Kelsey Plum has an Absolute Rocket for an Arm
Kelsey Plum could be the first quarterback picked in the NFL draft tonight.
Candice Wiggins Thinks 98 Percent of WNBA Players Are Gay, Says She Was Bullied for Being Straight
Candice Wiggins sounded off on the WNBA on Monday, claiming that 98 percent of women in the league are homosexual and that the league was intolerant of her heterosexuality.
The Washington Mystics are the WNBA's Newest Superteam
Last week, Washington added Elena Delle Donne, and today they just added the sharpshooting Kristi Toliver to a loaded offense.
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Elena Delle Donne Explains Why She had to Force Her Way Out of Chicago
The way the CBA is structured meant Elena Delle Donne would not be a fully unrestricted free agent until she was 33.
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Chicago Sky Owner Calls Elena Delle Donne Trade a "Strong Possibility"
Owner Michael Alter seems willing to trade his superstar, if the price is right.
Maya Moore Decided the Lynx Were Going to Win Game 4, So They Did
After a 31-point effort, Maya Moore and the Lynx are headed back to Minnesota for a decisive Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.
Maya Moore and the Lynx Right the Ship in Game 2 to Even WNBA Finals
The Los Angeles Sparks went into Minnesota and took a surprise 1-0 lead in the WNBA Finals, but the Lynx came back to even the series on Tuesday before heading to Los Angeles.
The Minnesota Lynx are in The Finals Again, and Making the Case for Best Ever
If the Lynx win the WNBA finals this year they will have a legitimate case as best team in WNBA history.
Diana Taurasi is Unstoppable in Road Elimination Games
Diana Taurasi pushed her road elimination game record to 6-0 against the New York Liberty this weekend.
Tina Charles and the Liberty Are the New Ewing Knicks
Tina Charles is playing in New York like Patrick Ewing did in the Golden Era for the Knicks.
Nneka Ogwumike is the Most Efficient Shooter Ever in Professional Basketball
Nneka Ogwumike finished the WNBA regular season with a true shooting percentage of 73.7 percent, which is absurd.
Tamika Catching Will Retire from the WNBA as the Greatest Ever, and She's Barely Considered What That Means
Tamika Catchings will play in her final WNBA game on Sunday and retire as the greatest in the game.