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Injured Griner, Delle Donne will miss WNBA All-Star game
It was a tough week of injuries in the WNBA with both Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne getting sidelined.Griner injured her left knee and right ankle on Friday night in a loss to Minnesota. The WNBA's leading scorer is expected to be out a month. On the same night, Delle Donne sprained her . . . Read More
Defending WNBA champion Los Angeles Sparks remain a work in progress as All-Star Game break nears
Los Angeles returned the core of last season's WNBA championship team, but for as much as the Sparks need to build on the success of 2016, they also knew they'd be starting from scratch as they focus on repeating.. . . Read More
Why this WNBA team’s owners ignored the potential backlash to support Planned Parenthood
The team will donate $5 of each ticket sale to benefit Planned Parenthood.“I personally got my first birth control with Planned Parenthood. I think it’s a tremendous asset for women and girls and actually men, too, for some types of services,” Trudeau said. . . . Read More
The Wings' 3-point shooting was colder than a White Walker on Sunday night. The Wings made only three of their 25 attempts from distance as they played the Chicago Sky. But when the team was down to its last chance and a 3-pointer was all that could save the day, guard Skylar Diggins-Smith found a . . . Read More
All-Star Tiffany Hayes and the Atlanta Dream are looking to bounce back from a disappointing two-game road trip when they return home to host the struggling San Antonio Stars for a Tuesday matinee at Atlanta’s McCamish Pavilion. The Dream dropped back-to-back close games at Phoenix and at Seattle . . . Read More
Rebecca Lobo warned us all against sleeping on Connecticut as a playoff team. The Sun wasted no time, taking the WNBA by storm after a 1-5 start. Since then, Curt Miller’s squad has gone 11-3 and put together two separate 5 game win streaks.The Sun are third in the league in offensive rating and at. . . Read More
Johnson still sees title in Stars’ future
After games, they’d go to the training room and watch film together. They would analyze what they could have done better, rewinding specific plays to dissect their decisions. “We didn’t have to wait until the coaches told us what we needed to do,” said Johnson, who played alongside Hammon in San An. . . Read More
Brittney Griner is expected to miss a month. Tayler Hill is out for the season. And Elena Delle Donne missed Sunday's game and will be reevaluated this week. How will Phoenix and Washington cope while their stars recuperate?. . . Read More



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