The axe begins to fall


May 15, 2018

Chicago Alston, Ameryst Waived
Indiana Graves, Bashaara Waived
Indiana Peterson, Alexis Waived
Indiana Pohlen-Mavunga, Jeanette Waived
Las Vegas Schimmel, Shoni Contract Signed
Los Angeles McCarty, Brooke Waived
Los Angeles Westbeld, Kathryn Waived
Minnesota Alleyne, Jillian Waived
Minnesota Berkani, Lisa Suspended – Full Season
Minnesota Wagner, Carlie Waived
Minnesota Zimmerman, Camille Waived
New York Stokes, Kiah Contract Extension
Seattle Loyd, Jewell Contract Extension
Seattle Mosqueda-Lewis, Kaleena Contract Extension
Washington Hightower, Allison Waived

May 14, 2018

Dallas Akhator, Evelyn Waived
Dallas Hamblin, Ruth Waived
New York Faris, Kelly Waived
New York Murphy, Shay Waived
Phoenix Cannon, Emmaa Waived
Phoenix Prince, Alexis Waived
Washington Alix, AJ Waived
Washington Taylor, Asia Waived

The cut deadline is Thursday.

WNBA team news:

Twenty-two questions heading into the season.

WNBA player news:

The Seattle mayor and Sue Bird talk about basketball and inspiring youth.

Natasha Cloud could be what Washington needs.

Diana Taurasi talks about the Mercury’s upcoming season.

Maya Moore has been back for three days and is already making a difference on court for the Lynx.

Atlanta rookie Monique Billings is feeling prepared ahead of the team’s season opener.

How did first-round picks perform in preseason play?

WNBA coach news:

Inside the paint with Wings assistant coach Taj McWilliams-Franklin.

College team news:

Notre Dame’s traveling (National Championship) trophy series continues.

College player news:

Former BYU center Haley Bodnar Rydalch has transferred to UNLV.

College coach news:

Podcast with Boston University’s new coach, Marisa Lynn Moseley.

New Ole Miss coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin remains confident.

Dawn Brown is a new assistant coach at Jacksonville.

George Porcha is Boston College’s new assistant coach.

Paige Love has been promoted to assistant coach at Texas State.


Why legal betting could be good for women’s sports.

The NCAA Tournament in Las Vegas plan has support, and Supreme Court opened the door.

Everyone loses when women’s sports are ignored.