With the popularity of Twitter among WNBA players at an all-time high, we present our latest installment of Tweets of the Week, which features some of the best tweets from WNBA players over the past seven days. From players in the States, to players playing abroad, Twitter is a great way to keep up with some of your favorite players during the offseason. To find all of the WNBA players currently on Twitter, check out our Connect page.

@nickyanosike (Nicky Anosike): Just talked to my new WNBA head coach @LynxCoachReeve. She got me fired up 4 2010! She seems cool as hell (so far at least) lol. #madexcited
@Coach_Dunn (Lin Dunn): having dinner at Tully's new house tonite!..hope she can cook!
@twin1532 (Rebekkah Brunson): thanks for all the well wishes from the sac fans, Imma miss you all.. and thanks to all the lynx fans for the congrats and warm welcomes
@Candace_Parker (Candace Parker): Just got back from the gym, worked hard! It is a peace of mind leaving the gym knowin u worked as hard as you could and u had a solid wrkout
@cappa23 (Cappie Pondexter): IM SO EXCITED ABOUT COMING HOME FOR THE HOILDAYS, PACKIN THINGS UP AS I SPEAK

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