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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 WNBAStore.com 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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    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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    2-Time WNBA Champion Kristi Toliver Opts Out of 2020-21 Season

    The Los Angeles Sparks announced today that guard Kristi Toliver will opt out of the 2020 WNBA season scheduled to start in July at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. “This year has forced all of us to make unprecedented decisions as our society faces the coronavirus pandemic,” Managing Partner and Governor Eric Holoman said. “With […] More

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    Dallas Wings Trade Anigwe, Waive Karlie Samuelson

    The Dallas Wings have traded Kristine Anigwe and the team’s 2021 third-round pick to the Los Angeles Sparks for a second-round pick in the 2021 WNBA Draft. The pick, originally owned by Dallas, was sent to the Sparks for Marina Mabrey on Feb. 21. Additionally, the Wings waived Karlie Samuelson. Anigwe, the No. 9 pick […] More

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    Shorthanded Wings Stun Sparks

      It was a night of resiliency. The Dallas Wings came surging back to steal the game from one of the league’s top teams as they outlasted the Los Angeles Sparks, 84-78. The Sparks were riding on a season-high, 5-game winning streak coming into Dallas on Wednesday night. They had every reason to believe they […] 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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    Big 3 News: Lisa Leslie Talks Match Up Against Power In Kansas City

    On Saturday, July 20th, the BIG3 will invade Sprint Center in Kansas City, Mo, for the first time.  The venue will host games that will feature three on three basketball with former NBA players such as Amare Stoudemire, Gilbert Arenas, Nate Robinson, and will also feature former Kansas Jayhawks‘ Mario Chalmers, Drew Gooden, and Julian Wright. During a conference call earlier this week Big […] More

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    Derek Fisher On Sparks Sluggish Shooting Against Wings “Physically We Didn’t Look As Sharp And Like Ourselves”

      The Dallas Wings were able to pick up their fifth victory of the season against the visiting Los Angles Sparks 74- 62. Dallas Wings’ forward Kayla Thornton would lead all scorers with 17 points, while grabbing three rebounds, and dishing out two assists. After the Game, Kayla Thornton talked about the Wings defense against […] More

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