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The storylines are finally starting to crack

Today’s preseason results:

The Fever beat the Sky, 69-58.

Dream 92, Liberty 87

Wings 71, Sun 67


Mercury at Storm

WNBA team news:

The Aces are still carving out a niche in Las Vegas as their second season arrives.

The Lynx are playing catch-up in developing a three-point offense.

The Mercury’s GM says tough cuts will require creativity.

Chicago Sky preview

Las Vegas Aces preview

Sun podcast.

Washington State now has a new license plate that features the Seattle Storm.

WNBA player news:

Through thick and thin, Sue Bird has been the consistent center for the Storm.

The Wings are supposedly in trade talks for Liz Cambage.

Azura Stevens is focused on the present and not the past for the Wings.

Dallas rookie Arike Ogunbowale had a rough debut last night, but scored 19 in tonight’s game.

New basketball cards for the league.

WNBA coach and president news:

Seattle Storm coach Dan Hughes had surgery Tuesday to remove a cancerous tumor in his digestive tract.

Gary Kloppenberg brings plenty of experience into his interim head coach gig with the Storm.

New Indiana Fever president Dr. Allison Barber has had an interesting career path.

College team news:

What offensive mentality will the Lady Vols have under Kellie Harper?

College player news:

Sidney Cooks has transferred from Michigan State to Mississippi State.

North Carolina guard Stephanie Watts has transferred to USC.

College coach news:

Oregon coach Kelly Graves is recruiting at a torrid pace.

UConn associate head coach Chris Dailey has won the Joe Lapchick Award.

Carrie Moore has joined North Carolina as an assistant coach.

USA Basketball news:

Briana Weiss is the USA Basketball National Team assistant director.

The U16 trials will feature 156 athletes.

Meet top player Haley Jones.

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