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WNBA All-Star voting taking a humorous turn

WNBA All-Star voting:

From sleek graphics to hilarious video, WNBA All-Star voting brings out the best in promotions.

WNBA rankings polls:

The AP has the Lynx first and the Sun climbing to seventh.

Connecticut is up to fifth in the league’s own power rankings.

WNBA team news:

The Sun’s teamwork and chemistry are translating to success on the court.

Connecticut has become a successful chemistry experiment.

With one of the most experienced rosters in the league, the Lynx continue to expand their game.

WNBA president Lisa Borders says Minnesota sets an excellent example for the league.

The Lynx had an intense practice after their first loss of the season Saturday.

WNBA player news:

Shavonte Zellous has stepped up for the Liberty lately.

Courtney Williams has found her groove in the WNBA.

Now that Diana Taurasi has the league scoring record, maybe opponents will relax.

Former WNBA player news:

Tamika Catchings talks about her retirement and the Indiana Fever.

Catchings is missing her friends.

WNBA coach news:

Mystics head coach Mike Thibault and assistant coach Eric Thibault will miss this week’s Minnesota game due to the death of their father/grandfather.

College team news:

Coach Holly Warlick has formed “Team Up” to bring the Lady Vols closer.

College coach news:

Bob Clark has been elevated to associate head coach at Delaware.

Alex Earl has been promoted to assistant coach at Colorado.

Calamity McEntire joins Dayton as an assistant coach.

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