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Kelsey Plum was thrilled to be in San Antonio and sign her first professional contract. "It's kind of surreal. You can hear about it, but there's nothing like when you actually sign," Plum said in a phone interview with The Associated Press on Friday. "I'm excited to be here. I'd play for free.". . . Read More
The Connecticut Sun signed Chiney Ogwumike to a multiyear extension Saturday while she is recovering from Achilles tendon surgery. The WNBA does not have an injured reserve list, leaving a team with limited options in dealing with players who will miss the year because of injuries. The. . . Read More
Alaina Coates and her family made a long drive to the Big Apple for the WNBA draft, leaving their home in South Carolina late Wednesday night and arriving Thursday morning. But once the draft got started, Coates had a very short wait for her name to be called. She was the No. 2 pick by Chicago. . . Read More
It was sort of odd that with the WNBA draft taking place at Samsung 837 in Manhattan, just a little over a mile from Madison Square Garden, the Liberty were not a draft story. New York didn't have a first-round pick, and neither did Indiana, Phoenix or Seattle. Instead, three teams . . . Read More
The pro basketball dreams for Nia Coffey and her siblings all started years ago while spending long hours training together with their father in a gym at Grace Church in Eden Prairie. "We spent a lot of time in the gym," former Gophers and NBA player Richard Coffey said. "They sacrificed a lot.". . . Read More
First, to address the question every basketball fan in Seattle has been wondering. Was there any way at all the Storm could have figured out how to keep UW star and fan favorite Kelsey Plum in Seattle? In a phone interview midway through Thursday night’s WNBA draft, Storm president and general. . . Read More
Jones averaged 13.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game as a senior and was an Associated Press honorable mention all-America as well as a first-team all-Big 12 pick... . . Read More
Kelsey Plum went first in the WNBA draft Thursday. Then, South Carolina took over. Plum was taken No. 1 by the San Antonio Stars. The Washington guard finished her college career with an NCAA-record 3,527 points. The Stars had the worst record last season and held the top pick for the first time in. . . Read More



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