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WNBA team news:

Season preview.

The league has come a long way in 25 years.

How Connecticut will pivot minus three of its top players.

Meet the Aces……they begin the year with a new roster but the same expectations.

Las Vegas is one of the title favorites.

The Mystics got their stars back……and they acquired Sydney Wiese from the Sparks in exchange for a future second round draft pick.

The Mercury will begin the season where it left off last year, facing the Lynx.

To rebuild or not to rebuild? This season could decide the Fever’s future.

Don’t look away.

WNBA player news:

Players reflect on lessons learned in last year’s bubble.

Top 25 player rankings.

A WNBA player has a signature shoe for the first time in a decade, and it’s long overdue.

A’ja Wilson on a variety of topics.

Jonquel Jones is back and ready to prove she’s one of the best in the league.

Elizabeth Williams and LaKeshia Frett join forces this season.

Kia Nurse compliments the Phoenix core…..and she joins a stacked team.

DiDi Richards shares what words from her father got her back on the court.

Mystics players discuss the 25th season.

Seimone Augustus has retired and will join the LA coaching staff.

WNBA coach news:

Dan Hughes returns to the sidelines as the Storm begin their title defense.

WNBA GM news:


Best players and coaches

Season predictions




Olympics news:

In a change, the WNBA season begins with Olympic roster spots still undecided.

The Canadian National Team will go to Tampa to train for the Olympics.

The U19 team will face tough competition this summer.

College team news:

Texas Tech has a new women’s basketball facility.

College player news:

Kansas State transfer Christianna Carr will play at Syracuse.

New Mexico transfer Ahlise Hurst has committed to Oregon.

USF transfer Angelee Rodriguez has landed at George Mason.

A day after being waived from the Phoenix Mercury, Tiana Mangakahia has signed with an Australian team.

College coach news:

Chuck Love has been promoted to associate head coach at Nebraska.

College commissioner news:

MGM exec George Kliavkoff has been named the new Pac-12 commissioner.

His focus is on men’s basketball and football.