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Hammon, Johnson return to 1-3 Silver Stars; Wauters could follow next month

Originally Published: June 22, 2009
By Mechelle Voepel | Special to ESPN.com

The WNBA is supposed to work in Texas. It's a gargantuan state that mass-produces Division I women's hoops prospects, it has some of the top college programs in the country, and it's hotter than the blazes there most of the summer. So unlike in Minnesota, it's not hard to lure folks to spend time indoors watching basketball in June, July and August.

And, of course, the WNBA's first dynasty was in the Lone Star State. But the Houston Comets disbanded last December, a victim of the ...

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