Saturday, September 21, 2019

WNBA matches NBA for first 20 years

WNBA news: The WNBA is right on pace with the NBA through the first 20 years. WNBA team news: The Mystics are limping into month-long break with...

While we wait for the U.S. to finish routing Spain……

Olympic player news: Tamika Catchings says her time with Team USA has been "a dream come true." It's Catchings' last shot. Brittney Griner is pleased with her...

Sky lose more than just the game in Washington

Washington –The Sky fell to the Mystics 118-81 Wednesday night; however, it was not the score that left Chicago holding their collective breaths. Already missing...

All-Star game afterglow

Minnesota's Maya Moore fueled an electric Team Parker win, 119-112. It was the third straight All-Star MVP honor for Moore. Moore game highlights. Liz Cambage dunked at...

Four days until the WNBA Draft

WNBA news: WNBA coaches conference call transcripts from Friday. Prospects Imani Boyette, Jonquel Jones and Tiffany Mitchell discuss the draft. Aerial Powers is looking to be Detroit...

Seattle erases 14-point fourth-quarter deficit in win over Sky

Seattle - Her stat line may not jump off the page next to 29 points from Jewell Loyd and 28 from Breanna Stewart. But in...

One more sleep until we start this all over again

Game 5 storylines: Sue Bird, who sustained a broken nose in game 4, will play tomorrow in a face mask. Lauren Jackson's advice to Breanna Stewart...

Mystics take care of business for the second time against Chicago

Washington, D.C. – Despite a changed lineup from their first meeting days earlier, the Mystics again downed the Sky Friday, 88-79. Washington was without starting...

A pretty good discussion about the WNBA’s struggles

Despite the (to me) offensive headline, the New York Times offers a pretty good analysis of the struggles of the WNBA to get a...

WNPBA assembles all-star Board of Advocates

NEW YORK, NY, AUGUST, 29, 2019 –– The Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) is pleased to announce that it has formed its own...
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