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7hMechelle Voepel

Voepel: Beard's return boosts Sparks

The Sparks got an enormous lift last week when Candace Parker returned. But Alana Beard is back and also making an impact, helping Los Angeles to its first back-to-back wins in a month.

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7dMichelle Smith

Smith: WNBA's midseason report card

Minnesota is the WNBA front-runner at the All-Star break, but where does every other team fall in? We hand out grades for the first half of the season and look ahead at what's next for each team.

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Law firm: Illinois players' allegations unfounded

A law firm hired by the University of Illinois to investigate allegations of racially motivated mistreatment made by former women's basketball players concluded that those charges are unfounded.

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College athletes speaking out against R-word

The "Spread the Word to End the Word" campaign has gained significant support in recent years. A big reason? Big buy-in from collegiate athletes.

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14dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: Hard to argue with relocating Shock

There's really no reason to oppose relocating the WNBA's Shock franchise to Dallas -- except that it has to come at the expense of fans who have supported Tulsa through five tough seasons.

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19dMichelle Smith

Coleman finds right fit with Fever

On her third team in seven seasons in the WNBA, Indiana's Marissa Coleman is finally "having fun again." The guard/forward is tied for the team lead with Tamika Catchings at 13.1 points per game.

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