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Should Atlanta Trade Schimmel?

On Tuesday, Atlanta Dream coach Michael Cooper was interviewed by Doug Roberson of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in an article that can be found here.

In this article Cooper made it clear he was disappointed in his guard Shoni Schimmel who has reportedly showed up to training camp out of shape, for the second consecutive season. 299 more words


Run with the Dream

The Atlanta Dream is a member of the 12 team Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), playing in the Eastern Conference. Since being founded in 2008, they have made six playoff appearances. 518 more words


Atlanta Dream Adds Four Players at 2016 WNBA Draft

Release from the Atlanta Dream:

The Atlanta Dream selected West Virginia guard Bria Holmes with the No. 11 overall selection of the 2016 WNBA Draft presented by State Farm on Thursday night at Mohegan Sun Arena. 452 more words

Atlanta Dream players get a new look

Since it’s the WNBA’s 20th season, the Atlanta Dream celebrate that by getting new uniforms in 2016.

The jerseys made for the primary and secondary team colors will replace the white home white home and color road jerseys. 70 more words

2016 Season Preview: Players to Watch This Season

With the draft just a couple of weeks away, I wanted to highlight a player from each team that everyone should be watching, whether it be sophomores, veterans, players contributing off the bench, whoever should be interesting to keep an eye on this season. 1,703 more words

WNBA Star's Parents Fired From H.S. Coaching Job After Racial Incident

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Two basketball coaches who are the parents of a popular WNBA player are finding themselves in the middle of a firestorm over race and accusations of unsportsmanlike conduct after they were fired from a New Mexico high school. 502 more words

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Atlanta Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers Partner with Atlanta Dream on Let Girls Learn

Last month, the Atlanta Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (AARPCV) responded en masse to President Obama’s and First Lady Michelle Obama’s public engagement campaign to help adolescent girls around the globe attend and complete school.   526 more words

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