Enter: James Wade

Wade took over the helm as head coach and general manager of the Sky on Tuesday. The former Lynx assistant is in charge of a young, talented team that’s still searching for its identity after trading away star players Elena Delle Donne and Sylvia Fowles in a span of three years.

By Chris Kwiecinski

Sources: Sky to announce hiring of James Wade as head coach and GM on Tuesday

Wade’s hiring will be officially announced on Tuesday, November 13 at 12:30 p.m. ET. Wade comes to Chicago with six years of WNBA coaching experience.

By WNBAinsidr Staff

Forbes removes story on increased investment into WNBA after NBA rebukes

Berri’s most recent story for Forbes was on the economic impact that an increased investment in the WNBA, on the part of the NBA, would have on the league’s growth and development. The WNBA is run and operated under the purview of the NBA. 

By Pat Ralph

Mark Cuban’s Advice to the WNBA: Create Events That You Can Sell

Cuban, speaking with a few reporters before Saturday’s Mavs home opener against the Minnesota Timberwolves, divulged he had a positive 1 ½ hour meeting with Dallas Wings star Skylar Diggins-Smith shortly after the season ended in which he discussed what the WNBA needs to do moving forward.

By Dorothy J. Gentry

WNBA President Lisa Borders Steps Down

After possibly the best season the WNBA’s 22-year history, the league finds itself without top executive leadership.

By Christopher Kwiecinski

Lynx Dynasty In Transition

With the Lynx’s defeat, Whalen retired from the WNBA, and the Lynx now face a major transition into the future. To understand where the Lynx go from here, it is necessary to examine what happened this season.

By Erik Beck