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With leading scorer Angel McCoughtry deciding to sit out this season to rest, Atlanta struggled to a 12-22 mark that included a nine-game losing streak in July and August. It was the Dream's worst showing since a 4-30 record in their inaugural season as an expansion team.. . . Read More
Sun’s Miller is WNBA coach of the year; Jones wins most improved award
At the beginning of the 2017 WNBA season, little was expected of the Connecticut Sun after four consecutive losing seasons. Chiney Ogwumike, the WNBA’s 2014 rookie of the year, was suspended for the season recovering from an Achilles injury suffered in China in the offseason.. . . Read More
The WNBA has announced the site for its 2018 All-Star Game, which will be staged at the Minnesota Lynx‘s Target Center. The game is scheduled for Saturday, July 28. This marks the first time the Twin Cities and the Lynx, which has appeared in the WNBA Finals in five of the last six seasons, will h. . . Read More
Jones becomes WNBA all-time single season rebounds record holder
THE team that traded away Jonquel Jones on draft night had a firsthand opportunity to witness the Bahamian forward set WNBA history. Jones became the league’s all time single season rebounds record holder yesterday in the regular season finale against the Los Angeles Sparks at the Staples Center . . . Read More
Inside The W with Michelle Smith: Regular Season Memories
The 2017 WNBA regular season is nearly in the books and it will be remembered as a season of streaks and records, a summer of activism and ascensions. The postseason bracket is also almost set, and it will be time soon enough for one-and-done thrillers and the march to the league’s . . . Read More
Jonquel Jones Is Rebounding Her Way Into WNBA History
It’s been a great season for the WNBA’s living legends. In June, Diana Taurasi became the league’s all-time leading scorer. Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm is just three assists away from becoming the all-time assists leader.. . . Read More
Tiffany Jackson-Jones comes back from breast cancer to inspire defending WNBA champions
The WNBA veteran was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015.A number of the older players on the team knew the outline of what they were about to hear — after all, the league is a small and close-knit community. Some of the rookies were hearing it for the first time.. . . Read More
Maya Moore scored 18 points, Sylvia Fowles had 12 points and 13 rebounds for her 19th double-double, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Indiana Fever 80-69 on Wednesday night. Minnesota (25-7) won its 25th game for the sixth time in seven years and moved a game in front of Los Angeles for the No. 1 se. . . Read More



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