WBB news roundup: Robert Sarver will sell Phoenix Mercury and Suns

Here’s what took place worldwide of ladies’s basketball this previous week:

Robert Sarver will offer Phoenix Mercury and Suns

Disgraced NBA and WNBA owner Robert Sarver revealed he has actually started the procedure to offer the Phoenix Mercury and Suns following his obligatory 1 year suspension after it was discovered he utilized racist and misogynistic language around gamers, personnel and staff members.

Team U.S.A. honors Brittney Griner by leaving out her No. 15

Stewie 1 Quiet Fire launched

San Antonio Spurs hire Candice Dupree as assistant coach

The Spurs revealed that previous WNBA star Candice Dupree will sign up with the group as an assistant coach. Dupree played in the league for 16 years, making 7 All-Star Game looks.

Dallas Wings fire Vickie Johnson

Despite an effective year, the Dallas Wings fired coach Vickie Johnson at the conclusion of the season.

Wings president and CEO Greg Bibb stated, “While our organization has taken steps forward this season, at this time I believe a change provides our team with the best opportunity to achieve our long-term goals of advancing in the playoffs and ultimately competing for a WNBA championship. I would like to thank Vickie for her work on behalf of the organization and wish her the best in her future endeavors.”

Tina Thompson signs up with Trail Blazers as a scout

The Portland Trail Blazers revealed that previous WNBA gamer Tina Thompson has actually signed up with the group as a scout. Thompson delighted in a hugely effective profession in the league, winning 4 titles with the Houston Comets and appearing on 8 All-WNBA groups.

Marine Johannès withdraws from FIBA World Cup

New York Liberty guard Marine Johannès was set to sign up with France to take part in the 2022 FIBA World Cup up till Tuesday, when she revealed a thigh injury had actually required her to withdraw totally.

Las Vegas Aces win very first champion ever

The Aces had a significant week for their franchise and the city of Las Vegas when they won the WNBA Finals today. On top of that, the group is the initially in the league to win the champion, have the MVP, the All-Star MVP, the Defensive Player of the Year, Coach of the Year, and the Finals MVP.

Alyssa Thomas makes history

The Connecticut Sun’s Alyssa Thomas ended up being the very first WNBA gamer to tape-record back-to-back triple-doubles. In the very first video game, Thomas made 15 rebounds, 11 helps, and 16 points. Three nights later on, she duplicated the accomplishment, making 10 rebounds, 11 helps, and 11 points.

Louise O’Neal passes away at 83

Former Southern Connecticut and Yale basketball coach and Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame member Louise O’Neal passed away at age 83. Former coach Joan Bonvicini kept in mind O’Neal on Twitter and composed, “Louise O’Neal was a fabulous coach and leader…well ahead of her time. She is a member of @WBHOF and is the reason I became a Women’s BBall Coach. Rest easy Louise.”

O’Neal’s last turn as coach remained in 1979, when she led the United States National Team to a silver medal win. From there she worked as the Senior Associate of Athletics at Dartmouth up until 1990 prior to transferring to Wellesley. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017.

U.S.A. Basketball reveals ladies’s group for Sydney

USAB revealed its lineup ahead of the FIBA World Cup in Sydney, Australia, which began on Thursday.

WNBA Playoffs pull in significant views

This year’s WNBA Playoffs were very effective in regards to audiences and social networks. The playoffs produced 1 billion impressions, 11 million engagements, and $23 million in social worth.

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