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WNBA superstar can’t leave Lizzie
The most “puro San Antonio” athlete may be a lanky blonde from from Delaware.The only connection between WNBA superstar Elena Delle Donne — one of the best women’s basketball players in the world — and our city are a few games against the Stars each season. And yet, she is clearly one of you. . . . Read More
Alyssa Thomas, Jonquel Jones help Connecticut Sun beat Indiana Fever, 89-73
Alyssa Thomas had 14 points, eight assists and four steals while Jonquel Jones had her 13th double-double of the season to help the Connecticut Sun beat the Indiana Fever, 89-73.. . . Read More
Chicago Sky center Imani Boyette injured her left ankle during practice and will not play Friday night against the Phoenix Mercury, the team announced. The Sky did not provide a further update on the injury itself or when Boyette may return.. . . Read More
Earlier this week, Atlanta's Layshia Clarendon had a triple-double rescinded after two of her assists were later taken away in a league review. Parker's statistical feat is the first since Temeka Johnson's on July 24, 2014. . . . Read More
During the W.N.B.A. off-season, Atlanta Dream point guard Layshia Clarendon was reading a Sports Illustrated article about the United States women’s basketball team that won the gold medal at the 2016 Olympics. She came across a passage about the star point guards on that team — Sue Bird and Lindsa. . . Read More
Candace Parker scored 14 of her 17 points in the first half, Nneka Ogwumike collected 13 points and 10 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Seattle Storm 68-60 in a WNBA game Tuesday night.. . . Read More
Murray not giving up on Opals dream
veteran Mia Murray hasn’t closed the door on her Australian Opals aspirations and hopes a change of coach will result in a change of luck.
Murray is one of the WNBL’s most consistent and versatile guards, but is yet to wear the green and . . . Read More
WNBA: Eight things you should know as you watch the All-Star game this Saturday
This year’s WNBA All-Star game is unlike any All-Star game you have ever seen. Ten of the final 22 who will be playing are first time All-Stars — with three being starters for the East. Yes, you read that right: TEN. Say goodbye to watching the same stars battle it out, and say hello to new faces w. . . Read More



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