Thursday, May 11, 2017

Bracing and preparing

WNBA rosters must be finalized by tomorrow. There were only three cuts today, which means tomorrow will end with a long list of broken dreams. Brace yourselves.

The season is two days away:

TV schedule.

National TV schedule.


It's known that I don't fancy predictions. Last year the WNBA GMs tabbed the Mercury to win the title, and we saw how that went. This season they're picking the Lynx. We'll see.

The league has MVP preseason rankings.

Fantasy game:

The WNBA and FanDuel have announced a one-day fantasy game. First time for that.

In lights:

The Empire State Building will be illuminated in New York Liberty colors for the season opener.

WNBA team news:

Get ready for the season with major additions and subtractions.

The Lynx could squeeze an extra player on to their roster before their opener.

The Sun roster is in flux as the season approaches.

All access at Dallas Wings practice.

All-access at New York Liberty practice.

All-access at Seattle Storm practice.

All-access at Minnesota Lynx practice.

The Sparks are postponing their Championship ring ceremony until Candace Parker, Essence Carson and Jantel Lavender return.

WNBA player news:

Cappie Pondexter is set to lead the young Chicago Sky.

Lindsay Whalen is staying ahead of the game.

Tayler Hill values playing over a paycheck.

Breanna Stewart shares the best advice from her mom and a training tip from her dad.

Isabelle Harrison is getting her groove back.

Moriah Jefferson is back.

Jonquel Jones: the Sun also rises.

Exciting duos to watch this season.

Has Saniya Chong made the Dallas Wings?

College player news:

The NCAA has granted another year of eligibility to South Dakota's Caitlin Duffy.

Former Florida State guard A'Tyanna Gaulden is transferring to Arkansas.

LaKyesha Stennis has transferred from Alabama to Oakland.

College coach news:

Jacie Hoyt is UMKC's new head coach.

Niki Washington is Illinois State's new assistant coach.

Former WNBA player news:

Tamika Catchings is ready to help players with their "second acts."

Former Liberty star Sue Wicks has found her calling.

Former college coach news:

What Marsha Sharp is up to now.

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