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    Jewell Loyd Says WNBA Community Wants Brittney Griner Home Safe & Sound

    Earlier today, People Magazine’s Natasha Dado reported that two members of congress are working with the United States Department of State to get Phoenix Mercury center, Brittney Griner, released from Russia, where she is being detained on drug charges. Per Dado, Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) and Rep. Colin Allred (D-Texas) are working with the […] More

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    Girls Talk Sports TV & Founder Khristina Williams Partners With Athletes Unlimited

    Girls Talk Sports TV and founder Khristina Williams has partnered with Athletes Unlimited and will be joining the 2022 Inaugural Basketball Season. The season will take place Jan. 26 to Feb. 26 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Williams is a 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30: Sélection Sports, founded the digital media Girls Talk Sports TV in 2018. The media […] More

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    Las Vegas Aces Gave Me A Real Opportunity To Be A Head Coach, Says Becky Hammon

    The Las Vegas Aces introduced San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon as their new head coach earlier this week. “I sat in head coaching interviews [in the NBA], and people said two things,” Hammon told reporters, per Business Insider’s Meredith Cash. “‘You’ve only been in San Antonio, and you’ve never been a head coach.’ Second, […] More

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    WNBA MOMENTS TO DEBUT ON TOP SHOT

    The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA), OneTeam Partners, and Dapper Labs, the company behind NBA Top Shot and the Flow blockchain, today announced the integration of WNBA Moments into Top Shot, giving fans the ability to own the iconic moments that matter to them.  The experience, time with the […] More

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    Seattle Storm To Visit The White House On Monday

    The Seattle Storm will be honored at the White House on Monday as President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will meet with the team and celebrate the Storm’s WNBA record-tying fourth WNBA Championship in 2020. The Storm is the first women’s team to visit the White House under President Biden and the first WNBA squad to be […] More

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    The Hall Will Be Waiting When Diana Taurasi & Sue Bird ‘Are Ready To Step In,’ Says Nancy Lieberman

    Earlier this month, Team USA Women’s Basketball captured their seventh straight gold medal and its 55th consecutive win at the Toyko Olympics after beating the host country 90-75. It also marked the 5th straight gold medal for basketball legends Diana Taurasi and Sue Bird. “I mean what can you say it 20 years of sacrifice […] More

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    Sha’Carri Richardson Could Appeal Suspension But Doubt It Gets Overturn, Says Attorney

    The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency suspended Sha’Carri Richardson for testing positive. The USADA announced the suspension Friday after marijuana was found in their system, invalidating Richardson’s performance in the United States. Olympic trials in Eugene, Oregon, where she won the women’s 100-meter race. The suspension will also prevent the 21-year-old from participating in her landmark event in the […] More

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    Sue Bird Ties Katie Smith For Second on All-Time Three-Point List

    The defending champs Seattle Storm have the best record [10-2] in the league after defeating the Connecticut Sun 89-66. The Sun is currently without Jonquel Jones, who is playing overseas. She is playing for Bosnia and Herzegovina at EuroBasket.  After the first ten games, she is Jones has averaged 21.6 points and 10.4 rebounds. With Jones out […] More

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