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Links: WNBA's Western Conference Teams start training camp

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More links, this time from the West.

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Los Angeles Sparks

  • The Sparks have partnered with St. Bernard High School, a Catholic high school in Playa del Rey, CA to provide the team its primary practice facility. (LASparks.com)
  • Candace Parker and UMMC wins the EuroLeague title. (WNBA.com)
  • Kristi Toliver and Moscow Dynamo win the EuroCup title. (WNBA.com)
Minnesota Lynx
  • Lynx from the official site with notes and video from their camp. (I love puns.): (Day 1 | Day 2)
  • Janel McCarville is happy to be playing in Minnesota and also talks about sitting out the last couple years. (St. Paul Pioneer Press)
  • Tyler Mason of Fox Sports North has his take on the start of Lynx camp. (read here)
Phoenix Mercury
  • Brittney Griner completes her first day of camp. (Arizona Republic)
  • Ben York has his blog entry on the first day of camp. (PhoenixMercury.com)
  • And here's a great essay that Griner wrote in regards to publicly saying that she is gay, and also her take and admiration of free agent Washington Wizards center Jason Collins doing the same last week. (from the New York Times)
San Antonio Silver Stars
Seattle Storm
  • Tina Thompson gives her take on the team's first day at camp on the team's official site (read here)
  • Jayda Evans has a piece on the Storm's first day of camp (from the Seattle Times)
  • And from last week, Evans gave another piece where this year will be a "test of character" (from the Seattle Times)
Tulsa Shock
  • Skylar Diggins had her media conference last week (from the Tulsa World)
  • Coach Klop thinks Skylar may be that "missing piece." Hmmm.... 'YA THINK?! I AM BULLISH ON TULSA THIS YEAR! :) - (from the Tulsa World)
  • Another piece from the Tulsa World from the first day of camp. This team is "far superior." (read here)
  • ESPN's Michelle Smith has a piece on Nicole Powell and Candice Wiggins coming to Oklahoma this season (read here).
Like with the Eastern Conference teams, these links can't possibly be the only ones out there. If you have more, comment below.