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WNBA Season Preview 2018

WNBA Team Preview: Dallas Wings (#7)

The Dallas Wings have accumulated a lot of talent in the last several years. But they must improve on defense to hit their potential.

WNBA Team Preview: Washington Mystics (#6)

The Mystics made their first WNBA semifinals appearance in 15 years. Though they won’t have Emma Meesseman this year, they could do it again.

WNBA Team Preview: Seattle Storm (#8)

Seattle was the eighth seed entering the 2017 WNBA Playoffs. What will it take for the Storm to have a more successful regular season and better playoff possibilities?

WNBA Team Preview: Phoenix Mercury (#5)

Will a healthy Diana Taurasi and the return of "the most versatile player in the world" bring another WNBA Championship to Phoenix?

WNBA Team Preview: Chicago Sky (#9)

The Chicago Sky missed the WNBA Playoffs in 2017, but they’re in good position to get back to the postseason this summer.

WNBA Team Preview: Connecticut Sun (#4)

The Connecticut Sun was the WNBA’s most improved team last year. Can they keep it up this summer?

WNBA Team Preview: Atlanta Dream (#10)

The Atlanta Dream regroup after missing the 2017 playoffs without Angel McCoughtry. How far can they go this summer?

WNBA Team Preview: New York Liberty (#3)

The New York Liberty looks to get past the second round of the playoffs this season.

WNBA Team Preview: Indiana Fever (#11)

The Indiana Fever missed the 2017 playoffs and will probably miss the postseason again this year. But they still have a lot to root for this season.

WNBA Team Preview: Los Angeles Sparks (#2)

After winning the 2016 WNBA championship and two consecutive Finals appearances, the Sparks look to win their second title in three years.

WNBA Team Preview: Las Vegas Aces (#12)

The team formerly known as the San Antonio Stars relocated to Vegas and entered a rebuilding phase. What should women’s basketball fans expect of the Aces?

WNBA Team Preview: Minnesota Lynx (#1)

The players on this team have a lot going on! Could the reigning champs fall victim to the multitasking and extracurricular activities of its players?