The WNBA season begins in 5….4….3….2….

Tomorrow’s schedule:

Wings at Fever, 6 p.m. ET

Liberty at Mystics, 7 p.m. ET

Mercury at Lynx, 7:30 p.m. ET

Sun at Sky, 8 p.m. ET

Dream at Stars, 8 p.m. ET

All five games will be live on the ESPN/WatchESPN app. The Minnesota Lynx ring ceremony will be at 7:10 p.m. Eastern on ESPN3.


Super dope infographic on the history of the league.

Two decades of player memories.

Cynthia Cooper-Dyke laid a solid foundation for the WNBA.

Great trip down memory lane on the WNBA’s twitter.

Team news:

The Mystics’ starting five could total just eight years of experience in the league.

Twenty years in, the Mercury shines as a WNBA jewel.

Why Dallas got a team and why the Wings think they can succeed.

Veterans and rookies are ready to show out for the Wings.

Player news:

Will Tamika Catchings get her storybook ending?

How Skylar Diggins is building a brand that transcends the WNBA.

How Diggins eats clean.

Already? The Liberty’s Tanisha Wright begins her 12th season.

Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen is taking a fresh approach to the season.

How a year away from basketball helped Elena Delle Donne become WNBA MVP.

Wings center Courtney Paris begins her seventh WNBA season tomorrow.

Dearica Hamby is ready for her second season with San Antonio.

Ruth Hamblin made the Dallas roster.

For Indiana rookie Tiffany Mitchell, all paths inevitably lead to the WNBA.

Wings forward Jordan Hooper honed her skills overseas this past winter.

Breanna Stewart will continue to make history.

How far can Stewart take the Seattle Storm?

Healthy eating tips from WNBA moms.

Coach news:

Dan Hughes enters his final season as San Antonio’s coach.