Rumors of a season

WNBA news:

Sources say the WNBA is in talks for a 22-game season in Florida, that would start July 24.

Commissioner Cathy Engelbert speaks up after some players expressed frustration with the league’s short statement on civil unrest.

Player power turned the WNBA into a leading light in the Black Lives Matter movement.

The league is celebrating pride month in June.

WNBA player news:

Chiney Ogwumike says all lives can’t matter until black lives matter equally.

Liz Cambage had a fiery message to Australian “allies.”

Maya Moore is glad for the dialogue that Drew Brees’ comments generated.

Moore said recent events have been overwhelming.

Tamecka Dixon podcast.

WNBA coach news:

Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve said TV “doesn’t do justice” to the devastation in Minneapolis.

NCAA news:

Most AD’s think the NCAA can’t police athlete endorsement deals.

College team news:

Georgia Tech is taking election day off to go vote.

Florida A&M is set to join the SWAC.

The Big East Tournament will reportedly move to the Mohegan Sun.

College player news:

Bowling Green guard Caterrion Thompson is transferring to Mississippi State.

Former Florida A&M guard Alaina Rice has transferred to Auburn.

College coach news:

JR Payne details Colorado’s plans through the pandemic.

Boston College coach Joanna Bernabei-McNamee has adapted to cyber recruiting.

Minnesota assistant coach Carly Thibault-DuDonis has a family of coaches to lean on.

Tim Webb is a new assistant coach at Detroit Mercy.