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WNBA team news:

Health is already a concern for the Connecticut Sun.

Five reasons to watch the Dallas Wings this season.

Connecticut Sun media day will be streamed live tomorrow.

WNBA player news:

Tina Charles on playing overseas and being a role model.

Sugar Rodgers is taking a leadership role for the Liberty.

Breanna Stewart had an unusual offseason – it involved rest.

Dallas Wings guard Aerial Powers does not expect to be ready for the season opener.

The Dream’s Tiffany Hayes is a player to watch.

Guess who’s back at Connecticut after a two-year absence? Allison Hightower.

Lindsay Allen is working hard to make a New York Liberty spot.

Brittney Sykes training camp report.

Dallas Wings rookie Evelyn Akhator on how she spent draft night, transition to WNBA, keeping in touch with family.

Tina Charles’ Hopey’s Heart Foundation.

“Athletes United”:

Pro players have created an organization called “Athletes United” to help support survivors of sexual assault.

Elizabeth Williams and Layshia Clarendon of the Atlanta Dream are on board, and Clarendon shares her story.

College team news:

South Carolina lawmakers honored their Gamecock national champions today.

Nebraska’s AD has high expectations for the basketball program.

College player news:

Florida State’s Shakayla Thomas is ready to take charge going into her senior year.

College coach news:

Nancy Funk, 31-year coach at Johns Hopkins, will retire.

Female head women’s basketball coaches in the NCAA are on the decline.

Velaida Harris is Rhode Island’s new assistant coach.

Jessica Keller is Illinois State’s new assistant coach.

USA Basketball news:

Thirty-five athletes will compete in the U16 trials.

No. 1 prospect Samantha Brunelle, No. 1 dunker Francesca Belibi invited to USA Basketball trials.