Records could fall this WNBA season

Records to watch:

Many records could be broken this season.

ESPN broadcast schedule for the season:

….has been revealed.

WNBA team news:

Five reasons to watch the Sun work this season.

WNBA player news:

Briann January is ready to step up as the Indiana Fever’s leader.

For Lynx veteran Lindsay Whalen, less is more.

Plenette Pierson brings the pain without the apology for Minnesota.

Skylar Diggins looks to be in pre-injury form.

Morgan Tuck is familiar with rehab expectations from her time at UConn.

Video: Kelsey Plum’s first week in training camp. (They should have made it longer)

Kaela Davis is juggling her transition into the WNBA with finishing her degree.

Jennifer Hamson is standing out in the crowd for the Sun.

Liz Cambage is open to a WNBA return and will visit the Dallas Wings.

College team news:

With the departure of their seniors, a new group is ready to lead Miami.

Montana State has extended their recruiting net.

College coach news:

Seton Hall coach Tony Bozzella is excited about his incoming class.

Randi Richardson is Central Washington’s new head coach.

Wendy Schuller has signed a five-year contract extension at Eastern Washington.

USA Basketball news:

Natasha Adair & Jennie Baranczyk selected as 2017 U19 World Cup team trials coaches.

High school news:

High school recruit with diabetes keeps going with a motor and a mentor.