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WNBA star Maya Moore shocked the sports world when she decided to step away from a winning team to fight for social justice. During her hiatus from the Minnesota Lynx, Moore helped to free a Black man from prison who was wrongfully convicted. Jonathan Irons was convicted at 16 for breaking into a home in…

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The Atlanta Hawks recently hosted a one-hour discussion called “EmpowHER by Lady Ballers,” which featured a conversation with two-time WNBA champion and activist Renee Montgomery and College Park Skyhawks general manager Tori Miller. The conversation was moderated by Annie Finberg, a reporter and senior coordinator of digital content for the Atlanta Hawks. With more than…

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There will be a lot of new faces, while some familiar faces will be absent from the Minnesota Lynx roster this season. In their first-round draft pick, the Lynx selected Napheesa Collier from the University of Connecticut. Some other new faces are Lexie Brown the daughter of former NBA basketball player Dee Brown, Odyssey Sims a…

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LeBron James just got paid big time, and this has some WNBA players seething. The bigger issue of pay disparity between the NBA and WNBA is such that former first-round pick A’ja Wilson felt compelled to illuminate this fact when LeBron James got his colossal new contract with the Los Angeles Lakers. Wilson, a 6-foot-5-inch…

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Allisha Gray has been crowned the 2017 WNBA Rookie of the Year. However, earning that title did not come easy. Dealing with a physical injury almost put a halt to the Dallas Wings’ guard’s basketball career, however, Gray has been able to recover and succeed in the league. In this exclusive interview, Gray shares her…

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New York Liberty center Tina Charles‘ life purpose goes far beyond a basketball court. Around the time that her aunt Maureen “Hopey” Vaz passed away of multiple organ failure, the WNBA star read an article about a high school basketball player who died from sudden cardiac heart arrest. The school the player was with did not…

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Angel Lajuane McCoughtry, WNBA superstar and franchise player for the Atlanta Dream has signed on to coach and play for the Atlanta Heirs co-ed professional basketball team. Team owner Tiny Harris says, “This is a major move for our organization, Angel’s hard work and dedication has turned her into a superstar in the WNBA.” She has won two…

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