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  1. This WNBA Team Is Raising Money for Planned ParenthoodAnother example of women’s sports getting political.
  2. how i get it done
    How Newly Retired WNBA Superstar Forward Swin Cash Gets Things DoneOn learning how to enjoy downtime, the importance of compartmentalizing, and Oprah as an inspiration.
  3. black lives matter
    WNBA Players Won’t Be Fined for Anti-Violence Shirts After AllThe altered shirts worn during pregame warm-ups landed players in hot water.
  4. WNBA Players Fined for Anti-Violence ShirtsThey are prohibited from altering their warm-up shirts in any way.
  5. WNBA’s Breanna Stewart Wants Women’s EqualityThe so-called Best Female Athlete has spoken.
  6. carefully posed photos
    Elena Delle Donne on Stripping Down for the ESPN ‘Body Issue’ Don’t tell the six-foot-five forward that she’s really tall.
  7. beta male
    If You Really Want to Understand Basketball, Watch the WNBASo says Draymond Green.
  8. hall of famers
    Sheryl Swoopes to Be Inducted Into the Basketball Hall of FameShe joins Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’Neal, and Yao Ming.
  9. can u not
    The Sexist Garbage Women Athletes Face, According to a WNBA StarElena Delle Donne is not here for your propositions.
  10. watch me work
    Yes, We Are Ready for the 20th WNBA SeasonAre you ready?
  11. helpful suggestions
    Former NBA Player Wonders Why the WNBA Doesn’t Play in ThongsAnother great mind at work.
  12. sexism
    Basketball Star Confronts the WNBA’s Male TrollsIt’s definitely time for Jimmy Kimmel to do “Mean Tweets” with female athletes.
  13. watch
    WNBA Player Sheryl Swoopes’s Pregnancy Was Groundbreaking and MarketableThe breastfeeding face of the WNBA.
  14. quotables
    Brittney Griner Has No Idea Why NFL Players Won’t Come OutBut she recommends it.
  15. the sports section
    Liberty Rookie Is a Real New Yorker After last year’s dismal season, it seems odd that the New York Liberty would trade its star player, Becky Hammon. Regardless, the payoff looks promising with three superstar rookies (above) gearing up for the May 20 season opener: Jessica Davenport, Tiffany Jackson, and the local Shay Doron. Doron, 22, a Israeli-born University of Maryland grad, spent her childhood moving back and forth between New York and Tel Aviv. She settled here her junior year of high school to attend Queens’ basketball-centric Christ the King. Why did your family decide to return to New York? The sole reason we moved back was for me to play basketball and have an opportunity to be recruited. Christ the King is the best basketball school in country. Are you Jewish? Yeah.