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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
WNBA coaches, GMs tab A’ja Wilson for top pick in mock draft
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. The AP will. . . Read More
A panel of WNBA coaches and general managers put together mock selections for the first round of the league's draft that will take place this spring. They were only allowed to choose seniors in their final season of eligibility and foreign players for the draft and couldn't make a pick for their ow. . . Read More
Championship runs by South Carolina and the Lynx. Win streaks and 1,000-win clubs. Scoring phenoms and the most memorable shot of the year. Mechelle Voepel recaps the biggest moments of 2017.. . . Read More
Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi headline the 29 players chosen for the U.S. women’s basketball team pool. Bird and Taurasi have each won four Olympic gold medals and helped the U.S. to the past two world championships.. . . Read More
WNBA Allows Teams To Trade Consecutive 1st-Round Draft Picks
The WNBA is giving its general managers more tools they can trade. The league changed a longstanding rule last week, allowing teams to swap first-round draft picks in consecutive years for the first time.. . . Read More
Maya Moore of the WNBA Champion Minnesota Lynx, Joel Embiid of the Philadelphia 76ers and Carlos Beltran of the World Series-winning Houston Astros will be among the athletes honored at this year’s SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Sportsperson of the Year Awards taking place at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY on. . . Read More
During the WNBA off season, many of the league’s best will compete on teams across the world to stay in their top form. This week we have a new crop of players that we think are playing exceptionally well for their respective clubs. Here is your update on some notable WNBA players who are playing o. . . Read More



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