General WNBA news:

Thirteen more WNBA games have been added to the national broadcast schedule. (!!!!)

ESPN adjusts to the bubble.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Mystics vs. Sun

Sparks vs. Sky

Lynx vs. Storm

WNBA team news:

After meeting with Michelle Obama, Storm players are eager to build on the momentum of the league’s “say her name” campaign.

The Sparks built momentum this weekend.

Bigger audiences are beginning to notice Los Angeles and the WNBA.

ESPN power rankings.

Liberty and Nets owners want the teams on equal ground.

WNBA player news:

Sue Bird and Nneka Ogwumike: this is much bigger than sports – we need your support.

Bird is on the cover of the current issue of SLAM.

Brittney Griner won’t be on the court for the national anthem this season.

Lauren Cox confirmed her COVID-19 diagnosis, and there is no date set for her to return to play.

Sabrina Ionescu’s debut brings assurance, and a call for adjustments.

Chennedy Carter shined in her rookie debut.

Crystal Dangerfield is the latest former UConn star to spark the Lynx to a win.

Dangerfield is off to a running start.

Kiara Leslie showed promise in her WNBA debut.

Players from the league are again the architects of racial dissent.

Activism is part of the WNBA’s DNA.

NBA star Kyrie Irving has committed 1.5 million dollars to help those sitting out the season.

College coach news:

Arizona coach Adia Barnes is expecting a child while navigating through the pandemic.