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WNBA team news:

Yahoo’s preseason power rankings.

The Mystics’ new jerseys celebrate the 19th amendment, but there are still inequities.

Even if they shoot more threes, Sylvia Fowles is still the focal point for Minnesota’s offense.

The Liberty are hoping for a big improvement in their Brooklyn debut.

WNBA player news:

How No. 1 picks realized a career in the league was possible.

Five notable players to watch this season.

Five under-the-radar players to keep an eye on.

Candace Parker was on The Daily Show last night.

Natasha Cloud is back and ready to ball out.

The Gabby Williams situation is a manifestation of a bigger problem.

Interview with Sabrina Ionescu.

WNBA coach, president and GM news:

As Storm season nears, coach Dan Hughes is forced to make “awful” cuts.

Cheryl Reeve’s latest accomplishment is turning the Lynx back into contenders.

The Dream have added La’Keshia Frett and Daniya La-Force as assistant coaches.

Nikki Fargas is the Aces’ new team president……owner Mark Davis said she can move the franchise forward.

Tamika Catchings is taking her superpower to the Hall of Fame.

WNBA news:

Twenty-five firsts that have defined the league’s first 25 years.

College team news:

A too-early look at South Carolina.

Breaking down the Louisville roster.

College player news:

Oregon transfer Angela Dugalic is headed to UCLA.

Wisconsin transfer Kate Thompson has committed to Louisiana Tech.

Penn State transfer Nan Garcia will play for Toledo.

College coach news:

Lindsay Gottlieb was introduced as USC’s new head coach today.

Gottlieb sees the Trojan program as a sleeping giant.

New Baylor coach Nicki Collen will keep strength and performance coach Jeremy Heffner on staff.

Charity Elliott is the new head coach at Point Loma.

A five-year contract awaits Purdue coach-to-be Katie Gearlds.

USA Basketball news:

Recovered from COVID-19, Stefanie Dolson is chasing her Olympic dreams.

USA Basketball is counting on Terrapins Diamond Miller and Ashley Owusu this summer.

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