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WNBA Free Agency Begins, But Don't Expect MuchSue Bird is the prized free agent of this offseason, but she likely won't be going anywhere. Bird is expected to re-sign with the Seattle Storm, the only team she's ever played for in the league.
WNBA Changing Up Its Playoff FormatThe WNBA is switching up its playoffs. The league announced Thursday that they will begin taking the top eight teams based on record, as opposed to any conference allegiances.
WNBA To Unveil 'Watch Me Work' Marketing CampaignAs the WNBA is preparing to tip off its 20th season this May, the league has a new marketing campaign. The initial television spot will debut Saturday during the NBA's primetime game.
NBA Commissioner Plans To Be More Involved In WNBAAdam Silver has been heavily involved with the WNBA since the start. Now, the NBA commissioner plans to "redouble his efforts" after WNBA president Laurel J. Richie announced that she was stepping down.
Glory Johnson Gives Birth To TwinsGlory Johnson gave birth to twin girls on October 12, the WNBA announced on social media Sunday.
Fever & Lynx To Meet In WNBA FinalsThe Lynx stand in the way of the Fever, who, as Tamika Catchings put it, weren't even expected to make it out of the first round of the playoffs.
USA Basketball Suspends Brittney Griner For Start Of Training CampBrittney Griner will be missing some of USA Basketball's European training camp this week after she was suspended by the organization.
Elena Delle Donne Wins WNBA MVPElena Delle Donne is the WNBA's most valuable player, the league said Wednesday. The star averaged 23.4 points per game to lead the league and help Chicago into the playoffs.
WNBA Owners Approve Shock's Move To DFW The WNBA owners have unanimously approved the Tulsa Shock moving to the Dallas-Fort Worth area next season.
Silver Has 'No Doubt' NBA Could See A Female Head CoachHe believes with more women playing in the WNBA or working in the NBA, and with so many men's players having women in their family who have played, there will be more opportunities for women like the one Hammon got.
Tulsa Shock Owner Plans To Move WNBA Team To DFWTulsa Shock majority owner Bill Cameron announced plans Monday to move the WNBA franchise to the Dallas-Fort Worth market.
Johnson Didn't Expect Arrest After Griner FightGlory Johnson had no idea that her fight with then-fiancee Brittney Griner would become such a big deal. "We fought, we hashed it out, we talked it out," Johnson said.

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