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Monday, October 7, 2019

Game 4: ready to rumble

Game 4 tomorrow:

Preview.

Elena Delle Donne will play in Game 4 despite her back injury.

Her presence in Game 3 gave her team an emotional lift.

The Mystics want to clinch in Connecticut for coach Mike Thibault.

Film study: Washington's three-point shooting.

SunCast: Finals edition.

Jasmine Thomas discusses the Sun's adjustments for Game 4.

WNBA player news:

Delle Donne says having a herniated disc feels like having a pole up her back.

Elena Delle Donne's determination was the difference for Washington in Game 3.

Family comes first for Delle Donne.

Kristi Toliver knows how to win titles, and the Mystics are just one step away.

Kia Nurse will take the road more traveled if that's what it takes to get to the Olympics.

College team news:

Pac-12 media day notebook.

Coaches have voted Oregon the conference favorite.

Furman has been tabbed the favorites to win the Southern Conference.

South Dakota has been picked to win the Summitt League title.

Five unanswered questions for UConn.

Arizona is on a mission for more this year.

BYU is missing one big piece this season.

College player news:

Stanford's talented freshman class is already making its mark.

Oregon's Satou Sabally is playing for her injured sister Nyara this year.

Teammate Sabrina Ionescu is the face of college basketball, her coach says.

Oregon State's Kat Tudor is being patient rehabbing her ACL.

Iowa State needs Ashley Joens to take a leap this season.

Why expectations for Joens are growing.

Freshman Kiersten Bell will make it to the Ohio State record books, her coach says.

College coach news:

Tara VanDerveer talks about the possibility of passing Pat Summitt in the all-time wins category.

First-year Cal coach Charmin Smith has the support of Pac-12 coaches.

Smith must alter the Bears' style.

Jory Collins is flipping the script at North Dakota State.

USA Basketball news:

3X3 teams for the World Beach Games have been named.

High school news:

Predicting where the top 2020 undeclared prospects will sign.