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WNBA President Addresses League's Handling Of Player Fines Over Social Issues

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 26 / 16

WNBA President Lisa Borders made the media rounds yesterday after the weekend decision to rescind the fines the league imposed on teams and players for wearing black warmup shirts supporting the recent shooting victims, saying that he hopes the move "will lead to a fresh start on social activis...

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