Plenty of story lines in WNBA week two

Tomorrow’s schedule:

The short-handed Mercury look to slow the short-handed Liberty tomorrow.

The Sun travel to face the Lynx, who historically start strong.

WNBA team news:

The Liberty are weighing options in filling the Brittany Boyd void.

The Mercury is unhappy with Diana Taurasi’s suspension.

Things are coming together quickly for the Lynx.

Erin Phillips is the Dallas Wings’ new director of player and franchise development.

Western Conference teams came out strong this past week.

WNBA player news:

Making it out, by Sugar Rodgers.

Epiphanny Prince took on demons, and now takes on the WNBA.

Double-double machine Jonquel Jones added physicality after playing in South Korea. She is currently the league’s leading rebounder.

A healthy Rachel Banham returns to Minnesota to take on the Lynx tomorrow.

Alaina Coates is still waiting for her turn to suit up for the Sky.

A record four former Baylor Bears have made WNBA rosters this season.

Layshia Clarendon and Sylvia Fowles are the league’s Eastern and Western Conference players of the week.

Former WNBA player news:

LaChina Robinson interviews Chamique Holdsclaw about her mental health advocacy work.


Hot moments around the league this past week.

College team news:

Oregon State is reloading.

Cal State Bakersfield adds four transfers, including Kandis Barber from Rutgers. Coach Greg McCall is DeWanna Bonner and Erica McCall’s dad.

College player news:

Lulu McKinney will transfer from UTEP.