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The Stars, Sky and Fever will find out who gets the first pick in the WNBA draft when results of the draft lottery are revealed on Nov. 13.
Former Connecticut Sun assistant coach Nicki Collen has been named coach of the Atlanta Dream. Collen replaces Michael Cooper, who was fired on Sept. 5 following the team's worst season since 2008.
Allisha Gray, Kelsey Plum and Brittney Sykes all received the maximum 11 votes from the WNBA's 12 head coaches to highlight the league's All-Rookie team.
Atlanta fired coach Michael Cooper on Tuesday after the Dream went 12-22, their worst season since 2008.
Brittney Griner scored 30 points and the Phoenix Mercury closed the regular season with an 84-70 victory over the Atlanta Dream on Sunday to secure the fifth seed in the playoffs.
Candace Parker scored 15 points and the Los Angeles Sparks built an early double-digit lead en route to an easy 81-56 victory over the Atlanta Dream on Friday night.
Tiffany Hayes scored 23 points and the Atlanta Dream kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 79-74 overtime victory over the Indiana Fever on Saturday night.
Sancho Lyttle scored 18 points, Layshia Clarendon had a team-record 14 assists and the Atlanta Dream beat the Seattle Storm 89-83 on Wednesday night to end a nine-game losing streak.
Dallas Wings forward Glory Johnson was suspended one game for throwing a punch at Atlanta Dream guard Matee Ajavon.
Glory Johnson had 23 points and 13 rebounds and the Dallas Wings beat the Atlanta Dream 90-86 on Saturday night.
With Angel McCoughtry sitting out this season, every player on Atlanta's roster has shouldered more responsibility. For guard Tiffany Hayes, that has meant being more of a vocal leader -- and it's paying off.
Atlanta Dream's Imani Boyette and Brittney Sykes playing under Michael Cooper, Sykes' Rookie of the Year candidacy, Boyette's trade from Chicago and much more!
Jonquel Jones had 20 points and 13 rebounds for her seventh straight double-double, and the Connecticut Sun beat the short-handed Atlanta Dream 96-75 on Tuesday night.
Isabelle Harrison scored 23 points and the San Antonio Stars beat Atlanta 84-68 on Saturday night, handing the Dream their seventh straight loss.