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For Lisa Borders, as she heads into the 21st WNBA season and her second as league president, there's one way to measure success. With the changing way fans consume sports content, it depends a bit on the website numbers (which were up last season) and TV ratings (also up). But more important than . . . Read More
Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner signed a new multi-year contract that will keep her as a team cornerstone. The 6-8 Griner, going into her fifth WNBA season, is a three-time WNBA All-Star and two-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. The 26-year-old made a trip back to Phoenix from Russia, . . . Read More
For 15 months, Breanna Stewart didn't stop moving. It took a knee injury to finally slow her down. Consider what she has done since the start of the 2015-16 NCAA season, her senior year at UConn: With the Huskies, Stewart won her fourth NCAA national championship, third player of the year award an. . . Read More
WNBA superstar Tamika Catchings hasn't had much downtime since playing her final game for the Indiana Fever last September. Catchings has become an analyst for ESPN's SEC Network. She's held speaking engagements. She's traveled the country for her Catch The Stars foundation to empower children.. . . Read More
The WNBA is watching. Well, so are a lot of other people as the D1 Women's Basketball Tournament gets set to tip off Friday. The 64-team field will aim for national title glory or maybe even just a momentary sliver of sunlight to boost a program into the future. As those storylines unfold, draft . . . Read More
When Stefanie Dolson learned she had been traded to the Sky as part of a package for Elena Delle Donne, her initial feeling was one of shock. Dolson, a 6-5 center, is a self-proclaimed creature of habit. After playing three seasons with the Washington Mystics, Dolson had established a rhythm on the. . . Read More
UMMC Ekaterinburg, Emma Meesseman and Kristi Toliver’s off season team, and last year’s EuroLeague Women Champions, made quick, exacting work out of their ELW quarterfinal opponent, Famila Schio, winning both home and away games, 92-47 last Tuesday and 102-67 last Friday. After winning this best-of. . . Read More
The experience was rewarding. The results were pretty ugly. Her goal is clear. After six months in Australia playing for the Adelaide Lightning in the Women’s National Basketball League, Samantha Logic is hoping for a call. The 2011 Case High School graduate wants another shot in the Women’s Nati. . . Read More



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