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    Sue Bird and Seattle Storm Lead The Way in Merchandise Sales

     The Seattle Storm and 11-time WNBA All-Star Sue Bird captured the top spots on the WNBA’s Most Popular Team Merchandise and Jerseys lists, respectively, based on sales since the start of the 2020 regular season. In addition to jersey and team merchandise sales, the league also announced that the orange WNBA logo hoodie was the most popular item this season […] More

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    Storm Alysha Clark Reacts to Klay Thompson Comparison

    Last week, the AP announced its recipients for this year’s award. Las Vegas Aces’ forward A’ja Wilson earned The Associated Press WNBA Player of the Year honors. Sparks forward Candace Parker took home, the AP Defensive Player of the Year Award, edging out Alyssa Thomas and Alysha Clark. In contrast, Minnesota Lynx Crystal Dangerfield took […] More

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    Sue Bird Selects Her 01-02 Senior Class To Face USC’s Legends

    Some of the greatest women to touch a basketball went to USC and UConn. Players such as Cheryl Miller, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Lisa Leslie, Tina Thompson, Pamela McGee, who were all Trojans went on into either the Women’s Hall of Fame or the Naismith Hall of Fame. The same could be said for the the University […] More

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    If USC Legends & UConn Legends Could Square Off “My Money Is On UConn,” Says Breanna Stewart

    The University of Southern California and the University of Connecticut have had some of the most decorated women the game of basketball has ever seen. USC has developed players such as Hall of Famers, Cheryl Miller, Cynthia Cooper-Dyke, Lisa Leslie, Tina Thompson, Women’s Hall of Famer Pamela McGee and Paula McGee. Meanwhile, the University of […] More

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    Greg Bibbs On Trading Skylar Diggins-Smith ‘I Think It Worked Out for Both Parties Involved’

    Earlier this year, the Dallas Wings and Phoenix Mercury struck a deal that sent four-time All-Star Skylar Diggins-Smith to the Mercury in exchange for the the fifth and seventh picks in the 2020 draft and a 2021 first-round pick. After Diggins-Smith shared in late January that she didn’t want to play for the Wings. “I don’t […] More

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    WNBA Community Sounds off-on Ex-Athletes Possibly Investing in WNBA

        On November 1st of 2018, the WNBA players decided to opt-out of their collective bargaining agreement. By choosing to opt-out of their deal at the time cut the arrangement short by two years. The labor agreement was scheduled to room from March 5, 2014, to October 2021 or until the playoffs have been completed. Since […] More

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    Cappie Pondexter Interview

    On April 16th, 2019, Cappie Pondexter announced her retirement on Instagram, according to ESPN’s Mechelle Voepel. The former Finals MVP won two championships as a member of the Phoenix Mercury alongside Diana Taurasi and won a gold model in 2008.  The Mercury drafted Pondexter with the second pick in the 2006 WNBA draft. During the […] More

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    Dame Dolla Will Drop His Third Studio Album “BIG D.O.L.L.A.”On Friday Aug 9th

    Damian Lillard has had an eventful offseason that began on NBA draft night aiming at Sacramento Kings forward Marvin Bagley III after he was called out on First Take. Lillard released a track called “MARVINNNNNN!!!???” and after Bagley’s response, he released another single called  “BYE, BYE.” Last month, Lillard would sign a four-year extension worth $196 […] More

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    Lisa Leslie Makes Mouth Dropping Statement on Cheryl Miller, and Tina Thompson

        Lisa Leslie is one of the most decorated women’s basketball players of all time. Even before she started at Morningside High School in Inglewood, California, Lisa received more than a hundred college offers, including institutions such as the University of Tennessee and Stanford University. Leslie became an immediate force at Morningside as she […] 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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