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    Tiffany Bias Interview

    Former WNBA Champion Tiffany Bias spent two years away from the WNBA, but during the offseason, The New York Liberty signed her to a training camp contract on April 18.  Bias was able to make it through training camp and landed a roster with the Liberty on May 23.  This season she averaged 2.1 points […] More

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    Griner leads Mercury over Wings

      “Sometimes, you just gotta win ugly, and that’s what it’s gonna come down to,” says Brittney Griner, forward of the Phoenix Mercury. As was the case when they faced the Dallas Wings in their second straight tilt with their inter-conference counterpart. The two teams came down the wire again in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, […] More

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    Sue Bird Sounds Off On How WNBA Players Can Be More Accessible

    Last August, Skylar Diggins-Smith would make headlines of her own when she spoke to Wealthsimple during their Money Diaries segment. Per Yahoo Sports “I’m the highest paid player on the Dallas Wings, and my salary is in the low six figures. [Harrison Barnes, the highest paid player on the Dallas Mavericks, made $24 million last season.] […] More

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    Mark Cuban On Attending A Dallas Wings Game This Season ” I Am Willing To Help Anyway I Can“

        Last summer, WNBA Rookie of the Year A’Ja Wilson made headlines after details of LeBron James contract were revealed. James signed a four-deal worth $154 Million and the announcement prompted Wilson to Tweet out “154M ……….. must. be. nice. We over here looking for a M 🙃 but Lord, let me get back […] More