Las Vegas’ newly relocated WNBA franchise will begin play in May at the 12,000-seat Mandalay Bay Events Center. How will it go?
Like its predecessor in San Antonio, Las Vegas’ WNBA team will be called the Stars, if its application with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is approved.
Bill Laimbeer and the Las Vegas franchise hit the jackpot, winning the WNBA draft lottery on Monday.
Las Vegas’ WNBA team finished with the worst record in the league last season as the San Antonio Stars, but it features several young players who could develop.
The strength of MGM Resorts International in the Las Vegas market figures to play a large role in making the company’s newly acquired WNBA team successful.
Former NBA star and longtime WNBA coach Bill Laimbeer doesn’t like to bet against the house when he comes to Las Vegas.
MGM Resorts has purchased the WNBA’s San Antonio Stars and plans to move the franchise to Las Vegas, the Review-Journal learned Monday.
Like so many of her San Antonio teammates, Kelsey Plum was halfway around the world when she heard that the Stars were being sold and relocated.
The mystery surrounding the relocation of a WNBA team to Las Vegas and its buyer continues to grow. But the team reportedly already has a coach and general manager in place — former NBA player Bill Laimbeer — according to the AP.
The San Antonio Stars of the WNBA are being sold to an undisclosed buyer and will move to Las Vegas, according to an ESPN report.