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NY Liberty, Sabrina Ionescu aim to surprise, thrive in 2020 WNBA season

The New York Liberty are back! Maybe? Over the past few seasons, the franchise had fallen from its flagship status, instead becoming an example of uninterested and inadequate investment in women’s sports. The 2020 season was to be the...

Maya Moore notches biggest win of her career, sets a Black man free

In promotions for the most recent edition of TIME 100 Talks, Maya Moore was described, appropriately, as “athlete and advocate.” Since she decided to take an indefinite sabbatical from the WNBA to focus on her spiritual journey...

Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve blasts unjust policing, wrongful imprisonment

Minnesota Lynx head coach and general manager Cheryl Reeve issued a statement on Thursday after star player Maya Moore achieved a hallmark off-court victory: securing Jonathan Irons’ freedom from imprisonment. Moore shocked the basketball world when she...

WNBA: Atlanta Dream rookie Chennedy Carter has a heavy load to bear

The 2020 WNBA season has been delayed since May 15 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, racial injustice across the United States has caused many players to put in a lot of hard work as social...

WNBA’s Maya Moore in TIME 100 Talk states need for spiritual reform

In promotions for the most recent edition of TIME 100 Talks, Maya Moore was described, appropriately, as “athlete and advocate.” Since she decided to take an indefinite sabbatical from the WNBA to focus on her spiritual journey...

All-time leading scorer Diana Taurasi is top No. 1 pick in WNBA history

From Tina Thompson in the league’s inaugural draft in 1997 to Sabrina Ionescu in 2020, there have been 24 No. 1 overall picks in the WNBA and most have made everlasting imprints on the league’s history. Thus,...

2020 WNBA season rosters change daily due to COVID-19-linked opt-outs

The staying power of the league’s future Hall of Famers and the gaggle of players reaching and thriving in their prime means most 2020 WNBA Draft picks found themselves waived at the May 26 roster finalization deadline....

Stella Johnson (former Broncs star) signs with the WNBA’s Chicago Sky

With established players opting out of the 2020 WNBA season due to COVID-19-related health concerns or to pursue social justice initiatives, the 2020 WNBA Draft picks who were waived at the roster finalization deadline in May are...

WNBA: Elena Delle Donne of Washington Mystics is best No. 2 pick ever

Elena Delle Donne is the best player from a 2013 draft class that included top pick Brittney Griner and No. 3 pick Skylar Diggins-Smith. She is also better than any other No. 2 pick in WNBA history,...

WNBA: Seattle Storm coach Dan Hughes will sit 2020 season

Seattle Storm head coach Dan Hughes will not be joining his team in the Bradenton, Florida, bubble during the 2020 WNBA season. The Storm announced on Monday that he would be at high risk of serious illness...

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