A plan comes into view
The WNBA is closing in on a plan for return that includes possible sites in both Las Vegas and Florida, AP’s Doug Feinberg reports.
“Though the league is far from announcing an official plan to launch its delayed — and highly-anticipated — 2020 slate, multiple sources have reported that the WNBA’s leadership is actively considering an option to place its players under sequestration in a specific host location this summer,” Feinberg reports.
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- Your Day in Women’s Basketball, November 4: Liberty star looks to stay on track
- Your Day in Women’s Basketball, November 3: No time to shut up and dribble
- Your Day in Women’s Basketball, November 2: Shakeup in the ACC with Bollin commit, UNC retool
- Your Day in Women’s Basketball, October 23: WNBA players show leadership off the court
Elsewhere in the WNBA, the Minnesota Lynx are taking action to reinforce their words as the world continues grappling with the murder of George Floyd.
“Lynx Head Coach and General Manager Cheryl Reeve and Timberwolves Head Coach Ryan Saunders will lead one of two advisory committees,” The Next’s Derek James reports. “Both Reeve and Saunders have made the media rounds in the last week speaking out against injustices, including police brutality, and stood in support of their players.”
And the ever-talented Gwen Loyd has a new book out about raising Jewell Loyd and working with her on her learning disability.
“Gwen wrote The Invisible Disability, a short story detailing her experience with Jewell’s dyslexia,” The Next’s Ari Chambers wrote. “‘My own experiences…as an educator helped me put The Invisible Disability together,’ Gwen told The Next. ‘I was thinking, writing this book brings me closer to my daughter.'”