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Sparks Flip Switch Too Late Against Sun

Carson explained after the game. “It’s deflating when you’re not able to score, especially consecutively. You allow the momentum to swing in your direction, and that in itself allows your offense to flow smoother.”

By Brady Klopfer

Don’t Panic, Kelsey Mitchell’s Recent Shooting Woes

It’s that period in pretty much every player’s first season when the growth plateaus and the on-court performance underwhelms

By Tyler Berry

Hayes Is A Dream Player For Atlanta On Both Ends

Averaging 19 points, 3.6 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.5 steals per game after 10 games this season. Other than scoring, her numbers don’t jump off the page, but her impact is deep on both sides of the floor.

By Nicholas LeTourneau


Everything You Want To Know About Azura Stevens

The 6-foot-6 junior, who played just one year at UConn after transferring from Duke, was selected No. 6 by the Wings and is well on her way to making her name in the league, knowing without a doubt she made the right decision.

By Dorothy J Gentry

Loyd, Stewart Key Pieces To The Puzzle In Seattle

Rookie Jordin Canada has helped turn Seattle into one of the top offenses in the league, but it is the play of former No. 1 picks Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart who have the Storm clicking on all cylinders.

By Nicholas LeTourneau

A Youthful Fever, Feeling Growing Pains

“I feel like an elementary school teacher with all the questions and I love it,” Chatman said. “Often times at this level, you don’t get that because there’s not an influx of young players. So I’m loving the teaching part.”

By Dorothy J Gentry and Tyler Berry