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For the WNBA, business isn’t as bad as it looks

At first glance, the state of the WNBA looks dire. Over 21 seasons, the league doesn’t appear to be profitable, though concrete financial information is scarce. Only four of the original eight teams are still around. Players make a fraction of the salary of their NBA counterparts. And yet, analysts say, the league is not […]
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