WNBA Working With Players On Housing Concerns


WNBA Working With Players On Housing Concerns

Although some WNBA players offered positive reviews of their accommodations upon arriving for the league's resumption of play, others found rodent traps, bugs and showers that didn't drain. The dramatically differing experiences in the WNBA's self-styled "bubble," which many chronicled on social media, underscored preexisting concerns about the league's preparedness and organization as it attempts to stage a 22-game regular season and playoffs at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.

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