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Liberty heads into WNBA All-Star break with win over Sun
Just when the Liberty seems to be hitting its stride, the WNBA All-Star break has arrived.The Liberty closed out a three-game homestand and the season’s “It’s unfortunate we get the break,” coach Bill Laimbeer said. “Some teams at the break go up, some teams go down. We’re starting to go up.”. . . Read More
WNBA All-Star Sue Bird is ready to let you in
Sue Bird is self-admittedly private. But the WNBA All-Star is finally opening up on her career, her relationship with girlfriend Megan Rapinoe and why it's important to talk now.. . . Read More
The Real First Family of Hoops
Off the hardwood, though, her winning percentage suffers in one particular area: pop culture.
Sitting with her younger sisters in their childhood home in Cypress, Texas, the four-time All- Star for the Los Angeles Sparks is about to take an L during a spirited conversation about . . . Read More
After 13  years in the WNBA, Lindsay Whalen stays involved with her alma mater |
From Hutchinson, Minnesota to Minneapolis, Lindsay Whalen hasn’t strayed from Minnesota.
She didn’t leave her school behind either.
Whalen, a former Minnesota point guard from 2000-04, has proven she can thrive at every level, breaking the record for most wins among WNBA players, but . . . Read More
Thirty-five minutes before the Chicago Sky took on the Seattle Storm in a nationally televised WNBA game on Tuesday night, 6'7" Sky center Imani Boyette wasn’t on the court warming up, nor was she in the locker room with her teammates getting her game face on. Instead, she was the lone player on . . . Read More
Sun Coach Miller Replaces Laimbeer As Eastern Conference Coach In WNBA All-Star Game
The WNBA announced Wednesday morning that Connecticut Sun coach Curt Miller and his staff will lead the Eastern Conference in the WNBA All-Star Game Saturday at KeyArena in Seattle. They replace New York Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer and his staff while Laimbeer heads home to be with his wife. The As. . . Read More
Rebekkah Brunson, Sugar Rodgers added to WNBA All-Star Game as replacement players
Rebekkah Brunson will replace Brittney Griner, and Sugar Rodgers will replace Elena Delle Donne on the rosters for Saturday's WNBA All-Star Game. Brunson, a 14-year veteran who will be making her fourth All-Star appearance, replaces Phoenix center Brittney Griner on the West roster. A four-time WNB. . . Read More
Rebekkah Brunson was added as a replacement for injured Phoenix center Britney Griner and is the fourth member of the Lynx to be named to Saturday’s game.. . . Read More



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