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When Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve talks about crafting her team for the 2017 season, it sounds like she’s putting together a complex jigsaw puzzle: Players must match up against other players, weaknesses should be shaped into strengths and all the pieces must fit together to form one cohe. . . Read More
Alaina Coates may get to go to Dallas after all … or at least San Antonio. After a season-ending ankle injury prevented her from playing in South Carolina’s national championship triumph, or even traveling to Dallas for the Final Four after team medical staff advised her not to, the Gamecocks’ 6-fo. . . Read More
Wow, that Lonzo Ball kid plays just like Elena Delle Donne. That’s a statement you’ll likely never hear. Because no one would compare this year’s predicted No. 1 NBA draft pick to a female WNBA basketball player, right? Turn the tables, though, and comparing a great female athlete to a male player. . . Read More
This is not a WNBA draft that resembles in any manner the 2016 event that had UConn All-Americas Breanna Stewart, Moriah Jefferson and Morgan Tuck as the top three picks. This is a draft thin in major talent. "I don't think it's as deep as last year's draft. I still think there are quality players . . . Read More
Multiple WNBA sources have told The Summitt that South Carolina center Alaina Coates, out since the SEC Tournament with an ankle injury and projected first round pick, had ankle surgery that will keep her out of at least part of the WNBA season. The consensus is that despite the injury, Coates, a. . . Read More
UAB head women’s basketball coach Randy Norton announced the addition of Alabama transfer Trista Magee to the UAB roster on Thursday.. . . Read More
Head coach Kim Rosamond and the Tennessee Tech women’s basketball team is pleased to announce the addition of Lacy Cantrell to the 2017-18 roster.. . . Read More
PEORIA, Ill. -- Bradley women's basketball head coach Andrea Gorski added three to the 2017-18 roster, announcing Wednesday that 5-7 guard Shunseere Kent (East Point, Ga./Hapeville Charter/East Georgia State) and 6-0 forward Emily Marsh (Superior Township, Mich./Huron) both signed National Letters. . . Read More

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