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WNBA team news:

ESPN’s power rankings for the week.

The Sun have hired Amy Scheer as vice president of business operations.

WNBA player news:

Candice Dupree is still trying to figure out her diminished role with the Storm.

Sue Bird is a player for the ages.

Bird tying Katie Smith’s threes record is a tribute to her longevity.

The evolution of Betnijah Laney.

In year 14, Sylvia Fowles gets sweeter with age.

Aerial Powers and Natalie Achonwa are out indefinitely with injuries.

Sparks guard Te’a Cooper is suspended one game for leaving the sidelines Saturday during an on-court, in-game altercation.

Kiana Williams scored her first pro points the same morning she graduated from Stanford.

Breanna Stewart and Tina Charles are the Western and Eastern Conference players of the week.

The NBA may be poised to hire a former WNBA player as a head coach.

Shoni Schimmel has been arrested for felony assault in Oregon.

WNBA news:

There will be an All-Star game this year, July 14 in Las Vegas.

An Oakland WNBA team? It’s in one Bay Area group’s plans.

College conference news:

The Pac-12 will play a 20-game conference schedule beginning in 2022-2023.

College player news:

Baylor transfer Trinity Oliver has landed at Washington.

College coach news:

Tamoria Holmes is a new assistant coach at East Carolina.