Womens History Month
The WNBA Icon Who Should Have Changed the Endorsement Deal Game
WNBA star Sheryl Swoopes made history in 1995 and became the first woman with her own signature sneaker—a milestone very few women athletes would meet.
Kia Nurse is Just Getting Started
Nurse showed promise in her rookie year with the WNBA's New York Liberty and built on that during the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup as Canada's star player.
The WNBA's Mount Rushmore
We polled several WNBA players, including Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird, and A'ja Wilson, to see who would be on their Mount Rushmore.
Kelsey Plum is Finally Getting her Chance
The NCAA's all-time leading scorer and top pick in last year's WNBA draft has had a strange start to her pro career.
It's About Time: WNBA Teams Join the 'NBA Live 18' Roster
‘NBA Live 18’ will be the first game to feature the full WNBA roster.
The Old-School Five Is Alive and Thriving in the WNBA
As the WNBA undergoes its own three-point revolution, a funny thing has happened: traditional bigs are more valuable than ever.
The Minnesota Lynx Are Becoming the Golden State Warriors of the WNBA
The Lynx were already a historically dominant franchise. Then coach Cheryl Reeve gave her team an order over the off-season: take, and make, more threes.
Is Diana Taurasi the Greatest Women's Basketball Player of All Time?
The Phoenix Mercury guard just became the WNBA's all-time leading scorer, adding to an impressive list of career accomplishments. Is she the best ever?
The WNBA Calendar Led To Kelsey Plum’s Draft Night Drama
“On the men's side, it would have never happened,” Plum says about the uncertainty surrounding her draft.
The 2017 WNBA Season Is All About 2016's Super Teams
Heading into the season tip-off on Saturday, the Los Angeles Sparks and the Minnesota Lynx are in position to repeat last year's thrilling championship series.
Kelsey Plum Went First in the WNBA Draft, And Now She's Stuck in Limbo
At the 11th hour, the San Antonio Stars appeared to have a deal in place to trade No. 1 overall pick Kelsey Plum. It didn't happen, and now sources say all options are on the table.
The Second Jobs of WNBA All-Stars: Seimone Augustus in Russia
While the max salary in the WNBA tops out just under $110,000 a year, many female basketball stars spend their offseasons plying their trade overseas for double or triple that amount.