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Brittney Griner & Glory Johnson suspended 7 games

Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson have been suspended seven games without pay, for their domestic violence incident that happened a few weeks ago, according to multiple reports.

Isiah Thomas files for part ownership of Liberty

According to multiple reports, Isiah Thomas has filed paperwork for part ownership of the New York Liberty. Last week, Thomas was hired as the new President of the Liberty. NFL Network's Rich Eisen decided to take a jab at Thomas' hiring.

Minnesota Lynx re-signs All-Star Maya Moore

Minnesota Lynx have announced the signing to All-Star forward, Maya Moore, to a multi-year contract. The four-time All-Star is also a two-time WNBA champion.

Isiah Thomas to deny fault in 2007 harassment case

Yesterday, the New York Liberty announced that NBA Hall of Famer, Isiah Thomas, will be the team's new president. Today, Thomas while on ESPN's Mike & Mike, stated that he will deny culpability in 2007 sexual harassment case, when he meets with WNBA.

New York Liberty hires Isiah Thomas as President

NBA Hall of Famer, Isiah Thomas, has been named President of the New York Liberty; also gets ownership interest.

Katie Douglas announces retirement after 14 years

Connecticut Sun guard and WNBA veteran, Katie Douglas, has announced her retirement, per multiple reports.

Alisha Valavanis: in the eye of the Storm

In less than 12 months, Alisha Valavanis, has transformed the Storm from the oldest and smallest team in the WNBA, to a preview of what women's basketball will look like from now on.

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Storm Sign Japanese Star Ramu Tokashiki

Lisa Leslie previews the Final Four & more

We had the chance to speak with the WNBA legend about this weekend's Final Four, the Los Angeles Sparks' off-season, and the Capital One Cup.

Cappie Pondexter happy to be back home

Six-time WNBA All-Star Cappie Pondexter discuss her happiness in being back home, playing with Elena Delle Donne and Sylvia Fowles and Pokey Chatman's "killer instinct."

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WNBA stars featured on SLAM Magazine special issue

SLAM Magazine teamed up with Nike to bring women's basketball fans a special issue featuring WNBA stars Sue Bird, Elena Delle Donne, Skylar Diggins, and Brittney Griner on the cover. The print edition will be given away for free by Nike while an online edition will also be available soon.

Temeka Johnson signs with the L.A. Sparks

Johnson has found a new team just one week after she was waived by the Seattle Storm.

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What Lavender's re-signing means for the Sparks

It may be easy to expect that she will stay in L.A. for years to come, but perhaps this move is also a way to better position the Sparks for future trades.

Jasmine Thomas re-signed by Atlanta

The Atlanta Dream take one more step in solidifying their roster this season by re-signing Jasmine Thomas.

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Seattle Storm waive Temeka Johnson

Johnson spent two seasons with Seattle, including the 2013 season where she was a starter.

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Vicki Baugh signs training camp deal with Tulsa

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Herrington came to D.C. to win a championship

Some quick thoughts on why Herrington came to play for the Washington Mystics.

Inova Health logo photoshopped off Mystics jerseys

It appears that the Mystics do not have a jersey sponsor for the 2015 WNBA season, for now.

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Fever acquire Shenise Johnson

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Storm HC Boucek names assistant coaching staff

There's one common theme surrounding the Seattle Storm's coaching staff: player development.

Wiggins signs with the New York Liberty

After an injury hampered 2014 season with the Los Angeles Sparks, Candice Wiggins will be taking her talents to the East Coast to get a fresh start.

Convince me why the Mystics' outlook is bright

We'll admit that we have been harsh on the Mystics' veteran moves over the last several weeks. So here's your chance to tell us why we shouldn't be.

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The Mystics prefer mediocrity over the future

The Washington Mystics' re-signings of veterans like Kia Vaughn and Ivory Latta indicate that they want to win big now. But it just isn't realistic.

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Mystics re-sign Kia Vaughn to extension

Along with the re-signing of Ivory Latta, the Mystics have now solidified their veteran core.

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Seattle Storm re-sign Rolle, Robinson

Seattle continues its commitment to younger players by re-signing two post players from last year's team.

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Catchings, Beard, Pedersen re-sign with 2014 teams

Catchings and Beard should expect to continue playing the roles they did in 2014, while Pedersen may see an expanded role in 2015 due to Chiney Ogwumike's injury.

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Allie Quigley re-signs with the Chicago Sky

Quigley was the WNBA's 2014 Sixth Woman of the Year and was a key piece for the Sky's Eastern Conference championship playoff run.

Dream sign Nadia Colhado and three other players

Atlanta continues to add to its pre-season roster by resigning Nadia Colhado and picking up unrestricted free agent Roneeka Hodges.

Atlanta Dream re-signs Erika de Souza

de Souza has been in Atlanta since 2008.

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L.A. Sparks sign Jennifer Hamson

After taking the 2014 season off to focus on completing her NCAA eligibility in volleyball, Jennifer Hamson will play for the L.A. Sparks after all.

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Seattle acquires Hollingsworth, pick from D.C.

This move allows the Storm to continue to get younger, and add a center with significant international playing experience.

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Mystics get 15th pick in the 2015 WNBA Draft

To get the pick, they traded Quanitra Hollingsworth and the 20th pick in the Draft.

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