Stern insists women's league will go on
The WNBA still wants next.
NBA Commissioner David Stern confirmed on Monday that the women's league will begin the 2004 season with at least 13 teams.
The recent folding of the Women's United Soccer Association (WUSA) called into question the health of women's professional sports on a grand scale, but Stern reiterated that the league's owners remain committed to keeping the women's league -- which had 14 teams for the 2003 season -- afloat.
"Our owners are asking us to come ...
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