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2020 Schedule
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How WNBA rosters look after Tuesday's cuts

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.

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Taurasi still eyeing Olympics, but health a factor

As the coronavirus pandemic threatens the already-delayed Tokyo Olympics and WNBA season, Mercury star Diana Taurasi recognizes how difficult it is to predict her playing future after battling back and hamstring issues.

Diana Taurasi aspires to own a team (0:58)
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Taurasi: 'Where are the rich women' investors?

Diana Taurasi said Saturday that she'd like to be in sports ownership after she retires from playing and that she is disappointed in wealthy women for what she sees as a lack of support for women's professional sports.

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WNBA Power Rankings: Mystics, Storm lead the way

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.

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Liberty deal for 1st-rounder Willoughby, Talbot

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.

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WNBA draft 2020 -- Complete draft coverage

Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.

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Dream acquire Sun's Williams in 3-team trade

The Atlanta Dream acquired guard Courtney Williams from the Connecticut Sun in a three-team trade that sent forwards Jessica Breland and Nia Coffey to the Mercury. Phoenix sent the No. 17 overall pick to Atlanta and guard Briann January to Connecticut.

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Griner signs multiyear contract with Mercury

Brittney Griner re-signed with the only team she has played for in the WNBA, inking a multiyear contract with the Phoenix Mercury, the team announced.

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Diggins-Smith finds Wings exit via Mercury trade

Phoenix sent the fifth and seventh picks in the 2020 draft and a future first-rounder to Dallas in exchange for four-time All-Star Skylar Diggins-Smith.

Flashback: Bonner banks in 3-pointer from deep (0:48)
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Sun trade 3 1st-round picks to sign star Bonner

DeWanna Bonner is headed to the Connecticut Sun, who traded three first-round picks to the Mercury to land the star and sign her to a multiyear contract.

Taurasi tearful talking about Kobe (2:05)
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Kobe: Taurasi, Delle Donne, Moore are NBA-ready

Kobe Bryant, when asked if there might be a day when his daughter could play in the NBA, said WNBA stars Diana Taurasi, Elena Delle Donne and Maya Moore could do it "right now."

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10 must-watch WNBA games in 2020

WNBA Finals rematch? Sabrina Ionescu's pro debut? The return of players such as Breanna Stewart and Skylar Diggins? There's a lot to look forward to.

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Bird, Taurasi lead U.S. women past Stanford

Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Skylar Diggins-Smith were all glad to be back in action for the USA women's national team on Saturday, when the Americans beat preseason No. 3-ranked Stanford 95-80 at Maples Pavilion.

Team Stats

Points Per Game76.5
Rebounds Per Game32.5
Assists Per Game17.9

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