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What a night it was for reserve Reshanda Gray of the Atlanta Dream. Not only did her team get the victory, she was the one who led them and filled the stat sheet for her career-highs in points, rebounds and minutes played. . . . Read More
WNBA President Lisa Borders applauds the league's players for taking an active stance on social issues, she just wishes they would keep it off the court. Borders spent the past two weeks talking with the union and its executive council, trying to come up with ways that both the league and its playe. . . Read More
The Dallas Wings have been desperate for a win since they have been on a five game losing streak. Tonight their star guard, Skylar Diggins led the team with a big night of 29 points, yet it wouldn’t be enough to stop Reshanda Gray and the Atlanta Dream.. . . Read More
The Sparks, who were the first team to clinch a playoff spot this season, outhustled the Mystics in nearly every statistical category. They outshot the Mystics 55.7 percent to 46 percent, and battled for 14 more rebounds. Los Angeles was also more aggressive offensively, shooting 23 free throws . . . Read More
Olympic Break. For most of the WNBA, the Olympic break is an opportunity to rest and make necessary adjustments needed in hopes of making a late second half push. But for 12 of the league's best, it is a once-in-a-lifetime experience to represent their nation on the world's largest stage. . . Read More
The game, showcasing half the members of U.S. Olympic team, unfolded with minimal drama. The Storm played the Minnesota Lynx tough for a half before the defending WNBA champions pulled away to win, 79-72, extending the Storm’s six-year losing streak at the Target Center to 13 games. . . Read More
Lindsay Whalen sat soaking her feet in a tub of water. Maya Moore had her usual ice bag wrapped around her right knee. Seimone Augustus and Sylvia Fowles, who had put the Lynx on her shoulders Friday with 20 points and 12 rebounds, ate takeout from plastic containers. . . Read More
Pepperdine women’s basketball alum Miranda Ayim was named to the Canadian national team roster for the upcoming 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. Ayim will be making her second trip to the Olympics.. . . Read More



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