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WNBA season schedule: dropped

Big WNBA news:

The league released its 2020 season schedule today.

Opening weekend will honor Black Lives Matter.

Twelve must-see games.

How to watch every single national TV game.

WNBA team news:

The Sky return most of their core this season.

The Sparks put culture on display in their first practice.

The new-look Liberty are exceeding their own expectations with a quickly-developing chemistry.

WNBA player news:

Elena Delle Donne’s medical opt-out request has been denied, and she is in disbelief.

Amanda Zahui B. found her voice in a WNBA locker room and used it in Sweden.

Kelsey Mitchell is preparing for the ultimate one-on-one.

Sabrina Ionescu is feeling comfortable inside the bubble.

Rookie Satou Sabally is already working alongside WNBA veterans for racial and social justice.

Jocelyn Willoughby and Kylee Shook talk about their rookie seasons.

Erica McCall is excited to get a second chance with the Dream.

WNBA roundtable.

College team news:

Gonzaga owes their amped-up recruiting to a blooming culture.

How Florida is training during the pandemic.

Utah has added Texas transfer Isabel Palmer.

College player news:

Johnasia Cash talks about why she hasn’t returned to campus.

Oregon State junior post Patricia Morris has entered the transfer portal.

College coach news:

Kara Lawson talked experience in her introduction as Duke’s new head coach today.

Lawson’s five biggest priorities at Duke.

She is excited to coach at Duke.

The Blue Devils get a contemporary leader in Lawson.

Press conferences snippets.

Sarah Miles is a new assistant coach at Central Michigan.

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