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Allisha Gray has been crowned the 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Year. However, earning that title did not come easy. Dealing with a physical injury almost put a halt to the Dallas Wings guard’s basketball career before making it in the pros. However, Gray has been able to recover and succeed in the leagu. . . Read More
Chiney Ogwumike on Black History Month and Why The WNBA is Politically Active
Back in 2016, the WNBA fined the Phoenix Mercury, Indiana Fever and New York Liberty for wearing black t-shirts during warmups. They wore the shirts to protest the injustice surrounding the deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling—both of whom were black men killed by police officers—. . . Read More
The Connecticut Sun signed Leticia Romero to a rookie contract, and have signed both Kelsey Griffin and Betnijah Laney to training camp contracts. Romero was selected 16th overall by the Sun in the second round of the 2017 WNBA Draft. It was understood at the time that she would not play . . . Read More
The bench of the 2017 WNBA champion Lynx will look much different in the upcoming season. Plenette Pierson announced during the summer that the 2017 season would be her last. Pierson was the top reserve frontcourt player for Minnesota last season. Renee Montgomery, an unrestricted free . . . Read More
Lucas suffered a torn right ACL in May of 2016; she appeared in just four games for the Fever that season prior to the injury. Lucas played collegiately at Penn State, where she was a two-time Big Ten Player of the Year. She scored more than 2,500 points in her college career and . . . Read More
Renee Montgomery, who won two WNBA championships with the Minnesota Lynx, has signed a multiyear contract with the Atlanta Dream. Montgomery, a nine-year WNBA veteran, was a part-time starter for Minnesota’s championship team last season. Montgomery, an Atlanta resident, says she was excited to be. . . Read More
The Associated Press polled a panel of WNBA coaches and general managers for a mock draft of the first two rounds of the league’s draft this spring. Panelists were limited to college seniors and eligible foreign players, and they could not offer a pick for their own team.


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“Sancho was our top free-agent target outside our own roster and we are truly excited that she chose Phoenix,” said Mercury General Manager Jim Pitman. “The last two WNBA MVPs have been elite frontcourt players from Western Conference teams and their clubs have won championships. It takes elite de. . . Read More

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