Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Sparks pound Sky to go 2-0 in semifinal series

Los Angeles, Calif. - With high energy and quick ball movement, the Los Angeles Sparks again dominated the Chicago Sky Friday in the WNBA...

Lynx put away Mercury in foul-laden game

Saint Paul, Minn. – The Minnesota Lynx took game two of their semifinal series versus the Phoenix Mercury, 96-86 in a contest that even...

Same stories in second games

A fired-up Lynx defense got them past the Mercury, 96-86. The Sparks ground down the Sky, 99-84. Both series continue Sunday. WNBA player news: Jantel Lavender is a...

COY, defensive POY named

Cheryl Reeve is the coach of the year. Sylvia Fowles is the defensive POY. All-defensive teams........ 2016 WNBA ALL-DEFENSIVE FIRST TEAM Player Team Position Points Alana Beard Los Angeles...

It’s almost time for games two

Tomorrow's games: .....are back on ESPNews :-( Phoenix will have to play better defense against Minnesota. The Sky look to come back after being dominated by the...

Lynx, Sparks dominate in semifinal series openers

The Minnesota Lynx and Los Angeles Sparks each won resoundingly Wednesday in WNBA first-game semifinal action. The Lynx closed out the Mercury, 113-95, setting a...

Nneka Ogwumike crowned WNBA MVP

Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike was presented with the WNBA Most Valuable Player Award trophy Wednesday night, prior to the team's playoff semifinal...

Lynx, Sparks win strong in first games of semifinals

Semifinals game one results: Maya Moore and a well-rested Lynx crushed Phoenix, 113-95. Moore poured in 31 points and Minnesota broke the league record for...

San Antonio wins 2017 draft lottery

It worked out well for all the hard-luck teams this year in the 2017 WNBA draft lottery: For San Antonio, which had entered the WNBA...

Semifinals begin tomorrow

Semifinals start tomorrow: Breaking down key match ups tomorrow, via film. Top seeds Minnesota and Los Angeles look to hold off the challengers. Five reasons the Lynx...
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