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Epiphanny Prince is headed to Russia.
Reversing her decision from the start of training camp, Elizabeth Cambage now plans to play for the Tulsa Shock this season.
Liz Cambage has reversed course, saying she will play in the WNBA this summer. But the Australian's history with the league has many on the edge of their seat to see if Cambage really returns and what sort of season she might have.
Looking up to someone for one of the few times in her basketball life, Brittney Griner leaned into the 7-foot man in front of her, watching and listening as he flipped in one hook shot after another.
The Phoenix Mercury have their healthy stars back, not to mention the addition of Brittney Griner, and have nowhere to go but up after a forgettable 2012.
The Washington Mystics have signed free agent forward Jessica Moore.
Atlanta has released guard Ketia Swanier and forward Blanche Alverson, leaving the Dream with 14 players.
The Tulsa Shock waived guards Doneeka Lewis and Italee Lucas on Tuesday, trimming their roster as the regular season approaches.
One week into their first training camp under Bill Laimbeer, the New York Liberty are full of excitement and optimism.
Is defending WNBA champion Indiana the favorite in the Eastern Conference? Mechelle Voepel and Michelle Smith debate it out.
Indiana Fever forward Shyra Ely-Gash will miss the entire 2013 WNBA season after rupturing her right Achilles tendon.
Maya Moore won a title in China and saw her alma mater win another crown. Now, is it time for Moore and Minnesota to capture another WNBA championship?
The 10-second backcourt rule will go into effect in NCAA women's basketball for the first time next season if a recommendation from the sport's rules committee is approved.
Elena Delle Donne loved her home state of Delaware so much, she retreated there from UConn after just two days. A college career later, she's set about making Chicago her new home.
Alexa Middleton has always dreamed of a career in the WNBA. Heading into her senior season at Riverdale (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), the talented guard is on the right path.