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McCoughtry has no regrets about sitting WNBA season out
ATLANTA — Angel McCoughtry has no regrets about becoming the latest WNBA player to sit out the season to rest and recover from playing professional basketball year-round.. . . Read More
The short-handed Washington Mystics were routed at home on Wednesday. Less than 48 hours later comes an opportunity to push aside the bad loss and gain separation in the WNBA playoff picture against the visiting Phoenix Mercury. The Mystics (16-11) and Mercury (14-13) meet for the second time in tw. . . Read More
The New York Liberty won their third game in a row when they stopped the Los Angeles Sparks at Madison Square Garden last Sunday, raising their record to 15-12. "I think we've found our mojo a little bit as a team and we just want to keep continuing this," Shavonte Zellous said after her 19 points . . . Read More
WNBA teams finally make the big time in video gaming
This fall, WNBA teams make their official video game debut as part of NBA Live 18, marking a first for the league and its teams. Throughout the season, Electronic Arts, Inc., maker of NBA Live 18, is doing high-resolution head scans of players such as Maya Moore, Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Chelsea Gr. . . Read More
Connecticut Sun’s winning chemistry getting noticed
About an hour before what proved to be a rather entertaining showdown between the two youngest teams in the WNBA, Taj McWilliams-Franklin sat on the visiting bench in a nearly empty Mohegan Sun Arena and took a trip down memory lane. McWilliams-Franklin was one of the cornerstones of the early Con. . . Read More
The WNBA and its players are showing their support for the victims of racially charged violence in Charlottesville. The Los Angeles Sparks and the Washington Mystics locked arms at center court before the start of their nationally televised game Wednesday night. The Minnesota Lynx and Seattle Stor. . . Read More
With Angel McCoughtry sitting out this season, every player on Atlanta's roster has shouldered more responsibility. For guard Tiffany Hayes, that has meant being more of a vocal leader -- and it's paying off.. . . Read More
The best and worst teams went Freaky Friday on the entire league. The Stars were a dreadful 3-21 on the final day of July, drifting aimlessly through a lost season with little to show for it, not even from their thrilling rookie Kelsey Plum who barely played. That’s how you lose a locker room and w. . . Read More



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