Sunday, October 20, 2019

Are the Shock “back”?

Big game for the Tulsa Shock today: The Shock avenged last week's loss to the Sparks by beating them, 82-67. Karima Christmas lead the way...

Mid-season adjustments

Tonight's results: The Fever captured their fourth straight win by downing the Stars, 83-76. Marissa Coleman lead the way with 25 points. The Sky came from...

OTs, shining stars and much transfer news

Today's result: The Liberty edged the Mystics in overtime, 79-76. And despite a power outage delay late in the game. Lynx: Lock-down defense has Minnesota back on...

Another hot summer day of storylines

Today's results: The Fever routed the Storm, 88-65. The Stars defeated the Sparks, 70-63. Dream: Shoni Schimmel is working her way back to the court. Sun: The Sun signed Jennifer...

Transactions on tap; Shock snap losing streak

Sparks: The Sparks have cut Jennifer Lacy to make room for Ana Dabovic, who is back from helping Serbia win the Eurobasket championship. Shock: .....have signed Brittany...

Weekly, monthly honors

Players of the month: For June, POMs are Elena Delle Donne in the East and Skylar Diggins in the West. Rookie of the month is the...

Shock are down, but staying up; a few words with Nneka...

The Shock may have lost Skylar Diggins, but they're still fighting, and Odyssey Sims may be back soon. Shock are down, but staying up. Also, Sparks...

Some big performances going down

Today's results: A Leilani Mitchell three-point shot with 3.9 seconds left lifted the Mercury over the Sparks in overtime, 94-91. The Dream got past the Storm,...

Boom, boom, boom!

General WNBA: League president Laurel Richie wants the WNBA to be more in the news. Shock: Rookie Amanda Zahui B. had a long, winding road to the...

Chemistry plus unselfishness plus Ogwumike = Sun success

A year ago at this time, the Connecticut Sun were 8-8 and looking promising. Then age and inexperience caught up with them. Despite the sometimes-heroics...
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