Wednesday, April 27, 2016

More "wow"s

What a week, and it's only Wednesday

WNBA team news:

The Dallas Wings want you to know they're not playing your mother's basketball.

WNBA player news:

Mystics guard Kara Lawson will sit out the first half of the season, and may retire.

Kelsey Minato is on leave from the Army while she tries out for the San Antonio Stars.

The Sky's Cheyenne Parker discusses the offseason and this season.

Elizabeth Williams and Bria Holmes are turning heads at Dream camp.

WNBA transactions:

April 27, 2016

Team Player Transaction

New York Lacy, Jennifer Contract Signed
Seattle Whyte, Davellyn Waived
Atlanta Braxton, Kara Waived
New York Tarakchian, Annie Waived
New York Ballard, Danielle Waived

College player news:

Why are so many leaving Kentucky?

Iowa transfer Whitney Jennings has landed at Butler.

Former Clemson post player Justice Wright has transferred to Auburn.

Evansville guards Camille Coleman and Taloni Reese are transferring.

College coach news:

Kentucky coach Matthew Mitchell takes the responsibility for the upheaval in the program.

Mitchell Q&A.

SMU coach Travis Mays has announced his coaching staff.

Geno Auriemma had been suffering from the flu and a bronchial infection when he was hospitalized after the Final Four earlier this month.

Camryn Whitaker said it was best she moved on from Kentucky's staff.

Olympics news:

Opals' coach Brendan Joyce believes Liz Cambage can deliver for Australia at the games.

He also says Candace Parker is one of the world's top three players. DUH.

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