WNBA gearing up for offseason shuffle

Updated: September 14, 1999, 1:41 PM ET
By Michelle Smith | Special to ESPN.com

The longest offseason in sports has begun, and for the second year in a row it's going to be an active one for the WNBA.

Between now and June 2000 when the league's fourth season tips off, there are a large number of things that need to be worked out.

The tipoff date is a good place to start. With the Olympic Games in Sydney next September, WNBA president Val Ackerman confirmed last week that the league is looking to push the season up anywhere from "10 days to two weeks" with ...

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