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WNBA games will be streamed live on Twitter

Twenty WNBA games per season will be streamed live on Twitter for the next three years, beginning May 14.

WNBA team news:

Does this year’s Storm have the depth to be contenders?

The Lynx see permanent pluses to their temporary den.

Fever training camp, week one.

Five reasons to watch the Dream work this season.

Today was the Lynx’s media day.

WNBA player news:

Sky guard Jamierra Faulkner is out for the season after tearing her ACL overseas.

Mystics guard Tayler Hill was injured over the weekend.

Tina Charles is ready to lead a deep Liberty team into a new season.

Q&A with Storm forward Breanna Stewart.

Lindsay Whalen and Maya Moore say their game 5 loss to the Sparks last year was the toughest defeat ever.

DePaul rookie Jessica January is quietly making her mark at Sun training camp.

Rookie Brionna Jones is looking to catch on in Connecticut.

Australian Stephanie Talbot has arrived at Mercury training camp to replace Penny Taylor.

Q&A with Lynx forward Shao Ting.

WNBA coach news:

Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer likes what he’s seen so far in camp.

Can Amber Stocks take the Sky to the next level?

Storm coach Jenny Boucek is excited to see how her team has grown, in preparation for Wednesday’s preseason opener.

WNBA GM news:

Stars GM Ruth Riley sees much potential in her young team.

Former WNBA player news:

Lauren Jackson said she used to need painkillers to play the game at the end of her career.

More from Fox Sports Australia.

College player news:

Former Maryland stand out point guard Destiny Slocum has transferred to Oregon State.

Colorado transfer Makenzie Ellis has landed at SMU.

College coach news:

Dawn Staley talks about how she became a Championship-winning coach.

ODU coach Karen Barefoot is expected to take the UNC Wilmington job.

High school news:

A 15-year-old Canadian that Syracuse has their eye on can dunk.

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