1. Maya Moore Snags MVP as West Wins 2017 WNBA All-Star Game

    Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore took home her second consecutive WNBA All-Star Game MVP award on Saturday as the West defeated the East 130-121 at KeyArena in Seattle...

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  2. Sue Bird Comes out as Gay, Announces Relationship with Megan Rapinoe

    WNBA superstar Sue Bird publicly announced that she was gay and dating Seattle Reign and USWNT star soccer player Megan Rapinoe in an article from Mechelle Voepel of ESPNW...

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  3. The Real First Family of Hoops

    Stacked with four DI players, including the reigning WNBA MVP, two aspiring doctors and a broadcaster-in-the-making, the Ogwumike sisters are ready to take on anything and anyone—even the Ball family.

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  4. Diana Taurasi, Elena Delle Donne Highlight 2017 WNBA All-Star Team

    The WNBA has announced the starting lineups for the 2017 All-Star Game that will be held July 22 at the Key Arena...

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  5. Phoenix Mercury Bring Goats into Arena to Honor the 'GOAT,' Diana Taurasi

    By now, Diana Taurasi is used to being called "The GOAT." But this may be the first time a petting zoo was erected to honor her greatness...

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  6. Indiana Fever Retire Tamika Catchings' No. 24

    Tamika Catchings was the No. 3 pick in the 2001 WNBA draft. On Saturday, the team that drafted her, the Indiana Fever, retired her jersey in honor of her status as the first player in franchise history...

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