Several WNBA players to miss games for Eurobasket tournament

Among those who will miss games in upcoming weeks for a Eurobasket Tournament are:

New York’s Epiphanny Prince (Russia), Los Angeles’ Kristi Toliver (Slovakia), Indiana’s Shavonte Zellous (Croatia), Atlanta’s Celine Dumerc (France) and Minnesota’s Anna Cruz (Spain) and Chicago’s Allie Quigley (Hungary).

Today’s preseason result:

The Fever edged the Mystics, 76-74.

Briana Butler proved her worth on Indiana’s roster.


Angel McCoughtry has experienced a transformation lately – is “living my own life.”

Q&A with Shoni Schimmel.


A healthy Rebekkah Brunson is a boost for the Lynx defense.

Youth is no longer on Minnesota’s side.


Alyssa Thomas is showing off her versatility.

Forward Kelsey Griffin has undergone arthroscopic surgery on her left hip, and is out indefinitely.


Who will step up for Chicago if Sylvia Fowles doesn’t play?


Candice Wiggins feels a sense of purpose with New York.

Today’s transactions:

May 29, 2015
Team Player Transaction

Atlanta Ify Ibekwe Waived
Indiana Sydney Carter Waived
Indiana Alicia DeVaughn Waived
Indiana Chelsea Gardner Waived
Indiana Tyaunna Marshall Waived
Phoenix Promise Amukamara Waived

College news:

Arizona State coach Charli Turner Thorne’s contract has been extended through 2018, and she got a $20,000 raise.

Ivory Latta has resigned as assistant coach at North Carolina to focus on her playing career.

Jermaine Woods is Old Dominion’s new assistant coach.

Jannah Tucker is transferring to Villanova.

Pat Summitt:

Tyler Summitt says his mother is doing well, as is fundraising for the proposed Pat Summitt Alzheimer’s Clinic at Tennessee.