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May 2017 Archive

Seattle Storm: Sue Bird and Breanna Stewart not cleared to play in season opener due to injuries

Seattle Storm president and general manager Alisha Valavanis released the following statement today regarding point guard Sue Bird (left knee) and forward Breanna Stewart (right knee): “Sue and ...

More From May 2017

With a solid core of veterans and some exciting additions, Sparks look to repeat as WNBA champions

LOS ANGELES – As the 2017 WNBA regular season gets underway, many expect the reigning champion Los Angeles Sparks to mount ...

Dallas Wings finalize roster to begin 2017 season

The Dallas Wings has a final roster for the 2017 regular season. The Wings begin play Saturday, May 14, in Phoenix against the ...

Washington Mystics face team chemistry challenge heading into the 2017 WNBA season

WASHINGTON — On May 14, the Washington Mystics will open their historic 20th season against the San Antonio Stars. Coach Mike ...

Empire State Building lights illuminated in New York Liberty colors

The Empire State Building lights were illuminated in New York Liberty colors on Wednesday night to commemorate the team’s 2017 season ...

Stars trade guard Jazmon Gwathmey to Fever in exchange for 2018 Draft 3rd round pick

The San Antonio Stars acquired the Indiana Fever’s third round pick in the 2018 WNBA Draft in exchange for 6-2 guard ...

Mystics drop preseason finale to Lynx, 74-59

https://twitter.com/WashMystics/status/861760943398825988 Full Preseason Results WASHINGTON — The Washington Mystics finished their final exhibition game with a 74-59 loss to the Minnesota Lynx, finishing the ...

Shoni Schimmel to miss 2017 WNBA season “to deal with some personal issues”

The New York Liberty and guard Shoni Schimmel released the following statements regarding the 2017 WNBA season: New York Liberty president Isiah ...

San Antonio Stars: Kelsey Plum suffers sprained right ankle

San Antonio Stars guard Kelsey Plum suffered a sprained right ankle at today’s team practice the franchise announced. Her status will ...

#WNBA Preseason Transactions as of May 3, 2017

Preseason schedule/results May 3, 2017 Atlanta Gatling, Markeisha Waived Atlanta Reynolds, Jordan Waived Indiana McKinney, Shanece Waived Indiana Motley, Adrienne Waived Indiana Williams, Ronni Waived San Antonio Bulgak, Adut Waived April 30, 2017 Dallas Lang, Kelsey Waived Dallas Purcell, Kalani Waived April 29, 2017 Chicago Cooper, Shayla Waiver claim San Antonio Williams, Courtney Waived Washington Range, ...

Fever waive Shanece McKinney, Adrienne Motley and Ronni Williams, 14 players remain on training camp roster

Following a preseason loss Tuesday against the Washington Mystics, the Indiana Fever waived three players from their preseason roster: Shanece McKinney, ...

Thirty-three players receive invitations to attend 2017 USA Basketball Women’s U19 World Cup Team trials

Thirty-three of the nation’s top 19-and-under players have accepted invitations to attend the 2017 USA Basketball Women’s U19 World Cup Team ...

WNBA announces deal to stream 20 regular-season games per year on Twitter in 2017, 2018 and 2019

The WNBA and Twitter announced a multiyear streaming deal that will bring live WNBA games to Twitter, beginning with the Dallas Wings ...

WNBA unveils second “Watch Me Work” video for the 2017 season

https://youtu.be/SMppvBPKGZw The WNBA unveiled the second installment of its season-long campaign, “Watch Me Work.” The video features NBA stars Stephen Curry ...

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