Monday, November 19, 2018
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Connecticut Sun preparing for life as “the hunted”

In 2017, the Connecticut Sun came into the season as underdogs with a lot to prove, after failing to make the playoffs the previous...

WNBA teams reload on draft night according to plan

New York - In drafting one of the most talent-laden classes in WNBA history, teams mostly stuck to the script Thursday, with few surprises. With...

Oh, Canada! Storm nabs UCLA star point guard with fifth pick

Jordin Canada needs no introduction to KeyArena. For all four years of her UCLA career, the 5-foot-6 floor general spent the opening days of March...

Imani McGee-Stafford: the grind doesn’t stop

Imani McGee-Stafford finished her second season in the WNBA last summer playing for the Atlanta Dream. In October she went to China to play...

Erica McCall: learning more about life overseas

Do you remember the part of Love and Basketball when Monica goes to play basketball overseas in Spain? She had to walk to her...

Five reasons why the Stars’ Las Vegas move is good WNBA...

If you follow sports and haven’t been living under a rock over the last week, then you know the WNBA approved the sale of...

Lawson continues to break broadcasting barriers while healing

Basketball fans have been spoiled by Kara Lawson for a long time. The 14-year ESPN analyst breaks down the mechanics of a game and the...

Borders promises expansion, but wants league stability first

WNBA President Lisa Borders promises the league will expand. Eventually. But that time has not yet come for a league that has only now reached the...

Stefanie Dolson feels right at home in Chicago

Just a few months into the WNBA’s offseason, Chicago Sky superstar Elena Delle Donne made it publicly known that she wanted out of Chicago,...

First round pick Nia Coffey ready to grind in San Antonio

When the Stars selected Nia Coffey with the fifth pick in this year's WNBA draft, it only took a short while for the former...