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Mary O’Connor is no longer president and CEO of the Dallas Wings, the relatively new WNBA team that plays in Arlington. The team said the CEO resigned but it did not a give a reason why. Greg Bibb, who has served as Dallas Wings’ general manager since November 2015, will take over O’Connor’s duties. . . Read More
The Sky have two of the first nine picks, including the No. 2 selection, in the WNBA draft Thursday. On Wednesday, coach and general manager Amber Stocks was mum on her plan. Will she use the second pick, which was part of the trade that sent Elena Delle Donne to the Washington Mystics, to grab a. . . Read More
The Washington Mystics made the splashiest moves during WNBA free agency by trading for 2015 MVP Elena Delle Donne and signing all-star point guard Kristi Toliver, who started for the reigning league champion Los Angeles Sparks. The flurry of transactions, including adding veteran center Krystal . . . Read More
Whenever Erica McCall has been awake during the past 15 years or so, it’s a good bet she’s been working toward tonight. When she’s been asleep, she’s been dreaming of it. The WNBA Draft is at 4 p.m. tonight in New York, and McCall, who will be in attendance, should hear her name called in the thre. . . Read More
Lisa Borders expected to encounter people who didn’t know about the WNBA. The number she met, however, was something she had not anticipated when she became the league’s fourth president last year. “It was a little bit deeper and a little bit broader than I expected, but therein lies a terrific . . . Read More
With a veteran roster firmly rooted in the present, the Lynx will enter Thursday's WNBA draft with an eye to the future. In the offseason, the Lynx added veteran post player Plenette Pierson to a roster geared to compete for a fourth league title in seven years, a move reminiscent of the past two. . . Read More
The past two years the Storm held the No. 1 overall pick in WNBA draft and this year Seattle traded its sixth overall pick in January to acquire low-post veteran Carolyn Swords. Barring an unlikely draft-day trade, the Storm will make its first selection Thursday with the third pick in the second. . . Read More
Welcome to the "your guess is as good as ours" projection of Thursday's 2017 WNBA draft. With new leadership in place in San Antonio and Chicago -- which are picking 1-2 -- and not that many players who rate as sure bets to succeed in the league, this draft doesn't lend itself to any easy. . . Read More



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