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If pressed, Kelsey Plum begrudgingly admits she wants to be the No. 1 pick in Thursday’s WNBA draft if for no other reason than to fulfill a lifelong dream. “Growing up when I was a kid I told my mom — I was 10 years old — that I wanted to play in the WNBA,” she said during an interview with espnW. . . Read More
Vickie Johnson and Ruth Riley had countless times in their basketball careers when they had the ball in their hands, knowing they needed to make a big play. But now as the San Antonio Stars' coach and general manager, respectively, they have a different kind of big play to make. The Stars have the . . . Read More
Connecticut Sun coach and general manager Curt Miller was hustling around on Thursday. Shipping crates at the ready at his home in Indianapolis, Miller was getting his personal effects together to be sent back east for the six-month stay in Connecticut. In addition to getting ready to come back. . . Read More
The Women's Final Four ended in Dallas last Sunday. Now might one (or more) of the players from national champion South Carolina wind up in Dallas starting her professional career? It seems to be a good possibility. The WNBA draft is Thursday, and the San Antonio Stars and Chicago Sky . . . Read More
Nothing suggests Kings principal owner Vivek Ranadive has forgotten how he won over hearts and minds to get city officials to squeeze pennies out of parking lots, to share the financial burden of that jewel of a Golden 1 Center. The campaign featured the Kings, of course, but included the prospect . . . Read More
The Dallas Wings have three first-round selections for the April 13 WNBA draft, which gives the team plenty of possibilities before the season begins in May. One of those possibilities is former Baylor and Irving MacArthur guard Alexis Jones. The fifth-year senior was invited to the draft in New . . . Read More
Kelsey Plum seems like a pretty safe bet to be selected with the top overall pick. The 2017 Naismith Trophy and Wade Trophy winner finished her college career as the all-time leading scorer in Division I women's basketball, averaging an impressive 31.7 points per game this past season. Given her . . . Read More
A typical offseason for most WNBA players is no offseason at all. The vast majority go overseas to Korea, Israel, Turkey and other exotic locations to play professionally. It's a good way to add to their average $75,000 salary and continue to play the game that has become their lives before the . . . Read More



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