ESPN Daily: Kelly Loeffler vs. the Atlanta Dream, WNBA teams join protest; Wed. games postponed, Supplemental Privacy Policy for Philippines. The team returned to the renovated and renamed State Farm Arena for the 2019 season. ATLANTA - The Atlanta Dream will host its annual Dream Pink Auction beginning Monday, October 5, benefitting the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory Uni... Williams and Laney Land All-Defensive First Team HonorsPosted on Tuesday September 29, 2020. As the 2020 season hits the homestretch, a number of this week's top teams are becoming increasingly reliant on first-year players. Jay Williams joins the show for the final hour after covering a wild Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. This was Meadors' second role as a coach/general manager in the WNBA following a stint with the Charlotte Sting. The Dream started the 2012 season with a 12–12 record and fired head coach and general manager Meadors during a dispute with league-leading scorer Angel McCoughtry. [10], On November 27, 2007, Atlanta named Marynell Meadors, a coach with extensive experience at the college level, the first head coach and general manager in franchise history. The Dream's owner, Ron Terwilliger, announced in August that he wanted to give up his position as the primary owner of the Atlanta franchise. Seattle completed the sweep and won the series in Atlanta. Copyright © 2020 Stats Crew, Women's National Basketball Association (, Stats Crew - The Home of Sports Statistics, Atlanta United Falls 4-1 at Orlando City SC, Match Preview: Atlanta United vs. Orlando City SC, Atlanta United Confirms 1 Positive COVID-19 Case, Williams and Laney Land All-Defensive First Team Honors, Chennedy Carter Unanimous WNBA All-Rookie Team Selection. The letter prompted Dream players to wear shirts emblazoned with "Vote Warnock," Loeffler's political rival, and sparked a war of words between Loeffler and the players. [9], On October 16, 2007, it was reported that Ron Terwilliger, an Atlanta businessman and CEO of a national real estate company would be the future owner of an Atlanta franchise. Atlanta had been mentioned as a possible future city for WNBA expansion, but efforts did not come together until the beginning of 2007 when an organizing committee with Atlanta businessmen and politicians began the effort to attract an expansion team. Furthermore, some Dream games are broadcast nationally on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. The Dream played at Philips Arena, now known as State Farm Arena, in downtown Atlanta, shared with the Atlanta Hawks from 2008 to 2016. The 2010 season saw further improvement, finishing in fourth place in the Eastern Conference. [32], "Atlanta Dream Reproduction Guideline Sheet", "American Basketball League profile by Interbasket", "Atlanta group launching effort to attract WNBA team", "Atlanta committee looking for potential owner for WNBA team", "Atlanta Franchise Names Marynell Meadors Head Coach and General Manager", "Atlanta WNBA owner says he's not interested in Rodman as coach", "Atlanta's WNBA team named Atlanta Dream", "Atlanta businesswoman Kathy Betty to buy WNBA team", "The Atlanta Dream Transfer Ownership From Kathy Betty To Mary Brock and Kelly Loeffler", Atlanta Dream won't renew coach Fred Williams' contract, "Former Laker Michael Cooper fired by WNBA's Atlanta Dream", "Atlanta Dream getting new logo, new home", "Dream owners look to future that doesn't include State Farm Arena", "WNBA Extends TV Rights Deal with ESPN and ABC", "WNBA Announces Plan To Tip Off 2020 Season", "WNBA announces plans for 2020 season to start late July in Florida", Atlanta names Meadors Head coach/ General manager, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Atlanta_Dream&oldid=983517789, Women's National Basketball Association teams, Articles with dead external links from October 2017, Pages using Template:College with unsupported name, Articles with unsourced statements from April 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Red, dark grey, light grey, white, light blue, Dream Too LLC, composed of Mary Brock and, President & COO - Bill Bolen (2008- 2009), President & CEO - Theresa Wenzel (2014–2016), President & General Manager - Chris Sienko (2017–Present), This page was last edited on 14 October 2020, at 18:00.