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Wiggins, who retired in 2015, says "98 percent” of the league's players are gay.

“Love is love, and we can’t wait to spend the rest of our lives together,” the Mystics star said.

The former Maryland star cited moving closer to home, being 'ready for the next thing' as part of decision not to re-sign with WNBA champion L.A. Sparks.

Other WNBA news

WNBA president “stunned” by Wiggins’ ”toxic” comments

WNBA President Lisa Borders says she was “stunned and disappointed” to read that former star Candice Wiggins found her experience in the league “toxic.”

Candice Wiggins says her WNBA experience was “toxic”

Candice Wiggins said her experience playing in the WNBA was “toxic” and was a major reason why she retired last season.

Dupree traded to Fever as part of 3-way deal

Candice Dupree has found a new home.

The acquisition is a homecoming for the former Maryland standout who was the starting point guard with last year's WNBA champion Los Angeles Sparks.

With the addition of the 2015 WNBA MVP, the Mystics could become the Golden State Warriors of the league.

The 2016 Olympian and 2015 league MVP puts Washington “in a different place,” one analyst said.

Three Los Angeles Sparks players were next door to Reina nightclub during shooting.

'This is for Pat,' the WNBA Finals MVP said in a tearful postgame interview.

The Golden State Warriors coach said he was "disgusted" by the recent police killing of Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Okla.

Washington falls to the Storm, a team it is chasing in the WNBA playoff race, despite a team-high 15 points from Emma Meesseman.

Point guard Leilani Mitchell’s arrival less than two weeks ago came at a perfect time.

Washington is a half-game out of the final playoff spot entering its game at Minnesota.

The forward led Turkey to the brink of the medal round in Brazil.

Four Team USA women's basketball players are openly gay.

The league had issued fines to players and teams for wearing black warmup shirts this week.

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