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WNBA news:

Will the WNBA strike gold after Rio?

After the Olympics, the WNBA seeks to seize the spotlight.

Breanna Stewart and the Seattle Storm lead the WNBA’s most popular jersey and merchandise lists. (Stewart says it’s a big deal to her).

WNBA team news:

How I spent my Olympic break, WNBA style.

WNBA player news:

How burn out helped Elena Delle Donne’s career.

Mercury center Brittney Griner has her eye on the defensive player of the year award.

The Lynx have re-signed guard Anna Cruz.

Penny Taylor is heading into her Mercury swan song.

Keisha Hampton took the winding road to the WNBA.

LaToya Sanders has rejoined the Mystics, and Jamie Weisner has been waived.

Ranking the Mystics’ roster based on underperformance.

WNBA coach news:

As Wings coach Fred Williams approaches 100 wins, his legacy is that of superstars influenced.

College team news:

Are happy days here again at Kentucky?

(Check out picture three, in which assistant coach Lin Dunn is learning to dab)


Vermont has canceled their December trip to North Carolina in light of that state’s anti-LGBT laws.

College player news:

Senior Jessica Thomas is fueling the fire for Miami.

College coach news:

Georgia coach Joni Taylor reflects on her first year as a head coach.