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1dMechelle Voepel

Achonwa, Gray get first WNBA action

After missing last season with knee injuries, former first-round draft picks Natalie Achonwa and Chelsea Gray finally got their first WNBA action, albeit in an exhibition game.

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Diggins, Tulsa look to complete turnaround

Sound familiar? Tulsa is on the verge of breaking into the top of the West. But this summer especially, after Skylar Diggins' solid second season, there really is reason to believe.

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Isiah Thomas address the media (2:53)

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Diana Taurasi breaks down her career, 2015 NBA playoffs (6:26)
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Sky preparing to move on without Fowles

Sylvia Fowles wants a trade -- possibly to Minnesota -- but the Chicago center and the Sky have been in a stalemate. Will it mean a third Olympian will sit out at least part of the WNBA season?

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W @ the WNBA draft: Zahui B. interview (1:56)

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Nick Saban: women's bball recruiter?

It's true. Over the last 2 years, he has met with 9 prospects, and 7 signed with the Tide. Coach Kristy Curry told Alabama Media Group: "He wants everything at Alabama to be great, and he actually told me that before I took the job, 'Why can't women's basketball be great?'"

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