Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Fever upend Sky to advance to Eastern Conference finals

The Fever used a balanced attack to oust the Sky, 100-89, and advance to the Eastern Conference finals. Tamika Catchings lead five Indiana players in...

“Open letter” thoughts

By now you've likely read ESPN writer Mechelle Voepel's open letter to NBA commissioner Adam Silver, in which she takes issue with comments he...

Liberty, Sparks force third games

The Liberty made a statement today, evening the series with the Mystics by crushing them, 86-68. A passionate Tina Charles lead New York with...

Sparks claim third quarter to down Lynx, force game 3

Long Beach, Calif. - If the Los Angeles Sparks go deeper into the playoffs, they might remember Sunday's round one series-tying win as the...

Fever beat Sky to take series to third game

What an exciting game, which featured double-digit lead changes and a pace like a track meet. But in the end the Fever beat the...

An emerging Storm: Seattle shows flashes in bumpy 2015 campaign

From the outset of the 2015 season, the expectation for many was a finish at the bottom of the league standings for the Seattle...

Round 1, day 2: unexpected results

Despite 26 points from Epiphanny Prince, the Mystics edged the top-seeded Liberty in two overtimes, 86-83. Many had predicted a Sparks upset, but the Lynx...

Sky, Mercury prevail in initial first-round games

Round one of round one: The Sky edged the Fever, 77-72. The Mercury blew out the Shock, 88-55. Phoenix center Brittney Griner blocked a WNBA record...

Quigley, Griner, Laimbeer garner awards

Sky guard Allie Quigley was named the sixth woman of the year, for the second consecutive season. Also for the second straight year, Mercury center...

Twenty hours until the playoffs

Tomorrow on ESPN2, the first round of the 2015 WNBA playoffs kick off. It'll be: Fever at Sky, 5 p.m. Pacific/8 p.m. Eastern Shock at Mercury,...
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