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By Mel Greenberg @womhoopsguruNEW YORK – Well, as the summer moves along each of the 12 WNBA franchises will offer several matinee events targeted to the younger set as has been the norm for most of the history of the women’s pro basketball league, that began its 21st season Saturday in three. . . Read More
By ROB KNOX (@knoxrob1)The WNBA’s 21st season promises to be exciting with big names moving to new cities, electrifying rookies joining the league and dynamite storylines.Elena Delle Donne is the newest Washington monument. San Antonio’s Kelsey Plum enters the league as the No. 1 overall pick. . . Read More
It’s the strong and memorable campaign for the Mercury’s 2017-18 season that describes the promising squad well. In an announcement posted on the Mercury’s site, the organization explains their decision for this year’s motto. . . . Read More
The Indiana Fever went through arguably the most changes in the WNBA off-season. Not only did the Fever get a new head coach with Pokey Chatman, but the face of the franchise, Tamika Catchings went into retirement.. . . Read More
No matter how many years a player has been in the league, each year during training camp they must show up and earn their spot. As fans from the outside we never know how close a player was to making a team, we just find out who did and didn’t.. . . Read More
When her senior season began, it wasn't even certain if Saniya Chong would have a regular role at UConn but suddenly it is looking like she has made the opening day roster of the WNBA's Dallas Wings. The team currently has 12 players on the roster which is the WNBA maximum. Barring any waiver-wire. . . Read More
The Indiana Fever announced via a release on Tuesday afternoon that they had executed a trade with the San Antonio Stars for second-year guard Jazmon Gwathmey. Per the release, in exchange for . . . Read More
The countdown to final rosters is inching closer and closer (due on Friday) as teams made more cuts today. Before we get to that though, Indiana didn’t make a cut today, instead, they acquired another player to their roster: Jazmon Gwathmey . . . Read More



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