Looking ahead to the week

WNBA mock win Monday:

I preview the most-anticipated WNBA games of the week for Excelle Sports.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Mystics at Wings

Storm at Stars

Sky at Sparks

WNBA team news:

A team meeting helped the Liberty get back on track.

WNBA player news:

Tina Charles and Diana Taurasi are the Eastern and Western Conference players of the week.

Could Glory Johnson top Tamika Catching’s all-time rebounding record?

How can Sylvia Fowles dominate a game without scoring a point?

The key to Allisha Gray’s early WNBA success? She’s just being herself.

Kelsey Plum’s adjustment to the WNBA has been tough early on.

Rebekkah Brunson is climbing the Lynx scoring leader board.

Dallas rookie Saniya Chong continues to prove doubters wrong.

Diana Taurasi wants to keep playing for Team USA, with Sue Bird.

Former WNBA player news:

Q&A with former Liberty star Sue Wicks.

WNBA president news:

League president Lisa Borders says overcoming racial discrimination drove her to attend Duke.

College team news:

Duke has a top 10 recruiting class again.

Arizona has landed a five-star recruit, the highest-ranked the program has ever seen.

College player news:

Western Kentucky’s Kyvin Goodin-Rogers is retiring from basketball due to knee complications.

Te’a Cooper, who left Tennessee last month, will transfer to South Carolina.

Buffalo transfer Gabi Bade has landed at Sacramento State.

College coach news:

There’s a lot of interest in Dawn Staley’s open assistant coach position.

Just because he’s a high-profile coach doesn’t mean Louisville Jeff Walz can’t embarrass his kids like everyone else.

Bill Ferrara is New Mexico’s new assistant coach.