News is flying

News is flying

WNBA news:

The numbers game: digging into lineup data.

The WNBA is coming to Canada, and that could change women’s sports.

Player’s game-day fashion deserves recognition.

Q&A with incoming commissioner Cathy Engelbert.

WNBA team news:

Sparks are flying from three-point range as LA aims for four straight wins against Dallas tomorrow.

The break did the Sun no good.

CBS Sports power rankings.

WNBA player news:

Chelsea Gray recorded her first triple-double yesterday, with 13 points, 13 assists and 10 rebounds. It was the eighth in league regular-season history.

Elena Delle Donne broke her nose in yesterday’s game, and is day to day.

Jantel Lavender has a fresh start in Chicago.

Temi Fagbenle is set to rejoin the Lynx after a stellar Eurobasket showing.

Sue Bird got a love post online from World Cup champ/girlfriend Megan Rapinoe.

Riquna Williams’ agent says NBA counsel is urging the WNBA to suspend her.

Tina Charles and Brittney Griner are the Eastern and Western conference players of the week.

WNBA coach news:

Wings coach Brian Agler will face his former team for the first time tomorrow.

Tomorrow’s game schedule:

Sparks at Wings

College player news:

South Carolina’s oldest player has a message for the freshmen: “slow it down.”

Get to know Gamecock newcomer Laeticia Amihere.

Kennedy Brown has come a long way to start anew at Oregon State.

Several former Lady Vols are excited for the changes at Tennessee.

College coach news:

Kiley Hill is the new head coach at Western Carolina.

International news:

The USA’s World University Games team beat Japan, 89-84, to advance to the gold medal match.

A gold medal reflects Spain’s golden generation.

For Serbia, a bronze medal means so much more.

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