Like the sands through the hour glass……..

WNBA team news:

The Mystics are waiting for more than half of their team to arrive home from overseas.

A new coach, a returning superstar and quality draft picks give the Sun a shiny new outlook.

WNBA player news:

Crystal Langhorne welcomes fellow post player Breanna Stewart to the Storm.

Stewart embraces the pressure to elevate the Storm.

Chiney Ogwumike came to the rescue when a reporter ripped his pants during Sun media day.

Connecticut rookie Rachel Banham has the green light in camp.

League news:

How the WNBA can succeed in North Texas.

First training camp cuts:

April 29, 2016

Team Player Transaction

Atlanta Roy, Tina Waived
Atlanta Thompson, Amanda Waived
San Antonio Martin, Brittney Waived
San Antonio Adams, Danielle Waived

Olympics news:

Best players who never made the Olympics.

College team/program news:

Valparaiso is extra-motivated after the departure of a key player.

Former Tar Heel Erlana Larkins says the NCAA’s allegations against North Carolina are bogus.

College player news:

Guard Jasmine Cincore has decided to remain at Nebraska.

Brandi Harvey-Carr and Elri Liebenberg will transfer from DePaul.

College coach news:

Iowa State coach Bill Fennelly spoke today about the lawsuit filed against him by former player Nikki Moody, and said he wouldn’t change anything about their relationship.

Fennelly isn’t interested in settling the lawsuit.

Could South Carolina assistant coach Nikki McCray-Penson take the Vanderbilt job? It’s up to the search committee.

Kentucky’s athletic director is confident that coach Matthew Mitchell will get the program back on track.

State of the game:

One writer says there is too much drama in women’s basketball. The bottom line, she says, is that the game is growing; these are the growing pains. I agree.