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Snoop Dogg took to Instagram over the weekend to clear the air about a video he posted earlier in the week saying he would harm Gayle King. In the video, Snoop states, ” King was out of line in the interview” and never had intentions of harming the reporter. Check out what he had to […]

Gayle King is in hot water today. This is after King asked WNBA star Lisa Leslie, in a recent interview, if she believed that Kobe Bryant’s legacy is complicated due to past rape allegations. After receiving a slew of backlash, Gayle took to Instagram, early Thursday morning, to address the interview and to explain her […]

The WNBA is Coming to #NBALive18 2K Sports recently announced the sountrack to the upcoming NBA 2k18, but EA Sports revealed the newest addition to their series and it’s revolutionizing further more sports video games. The video game company that brought you NHL, Madden NFL, and best seller-FIFA, is set to make history with WNBA […]

Retired WNBA athlete Candice Wiggins is speaking out about her experience in the basketball league. According to her, she had a not-so-pleasant experience due to the league’s alleged unpopularity with her being heterosexual. In an interview with the San Diego Tribune on Monday, Wiggins explains, “Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity […]

Ever since NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a stand, athletes have been pledging their allegiance to social change by taking a knee during the national anthem, too. While other teams and sports have just a few players taking a stand, a WNBA team decided to move as one. Before a playoff game against the Phoenix Mercury on Wednesday night, […]

Does Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Mimi Faust have a new boo?

Tensions between players and the organization rose throughout the month of July after the Minnesota Lynx wore Black shirts stitched with the words, “Change starts with us. Justice & Accountability,” written in white on the front.

The league also stressed that will spend the Olympic Games break improving how they will address societal issues down the road.

The Indiana Fever, New York Liberty and Phoenix Mercury, were fined $5,000, while players were fined $500 each for wearing black Adidas shirts, according to ESPN.

The show was full of funny moments, mostly from the host, WWE's John Cena, who wasn't afraid to say anything about Tom Brady's infamous Deflategate scandal and Kevin Durant's big move to the Golden State Warriors.

The Lynx protest also comes days after NBA star Carmelo Anthony urged more athletes to cement their role in the fight for justice.

WNBA Star Brittney Griner’s personal life seems to be overshadowing her basketball career. On Sunday, several cyber bullies took to Twitter to wish the Phoenix Mercury star a Happy Father’s Day. In 2015, 25-year-old Griner divorced her wife Glory Johnson while Johnson was carrying the couple’s twins. Johnson gave birth in October, through a surrogate, […]