It’s a celebration……and it’s World Cup time

WNBA team news:

Fans converged on the Strip earlier this evening for the Aces championship celebration parade and rally.

Evaluating the Sun season and the next steps for the franchise.

WNBA offseason storylines.

World Cup news:

Competition tips tomorrow…….preview and schedule.

Rosters for all 12 teams.

One player to watch on each team.

The U.S. team has been finalized…….and it includes many new faces.

Three storylines to watch.

Due to late arrivals, team USA may be shorthanded for their opener.

Four Las Vegas players will suit up for the competition.

Breanna Stewart will lead a loaded team USA……..Sabrina Ionescu is also poised to lead.

No Bird, Griner or Taurasi, but the U.S. is still the favorite to win.

New-look Canada looks to make progress at the tournament…….they’re tuning out expectations.

Kia Nurse is ready for a comeback at the World Cup.

Ezi Magbegor could be just what Australia needs.

Lauren Jackson reflects on an extraordinary career.

WNBA player news:

With Brittney Griner in jail, WNBA players are skipping Russia in the offseason.

WNBA coach news:

Vickie Johnson was surprised at being fired by Dallas.

Becky Hammon’s trailblazing road is rooted at Colorado State.

Las Vegas assistant coach Natalie Nakase is the first Asian-American to win a WNBA title.

College conference news:

Pac-12 commissioner George Kliavkoff says he doesn’t see anymore teams exiting the conference.

College player news:

Kentucky freshman Tionna Herron is recovering from open heart surgery last month.

College coach news:

Blair Schaefer has been elevated to assistant coach at Texas.