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GameThread: Storm vs. Aces headline WNBA Friday triple-header

Also, the Fever host the Mystics and the Sun host the Dream. All games will be on CBS Sports Network or NBA TV,.

The WNBA must be more flexible with Europe to ensure a strong future

Though Europe is women’s basketball’s best continent, three of the five players who made this year’s Women’s EuroBasket All-Star team aren’t in the WNBA. It doesn’t have to be that way.

GameThread: Sun vs. Mercury is the biggest battle in a five-game WNBA Friday night slate

The Phoenix Mercury have bounced the Connecticut Sun from early rounds of the playoffs in recent years. Will this game help the Sun to solve the Mercury? All games can be watched on ESPN2, ESPN3 or CBS Sports Network.

Women’s EuroBasket 2019 analysis: Spain repeats championship and 3 things we learned overall

Spain defeats France, 86-66, for the gold medal and Serbia beat Great Britain, 81-55, for the bronze. Belgium and Sweden clinched Europe’s remaining Olympic Qualifying Tournament berths.

Women’s EuroBasket 2019 Preview: France, Spain play for gold

In the final, Bria Hartley and Astou Ndour try to earn a gold medal before returning to the WNBA this summer. Great Britain will play Serbia for the bronze medal.

EuroBasket 2019 Semifinals Preview: France, Spain, Great Britain, Serbia in the medal hunt

Also, Belgium, Hungary, Sweden and Russia play in consolation games with Olympic qualifying tournament spots on the line!

EuroBasket 2019 QF Preview: 8 teams compete for Olympic qualifiers

Spain, France and Belgium are among the teams with WNBA players looking to earn qualifier berths outright.

Recap: Aces ramp up defense late to defeat Sky, 90-82

A’ja Wilson and Liz Cambage came up big in the fourth quarter to carry the Aces to their second consecutive win.

Recap: Sparks shake off sluggish start to defeat Aces, 86-74

Chelsea Gray, Candace Parker and Riquna Williams led L.A. with 18 points each. Liz Cambage scored 18 points for Las Vegas.

Women’s EuroBasket 2019: How to watch and how it affects the WNBA

Alex Bentley and Emma Meesseman are two of the most prominent WNBA players who will play in the continental competition where Olympic qualifying berths are on the line.