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Senior Spotlight: Aleighsa Welch
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Catchings to Finish Career In Indy
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Connecticut to Host All-Star, Draft
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Follow All The Player Movement

With free agency underway, here's a snapshot at some notable players that have re-signed or swapped teams. Player Movement Central
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Senior Spotlight: Aleighsa Welch

If you're trying to find one of the best seniors in the nation, don't look at the box score. Just watch Aleighsa Welch play. Read More
>> Senior Spotlight: Williams | Mosqueda-Lewis

Catchings to Finish Career In Indy

WNBA legend Tamika Catchings, who has stated that she will retire after the 2016 season, has signed a deal that will keep her in Indiana for the rest of her career. Read More >> Tamika's Trip to India

Connecticut to Host All-Star, Draft

Mohegan Sun Arena will be the site of Boost Mobile WNBA All-Star 2015 (July 25) and WNBA Draft 2015 presented by State Farm (April 16). Read More
>> Press Conference: Laurel Richie | Katie Douglas
Erika de Souza Re-Signs With Dream
The Atlanta Dream has re-signed center Erika de Souza. She was named to her third All-Star team in 2014 while averaging a career-high 13.8 points and adding 8.7 rebounds.
>> Official Release
>> Player Movement Central
HOMECOMING: Pondexter Traded For Prince
The Sky and Liberty exchanged All-Star guards Epiphanny Prince and Cappie Pondexter in a blockbuster trade.
>> What Is Each Team Getting
>> Cappie Pondexter Playerfile
>> Epiphanny Prince Playerfile
>> Player Movement Central
Chicago Brings Back Several Key Contributors
The defending Eastern Conference champion Chicago Sky are having a productive offseason re-signing several of its key players, including 2014 Sixth Woman of the Year Allie Quigley.
>> Sky Re-Sign Allie Quigley | Jessica Breland
>> Sky Re-Sign Tamera Young | Courtney Vandersloot
>> Player Movement Central
Where Are They Playing Now?
Ever wonder where your favorite WNBA players go in the offseason? The answer for many of them is that they play more hoops overseas.
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>> EuroLeague Women Home
All the Sights From NBA ALL-STAR 2015
WNBA stars played a big part in the festivities for All-Star 2015 in New York. Take a look back at some of the best photos from the week. View Gallery
>> Recap: Shooting Stars | Celebrity Game
Sue Bird Talks New York Hoops
While celebrating the history of New York basketball during NBA All-Star 2015, New York native Sue Bird talks about her experience with the city game. Read More
>> Sue Bird Playerfile
Taurasi to Sit Out 2015 Season
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The Phoenix Mercury and Diana Taurasi announced that the reigning WNBA Finals MVP will sit out the 2015 WNBA season.
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>> Official Team Release
>> Diana's Letter to Fans
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Douglas on Hosting All-Star

5-time WNBA All-Star Katie Douglas says it's an honor to host the 2015 All-Star and WNBA Draft at Mohegan Sun.

Elena Delle Donne and Tamika Catchings Support Lauren Hill

Last week, Lauren Hill of Mount St. Joseph University courageously took the floor for her first college game, refusing to let an inoperable brain tumor keep her from achieving her dream – and WNBA stars Elena Delle Donne and Tamika Catchings were on hand to lend their support.

All-Access: NBA All-Star Relay

To promote healthy living, the NBA teamed up with New York Road Runners for the first-ever marathon relay.

Hammon Makes Coaching Debut

Becky Hammon makes history as the first woman to be a full time NBA coach.

USA Basketball Women’s National Team: Capturing the Gold

An all access look at the team’s journey through the 2014 FIBA World Championship for Women culminating in their gold medal win

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