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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 those players are from the ...

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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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Atlanta Dream guard Tiffany Hayes opts out of the 2020 WNBA season

Atlanta Dream guard Tiffany Hayes has opted out of the 2020 WNBA Season, the organization announced Tuesday. She becomes the fifth ...
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Connecticut Sun center Jonquel Jones opts out of the 2020 WNBA season; Mystics players Natasha Cloud and LaToya Sanders join exodus

Photo: NBAE/Getty Images Update: Washington Mystics players Natasha Cloud and LaToya Sanders decide to sit out season The Connecticut Sun announced that center ...

Coaches and players support Renee Montgomery’s “leap of faith” to focus on social justice issues

Atlanta Dream guard Renee Montgomery’s decision to sit out the 2020 season to focus on social justice issues was a “leap ...
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Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve talks about plans for the 2020 season and the need for social justice work

The 2020 WNBA season will be like none other in league history. First, all twelve teams will live and play all games ...

Mystics owners, Monumental Sports, unveil a slate of social justice initiatives that includes a call for police reform

With many WNBA players at the forefront of athlete-led social activism movements, the parent company of the Washington Mystics, Monumental Sports ...

Atlanta Dream guard Renee Montgomery to sit out the 2020 WNBA season and focus on off-court social justice initiatives

Atlanta Dream guard Renee Montgomery will sit out the 2020 WNBA season to focus on off-court initiatives, the team announced Thursday. ...

WNBPA receives award from Jobs With Justice, Layshia Clarendon outlines ideas for player-led social justice initiatives in acceptance speech

Layshia Clarendon outlines ideas social justice initiatives for the 2020 season https://youtu.be/xqcZfi_7nZQ Recently, the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA), the union representing ...
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With many questions unanswered, the Connecticut Sun and other teams are hopeful for a successful WNBA season

WNBA announces plan to play a 22-game regular season in Bradenton, Florida 6/18/20 Update: Dream guard Renee Montgomery opts out ...
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Las Vegas Aces sign free agent guard Alex Bentley

WNBA Transactions The Las Vegas Aces signed free agent guard Alex Bentley Tuesday. “I’m extremely excited to join the Las Vegas Aces!” said ...

WNBA announces plan to play a 22-game regular season in Bradenton, Florida

WNBA to play a 22-game season in Bradenton, Florida Update: League commissioner Cathy Engelbert appeared on ESPN's "The Return of Sports" Monday ...

Las Vegas Aces guard Kelsey Plum undergoes Achilles tendon surgery, will miss 2020 WNBA season

From the Aces: Las Vegas Aces General Manager Dan Padover announced that fourth-year guard Kelsey Plum underwent successful surgery today on her ...

Dawn Staley gives an update on preparation for Tokyo 2021, “everything is still so fluid”

Team USA women's basketball head coach Dawn Staley provided an update on the U.S. women's national team's plans for the postponed ...

Catching up with Adrienne Goodson: The basketball legend talks about her career, her alma mater, her book and more

Photos courtesy Adrienne Goodson Die-hard fans of women’s basketball who have followed the WNBA from its inception are familiar with the name ...
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With her cousin’s memory heavy on her heart, Sparks’ Tierra Ruffin-Pratt discusses recent police brutality in the U.S.

There were thirty journalists crammed into small, square Zoom screens, some were comfortable in their home offices, small apartments, or bedrooms, ...

Women’s basketball community members speak out in response to death of George Floyd and protests

Women’s basketball community members “Run for Maud” to support justice efforts for Ahmaud Arbery Anti-racism Resources for Teachers Ending Anti-black ...

2020 WNBA Rosters

Last updated: 6/18/20 Teams had a May 26 deadline to cut rosters to 12 players. Players have until June 25 to opt ...

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