All-star games regularly showcase a combination of a league’s seasoned vets and its promising young stars, but Sunday’s 2022 WNBA All-Star Game at Wintrust Arena — a 134-112 victory for Team Wilson — felt more than most as a passing of the torch from the W’s old guard to the new. Read More
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