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Johnson leads Wings past Dream.

Glory Johnson drops a double-double of 23 points and 13 rebounds in the Wings' 90-86 win over the Dream.

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WATCH - Ogwumike hit half-court shots.

SportsCenter's very own Chiney Ogwumike was caught out hitting some half-court shots during pre-season.

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Taurasi, Griner power Mercury to victory.

Diana Taurasi scores 25 points and Brittney Griner adds a double-double as Phoenix beats Washington 89-79.

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WNBA unified in protest.

Howard Bryant breaks down why the WNBA's handling of protests is more impressive than any men's leagues.

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Charles leads Liberty past Sun.

Tina Charles leads all scorers with 24 points in New York's 82-70 win over Connecticut.

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Remember When: Who's the toughest in the league?

WNBA players weigh-in on what it's like to cover ultimate competitors like Diana Taurasi, Sylvia Fowles and more.

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Sparks trounce Mystics by 33.

Candace Parker drops 21 points, and Nneka Ogwumike adds 18 as Los Angeles crushes Washington 95-62.

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Sun win sixth straight.

Jonquel Jones earns her second consecutive double-double with 20 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Sun past the Dream 96-75.

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E:60 - Brittney Griner.

WNBA star Brittney Griner describes how she was bullied as a child, shares the story of telling her mom that she is gay and discusses her 2015 domestic violence arrest.

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Add a 'W' to 'NBA Live.'

EA Sports announces the inclusion of the WNBA to their NBA Live game.

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Remember When - The Duel.

LaChina Robinson and Rebecca Lobo look back at one of the greatest matchups in WNBA history, when Atlanta's Angel McCoughtry and New York's Cappie Pondexter met in the 2010 Eastern Conference finals.

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Where is Schuye LaRue?

E:60 and Shelley Smith dive into the search for former women's college basketball star Schuye LaRue, homeless on the streets of Washington, D.C.

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Kara Lawson stumbles upon Schuye LaRue.

Schuye LaRue's career had ended, and for the next five years, her whereabouts were a mystery -- until Kara Lawson came across LaRue outside of a convenience store. The ESPN analyst recalls their exchange in this E:60 excerpt.

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Remember When - How Rebecca Lobo has impacted the WNBA on and off the court.

LaChina Robinson and Holly Rowe commend Rebecca Lobo and what she has done for the WNBA.

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WNBA stars congratulate Rebecca Lobo.

Sue Bird, Maya Moore and others praise former UConn and WNBA star Rebecca Lobo, who will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in September.

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West tops the East in the WNBA All-Star Game.

There were plenty of bloopers from the league's best, but Maya Moore led the West with 23 points for her second consecutive All-Star Game MVP in a 130-121 victory over the East.

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Bird opens up about dating Rapinoe.

WNBA All-Star Sue Bird joins SportsCenter to explain why she chose to share her sexual orientation with the world now and talks about her relationship with soccer star Megan Rapinoe.

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Younger generation the 'trail blazers' in the WNBA.

Sue Bird credits younger players, like Brittney Griner and Elena Delle Donne, for leading the way and changing the narrative for gay athletes in the WNBA.

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Ogwumike's body ready for year-round competition.

Reigning WNBA MVP Nneka Ogwumike reveals how proud she is of her body and its ability to compete at the highest level with limited rest in ESPN The Magazine's 2017 Body Issue.

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Foudy's Find: San Diego Splash.

All it takes to be welcome on the San Diego Splash women's basketball team is the ability to stand up and move your legs. You also have to be at least 80 years old. Julie Foudy introduces the players of this 3-on-3 hoops squad.

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Taurasi sets scoring mark in loss to Sparks.

Diana Taurasi scores 19 points to eclipse Tina Thompson for the most points in WNBA history but the Mercury fall to the Sparks 90-59.

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Taurasi says clinching moment was 'pretty cool.'

Diana Taurasi explains what it felt like to become the WNBA all-time leading scorer, shares a conversation she had with Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma and talks about her relationships with Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.

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