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Dawn Staley gifted a special T-shirt to A'ja Wilson when she was picked No. 1 overall in Thursday's WNBA draft. The story behind it is even more amazing.
Which teams helped themselves the most in the WNBA draft? Chicago, Dallas, Indiana and Las Vegas lead the way in our draft grades.
The consensus player of the year, South Carolina's A'ja Wilson, was selected by the Las Vegas Aces with the first pick in the WNBA draft. Aces coach Bill Laimbeer says Wilson is ready for the pros.
A'ja Wilson, Kelsey Mitchell and Diamond DeShields were the top three picks. Check out every selection from all three rounds.
As the Las Vegas Aces prepare for their WNBA debut, it's up to Christine Monjer to find a way to market the team.
Will the Aces make South Carolina's A'ja Wilson the overall No. 1 as predicted? Who will the Sky draft with back-to-back picks? And where will Diamond DeShields land?
South Carolina guard A'ja Wilson was named the John R. Wooden Award winner Friday, making her the consensus national player of the year in women's college basketball.
The Italian Basketball Federation appeals court has reduced American player Dearica Hamby's suspension from three months to four games.
Aces head coach Bill Laimbeer weighs in on the Las Vegas unveil, expectations of the new team, possible off-season moves and who's on his radar with the No. 1 draft pick.
The Italian Basketball Federation suspended Dearica Hamby for three months for a "violent gesture" against a Torino player.
With a glitzy announcement, Las Vegas and MGM Resorts International rolled out the red carpet for the arrival of the WNBA's Aces.
Las Vegas' WNBA franchise will be known as the Aces.
The WNBA's new Las Vegas franchise had the best odds in Monday's draft lottery and ended up with the No. 1 pick. Now Bill Laimbeer will have to decide between players such as South Carolina's A'ja Wilson and 19-year-old Russian post player Maria Vadeeva.
The Stars, now in Las Vegas, won the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft lottery for the second straight year. The Indiana Fever and Chicago Sky will select second and third.
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.
As recently as three weeks ago, Bill Laimbeer was contemplating his future with the Liberty. He knew it was Katie Smith's time to rise to head coach. But what role would be right for Laimbeer? And then he got a call from MGM Resorts International.
The San Antonio Stars have been sold to MGM Resorts International and will relocate to Las Vegas starting next season.
What we know with the San Antonio Stars moving to Las Vegas is that MGM Resorts really wanted the team, and Bill Laimbeer is all-in to run it. Both things could bode well for the franchise.
Katie Smith never wanted to be a coach, but Bill Laimbeer knew better. And four seasons after becoming his assistant, Smith will succeed Laimbeer as the New York Liberty's head coach.