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Dorothy J. Gentry

Dorothy J. Gentry

StrongSide Contributor

Dorothy J. Gentry covers the Wings for StrongSide. A native Dallasite, she is a journalist and educator who covers the WNBA, NBA, G-League and other professional sports leagues. She also writes about pop culture, the arts and religion issues. Her work appears in The Athletic, The New York Times, SLAM Magazine, The Undefeated, and Texas Metro News among others.

Stories by Dorothy J. Gentry

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The Wings Made Progress. How Do They Take an Even Bigger Step in 2023?

Dallas has a good core, but that doesn't mean all the pieces are in place just yet.
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Vickie Johnson’s Wings Are Still Becoming Who They Want to Be. Will They Get There in Time For the Playoffs?

Dallas' head coach speaks with D Magazine ahead of a homestand that could make or break her team's playoff hopes.
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Charli Collier and Awak Kuier’s Wings Story Has Yet to be Written

Dallas' supposed frontcourt of the future has struggled to make an impact in the present. What's next from here?
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The Wings’ Upcoming Homestand Will Test Their Growth

The young team is continuing to take strides forward. Whether they can win at home–and how well a pair of late arrivals keep progressing–will determine plenty as they speed toward the All-Star break.

Stories by Dorothy J. Gentry

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Wings Draftee Veronica Burton Brings the Defensive Grit Dallas Needs

The point guard and seventh overall pick in Monday's draft has different profile than the Wings' current guards.
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The Wings’ Big Offseason Move Is Teaira McCowan’s Homecoming Story

For the Wings, acquiring 6-foot-7 center means shoring up a big hole in the middle. For the Brenham native, it's that and so much more.
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Arike Ogunbowale’s Extension Is a Statement of Intent by the Wings

Dallas' last two star players asked for trades out of town. This one is sticking around.
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WNBA Free Agency Begins Saturday. The Wings Should Use It to Bring in a Veteran.

WNBA agency begins tomorrow, and while Dallas is flush with young talent, they're light on seasoning.