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The Indiana Fever announced today that guard Katie Douglas will be sidelined for several additional weeks because of a bulging disc in her lower back.
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Another come from behind effort. Another victory in the friendly confines of the Prudential Center.
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Minnesota's Lindsey Whalen celebrates during the first half of the Lynx's game against the Connecticut Sun at Target Center on June 1, 2013 in Minneapolis.
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President Barack Obama honored the WNBA champion Indiana Fever on Friday, calling the players role models for young athletes - even those on his daughter Sasha's basketball team.
"I'm getting this next one on my neck," Griner says, showing off a wide array of current tattoos decorating her upper body.
Members of the Tulsa Shock pose with children at the Shock's free basketball clinic in Moore on Monday.
ATLANTA - As the men of the NBA were taking a break from playing in the finals, the WNBA team Atlanta Dream faced off against the Seattle Storm in game six of regular season play and home game number three.
Connecticut Sun Players Allison Hightower, Kalana Greene, Tina Charles, Kelsey Griffin and Kara Lawson encourage fans to vote for their favorite players for the 2013 WNBA All-Star Balloting presented by Boost Mobile.
BASKETBALL The Sacramento Kings will introduce Pete D'Alessandro as their new general manager today.
New York Liberty guard Leilani Mitchell had a team-high five assists against the Connecticut Sun on Friday night, but also added a game-high of four threes to go with 9 rebounds, which was more than anyone on the Sun's roster.
Kia Vaughn and the Mystics have won four of their first five games for only the second time in team history.
Angel McCoughtry scored 23 points, and Erika de Souza had 16 points and 11 rebounds to help the Atlanta Dream beat the Chicago Sky 88-74 on Sunday.
Kyle Kirk is a foster care kid who fell through every hole of every safety net to become one of Tulsa's 1,500 homeless youths.
The San Antonio Silver Stars temporarily looked like they might be able to withstand the absences of two key players.
Former professional women's basketball player and Olympic gold medal winner Chamique Holdsclaw will have to take anger management classes after pleading guilty to charges that she shot into a player's car and smashed the windows with a baseball bat, prosecutors said on Saturday.
NOT in her wildest dreams could Erin Phillips have imagined she would ever meet the world's most powerful man.