Days of our WNBA lives

WNBA team news:

The Lynx have their sights set on back-to-back titles.

In Minnesota’s camp, sometimes less is more.

The Mercury will award $5,000 to one lucky fan every time Brittney Griner dunks in a home game this season.

The Wings are offering season ticket deals to drive up attendance.

Sun season preview.

The WNBA season is set to begin without the San Antonio Stars.

WNBA player news:

From college to pro teammates, Seimone Augustus and Sylvia Fowles bring out the best in each other.

Inside the sisterly bond that reunited Liz Cambage and Erin Phillips on the Wings.

Alysha Clark has signed a multi-year contract extension with the Storm.

Versatile veteran Tamera Young has emerged as the Aces’ leader.

Marie Gulich is adjusting quickly in the WNBA.

Betnijah Laney’s emergence gives the Sun a boost.

Candace Parker shows off her juggling talent.

WNBA stars name their favorite basketball movie.

Today’s preseason result:

The Sun beat the Dream, 74-58.

Box score.

Four games on tap tomorrow:

China National Team at Sparks

Fever at Mystics

Sky at Lynx

Storm at Mercury

College player news:

Kristian Hudson will transfer from FIU.

College coach news:

Tennessee coach Holly Warlick says work on her contract extension is in progress.

It’s been a whirlwind start for new Bowling Green coach Robyn Fralick.

Meg Sanders returns to Arizona State as a special assistant to head coach Charli Turner Thorne.

Kaitlyn Cresencia is a new assistant coach at Mercer.


Rebecca Lobo will be a volunteer coach at her daughter’s school next year.

Super bonus:

NBA player Pau Gasol, in an amazing essay called, “An open letter about female coaches,” talks about Becky Hammon’s outstanding qualifications to coach in the NBA.