

Stanford’s Toni Kokenis has been forced to retire after sustaining two concussions in the past year.

U19’s at the World Championships:

Team USA is in the semifinals after defeating Japan today, 108-67.