On this ATR Fast Break episode, LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby discuss the recent questions surrounding the WNBA accommodations at IMG academy, Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler's opposition to social action, Duke's head coaching vacancy and much more!
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New York Liberty guard Asia Durr will sit out the WNBA season as she continues to recover from the coronavirus.
With at least seven players opting out of the 2020 season, we've updated our rankings based on the current rosters.
The Liberty's youth movement continued Friday as they signed free-agent Joyner Holmes, who had been waived by the Storm after being a second-round pick in the WNBA draft.
Forced to make cuts without having training camps, WNBA teams trimmed their rosters to no more than 12 players Tuesday. Three squads have no rookies.
Sarah talks to WNBA All-Star Layshia Clarendon about her oddly specific aspirations as a kid, the difficulty in coming out to her parents, why she's become such a vocal activist for LGBTQ rights, and her excitement about playing with #1 overall pick Sabrina Ionescu.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says teams in his state can return to their facilities for training after a pause of more than two months.
WNBA stars Sabrina Ionescu and Breanna Stewart discussed their shared experience of being a No. 1 pick and their hopes for a '20 WNBA season, among other topics in a live chat on Nike's Instagram page Thursday.
Oregon women's basketball star Sabrina Ionescu and Iowa wrestler Spencer Lee shared the Sullivan Award on Wednesday night as the country's top amateur athletes.
The Liberty waived Tayler Hill after acquiring the guard in an April 15 trade.
New York added No. 1 pick Sabrina Ionescu, but the Liberty start out last. Washington and Seattle, the past two WNBA champs, open 1-2, followed by L.A.
Dallas and Minnesota got A-plus grades after picking the players they wanted to fill their team needs. Three other teams scored A grades.
The Liberty got No. 10 pick Jocelyn Willoughby from Phoenix in exchange for Shatori Walker-Kimbrough, as well as Stephanie Talbot from Minnesota in exchange for No. 26 pick Erica Ogwumike, on Friday.
Sabrina Ionescu's selection with the No. 1 pick was among the items eliciting social reaction during Friday's 2020 WNBA draft.
The Oregon superstar, who holds an NCAA record for triple-doubles, was selected No. 1 overall in the WNBA draft Friday.
There are strengths and weaknesses in her game. But compare Sabrina Ionescu to other top picks and she's one of the best WNBA draft prospects in recent memory.
Some teams have glaring needs. Others will look for the best player available. But one team has been targeting Friday's WNBA draft for two years.
Basketball superstar Sabrina Ionescu joins Mina Kimes to reflect on her history-making career at Oregon, her run at a college championship cut short, and how joining the WNBA will be unlike anything she's experienced. In Friday's WNBA Draft, a bright spot amid the live sports shutdown, Ionescu is the top prospect and is expected to join the New York Liberty. Hear how she's preparing for her pro career and training during this time. Plus, a look at the biggest stories in the draft overall, and what the season - whenever it starts - might hold.
Wednesday's three-team trade sending Tina Charles to the Mystics could bring Oregon teammates Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard together again on the Liberty.
The Mystics could have run it back with a similar roster to last year's title team. Instead, they hope center Tina Charles gives their offense greater diversity.