NEW YORK | WNBA set to begin 22nd season after busy offseason
NEW YORK — It’s been a busy offseason in the WNBA since the Minnesota Lynx won the championship last year, beating Los Angeles in another thrilling final.
Las Vegas gained a team while New York changed arenas. Dallas saw the return of a huge inside presence with Australian Liz Cambage coming back to the WNBA after a hiatus. A third of the league changed coaches while another strong rookie crop led by A’ja Wilson and Kelsey Mitchell entered the league last month.