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BLOG: The Dance Never Ends

Take a unique look at the women's NCAA Tournament with insight on theis year's senior class as well as blogs from current WNBA players.
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WNBA Draft Set for April 16

The WNBA will welcolme future stars -- like last year's No. 1 pick Chiney Ogwumike -- into the league at the 2015 WNBA Draft on April 16. Read More
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Maya Knows Winning

There's no denying that Maya Moore is a winner no matter where she goes. After wrapping up a third straight WCBA title, look at her championship timeline. Read More >> Maya's Top Plays of 2014

Stay Current With 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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Chicago Welcomes Cappie Pondexter
After trading for the two-time WNBA champion and five-time All-Star, Cappie Pondexter was introduced to Chicago media. Pondexter also signed a multi-year contract extension. Read More
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Brittney Is Back...In A Big Way
Brittney Griner is back from China and the 6-foot-8 center is already making her presence felt -- at the Mercury team office and a Suns game. Read More
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Jantel Lavender Resigns With Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Sparks have re-signed center Jantel Lavender. Last season, she posted career bests of 11.9 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. Read More
>> Sparks Sign Temeka Johnson
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>> Shenise Johnson Traded to Indiana
WATCH: ESPN Film on Tamika, Kobe
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Kobe Bryant and Tamika Catchings met as children as their father played professionally in Italy. Now they share a special bond.
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>> USA Today: The Bond Between Tamika, Kobe
#LeanInTogether For Equality
The NBA, WNBA and Lean In are partnering to show the world that when men lean in for equality, they win – and so does everyone else!
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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
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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>> Diana's Letter to Fans
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#LeanInTogether: NBA & WNBA Stars Are In–Are You?

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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.

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