Wednesday, September 26, 2018
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MVP Breanna Stewart exceptional, with room to grow

About halfway through the season, the serenading chants for third-year Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart began. "MVP! MVP!" home crowd fans screamed at KeyArena. Then three...

‘Most Improved’ may be a misnomer for Storm’s Howard

On Tuesday, the Storm’s Natasha Howard was named the WNBA’s Most Improved Player by the Associated Press. She’s also certainly a top contender —...

Alyssa Thomas “just a normal person” running the Sun offense

“Our offense runs through her." Sun coach Curt Miller is not speaking about a guard, but about power forward Alyssa Thomas, Connecticut’s most essential player. "AT"...

With two games left, there’s lots of room for playoff movement

Playoff scenarios: all playoff-eligible teams have two games remaining: Friday and Sunday. Seattle (24-8) – one win over New York or Dallas, or an...

The toughest of seasons: Why have the Liberty failed so miserably?

To say it has been a rough year for the New York Liberty is a grave understatement. They are currently sitting on a 7-25 record...

DeShields, Sky take down Lynx, 91-88

Minneapolis - The visiting locker room of the Chicago Sky and the Minnesota Lynx locker room couldn’t have looked more different following the Sky’s...

Don’t forget about these players during the WNBA stretch run

As the 2018 WNBA regular season comes to a close, fans of the league have been treated to historical performances on a near-nightly basis....

Dallas Wings coach Fred Williams fired amidst losing streak

After their eighth straight loss Sunday, the Dallas Wings announced they had relieved head coach Fred Williams of coaching duties. Assistant coach Taj McWilliams-Franklin...

Defensive, offensive factors stymieing Wings in their playoff pursuit

After flying high on a five-game winning streak in early July, the Dallas Wings have descended - after losing six-straight games - to the...

Sun guard Courtney Williams talks about hoops, life, and being herself

Every time 5-8 Courtney Williams flies in from nowhere to pull down a rebound at the rim, it’s easy to think of the shortest...