News uptick

Coronavirus update:

Florida reports a 15 percent positive test rate as the WNBA and other pro leagues are scheduled to arrive.

WNBA team news:

The Fever will stream all their games free this summer for Indiana residents.

The Sparks have launched a campaign called "Change Has No Offseason" to combat systemic racism.

WNBA player news:

Chelsea Gray knows she's a role model for LGBTQ youth.

Natasha Cloud shares her harrowing experience after being pulled over by police.

Q&A with Renee Montgomery.

Aerial Powers wants to be the WNBA's biggest gamer.

The man that Maya Moore worked to free has been released from prison.

Moore said social justice reform is a spiritual struggle.

WNBA coach news:

Cheryl Reeve podcast.

College program news:

UCLA and Cal attempt to stare down Under Armour, as budgets teeter.

UConn is officially back in the Big East Conference.

College team news:

UConn is working to get their foreign players into the country.

Iowa is adapting to changes during voluntary workouts.

College player news:

On the one year anniversary of revealing she had cancer, Tiana Mangakahia says she knew she would beat it.

Duke's Mikayla Boykin has launched a rap career.

Kentucky forward Deasia Merrill will transfer.

Taylor Mole has transferred from Colorado State to UC Santa Barbara.

College coach news:

Dawn Staley focuses on South Carolina as she awaits the Olympics.

Jamelle Elliott has been named an assistant coach at UConn.

Essence Baucom is a new assistant coach at Furman.

Jaye Nayreau and Jalen Powell are new assistant coaches at FAMU.