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Epiphany Prince To Miss Beginning Of WNBA Season

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As far as integrity goes, Epiphanny Prince is up there on top, but that may not exactly bode well for her WNBA team. Prince is now expected to miss perhaps ... Read More »

USAB Names 27 For Women’s National Team Training Camp

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There won’t be a shortage of talent for the U.S. Women’s basketball in their bid to defend the title in Turkey. Featuring 14 athletes who have captured a combined 16 ... Read More »

Mercury Resigns DeWanna Bonner To Multi-Year Contract


DeWanna Bonner isn’t going anywhere, the Phoenix Mercury made sure of that. The three-time WNBA Champion Mercury have re-signed the versatile guard/forward to a contract spanning multiple years, the team ... Read More »

Dream Retains Henry, Signs Veteran Willingham


The Atlanta Dream resigns center Aneika Henry, the team announced Wednesday, and came to terms with nine-year vet Le’Coe Willingham. The Dream also made more offseason moves by adding guard ... Read More »

Superstar Diana Taurasi Being Paid NOT To Play?


Sometimes people forget that sports teams are businesses at its core – management and employees have to make tough decisions. It’s business don’t take it personal! Well, perhaps the WNBA’s ... Read More »

Skylar Diggins: Reach 4 the Sky Basketball Camp Tour


What is Skylar Diggins up to this off-season? I can dig it… WNBA hoopster Skylar Diggins of the Tulsa Shock brought her game to Marist High School in Bayonne this ... Read More »

WNBA Ramping Up with Free Agency


With the WNBA 2015 schedule announced earlier this month and free agency rounding out January; the WNBA Draft and training camp will be here before you know it. WNBA free ... Read More »

Swin Cash Hopes to Finish on Her Terms


Where Swin Cash will end up playing this summer is still unknown, but she definitely deserves another shot at a WNBA season. The long time WNBA veteran hopes to finish ... Read More »

WNBA’s Atlanta Dream: “What’s Your Dream?”


The WNBA Atlanta Dream announced that it will partner with Atlanta Public Schools in a Martin Luther King Jr. “What’s Your Dream?” essay contest. Students from selected schools may submit ... Read More »

UF Women’s Basketball Legend: Delisha Milton-Jones


Delisha Milton-Jones been successful at every level and it all started at the University of Florida. When most people think about some of the greatest legends in the history of ... Read More »