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Atlanta Dream center Kalani Brown tested positive for COVID-19, will miss start of the season

Kalani Brown tests positive for COVID-19 during initial quarantine period in Florida https://twitter.com/kalanibrown21/status/1286664518123294720 Statement from the Atlanta Dream: Atlanta Dream center Kalani Brown tested positive for the COVID-19 virus ...

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WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert addresses bubble protocol, contingency plans and social justice initiatives: “We’re ready to go”

Three days before the WNBA season begins in Florida, the league's commissioner Cathy Engelbert held a teleconference with media. She opened ...
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WNBA grants medical waiver to Mystics center Tina Charles

Tina Charles, who was set to play her first season with the Washington Mystics this season, received a medical waiver to ...
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Chicago Sky announces 2020 TV Schedule that includes local broadcasts

All of the Chicago Sky's games at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla. will be televised, the team announced. WCIU is the ...

WNBA denies Elena Delle Donne’s medical opt-out request; Delle Donne and the team respond

7/15/20 Update: Elene Delle Donne responded to the league's denial with an essay in The Players' Tribune.  Delle Donne prefaced her essay ...

Kara Lawson on becoming Duke’s head coach: “This is a dream come true for me”

Former WNBA player Kara Lawson is already in hallowed territory as part of a wave of female assistant coaches in the ...

WNBA announces 2020 schedule; action begins with back-to-back days of national triple-header telecasts

Full Schedule || National TV Schedule The WNBA announced the schedule for the 2020 season. Play begins Saturday, July 25 with back-to-back ...

Highly touted Seattle Storm rookie Ezi Magbegor ready to begin her WNBA career

When Seattle Storm rookie forward Ezi Magbegor was nearly two years old, a fellow Australian Lauren Jackson became the first pick ...
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WNBA teams begin to get settled in the bubble, focused on practice and conditioning

https://youtu.be/WswrLf8CZOQ Video courtesy Phoenix Mercury As of Saturday, all WNBA teams have arrived at the "bubble" location, IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. The ...

WNBA season set to start July 25 after delayed beginning

The WNBA announced today that the season is scheduled to start Saturday, July 25, in Florida. Teams are in an isolated ...

New York Liberty rookie forward Megan Walker tests positive for COVID-19

New York Liberty rookie forward Megan Walker tested positive for the COVID-19 virus prior to the team traveling to Florida. She ...

With opt-outs and pending medical evaluations, what does success look like for Washington Mystics?

On July 6, WNBA players traveled to Bradenton, Florida, to start their delayed 2020 season under new quarantine protocols in light ...

Washington Mystics players Elena Delle Donne and Tina Charles waiting for results of medical evaluations

The Washington Mystics announced Wednesday that forward Elena Delle Donne and center Tina Charles "entered the WNBA player medical evaluation protocol. ...

WNBA Commissioner and players respond to Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler’s opposition to league’s social justice efforts

WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert released the following statement today in response to Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler's opposition to the social ...

New York Liberty guard Asia Durr to miss 2020 WNBA season due to recovering from COVID-19

The New York Liberty announced that second-year guard Asia Durr will miss the 2020 WNBA Season. Durr announced via social media ...

WNBA and WNBPA announce social justice initiatives for the season including special uniforms and “Black Lives Matter” on courts

As part of a season dedicated to social justice, WNBA players will wear "special uniforms to seek justice for the women ...

WNBA releases COVID-19 test results, 7 players tested positive, Fever delay arrival in Bradenton

Seven WNBA players tested positive for the coronavirus after 137 players underwent testing between June 28 and July 5. Two of ...

Las Vegas Aces center Liz Cambage “expected to miss” the 2020 WNBA season

The Las Vegas Aces announced that three-time All-Star center Liz Cambage is expected to miss the 2020 WNBA Season. She becomes ...

Los Angeles Sparks introduce Reshanda Gray and Te’a Cooper ahead of 2020 season

In a virtual press conference Wednesday afternoon, the Los Angeles Sparks introduced forward Reshanda Gray and rookie point guard Te' a ...

Indiana Fever reaffirm plan to stream team’s games for free during 2020 season

When the WNBA revealed its plan for a shortened season in mid-June, the Indiana Fever announced that the team would offer ...

With Uncertainty Hanging Over Their Heads, Some WNBA Players Find Marketing Opportunities

Even with the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic hanging over the country and a truncated season on the horizon, some WNBA ...

Seattle Storm coach Dan Hughes to miss 2020 WNBA season, team cites “higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19”

The Seattle Storm announced that head coach Dan Hughes will not travel with the team to IMG Academy in Florida for ...

Los Angeles Sparks players Kristi Toliver and Chiney Ogwumike to opt out of the 2020 WNBA season

Los Angeles Sparks guard Kristi Toliver and her teammate, forward/center Chiney Ogwumike, will not play this season in the WNBA, bringing ...

New York Liberty guard Rebecca Allen opts out of playing this season

New York Liberty guard Rebecca Allen is opting out of playing during the 2020 WNBA season. She joins six other WNBA ...

Erica Wheeler Stays Hopeful, Focused on Playing Career and Giving Back

Erica Wheeler Looks Forward to Getting on the Court Again It's been almost a year since Erica Wheeler took the women's basketball ...

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