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Tina Charles, Breanna Stewart Named WNBA Players Of The Week


Tine Charles has the New York Liberty playoff bound and Breanna Stewart hopes she could make the Seattle Storm follow suit. Charles and Stewart were named WNBA’s Eastern and Western Conference Players ... Read More »

Epiphanny Prince Gradually Regaining Form At Just The Right Time For Liberty


Epiphanny Prince has always been known as a consistent and electric scorer but that version of herself has not shown in a basketball court for a long time. Prince was ... Read More »

Unselfishness, Hot Shooting Highlight Mystics’ Historic Offensive Night


They say offense wins games but defense wins championships. Sometimes, as in the case of the Washington Mystics, it’s not so bad taking the former. Led by Tayler Hill’s 21, ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Storm Blasts Liberty 102-78 To Solidify Playoff Bid


The Seattle Storm needed big games from its biggest players and so they responded. Jewell Loyd scored 25 points and Breanna Stewart added 23 to help the Storm beat the ... Read More »

Lynx Edge Sparks 77-74 In Battle Of WNBA Leaders

Minnesota's Lindsay Whalen keeps possession of the ball, defended by Los Angeles' Alana Beard, in the first half as the Minnesota Lynx played the LA Sparks in Minneapolis, Friday, June 24, 2016. (Pioneer Press: Scott Takushi)

There can only be one and for now, it’s the Minnesota Lynx. The Lynx got their biggest win of the season Tuesday night, beating the Los Angeles Sparks 77-74 at ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Lynx, Sparks Prevail


The Minnesota Lynx dismantled the Connecticut Sun 93-79 to get a share of first place with the Los Angeles Sparks. Maya Moore was 4 of 5 from 3-point range and ... Read More »

Liberty’s Tina Charles Reaches 4,000 Points In Win Over Mercury


To New York Liberty coach Bill Laimbeer, Tina Charles is one of the best post players in the world regardless of gender and it showed Saturday night. Charles scored 23 points, ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Sun Upsets Mercury, 87-74


Brittney Griner may have pulled off a rare dunk but the night belongs to Chiney Ogwumike and the Connecticut Sun. The Sun withstood Griner’s first dunk of the season and career-high 29 ... Read More »

Sun Rookie Morgan Tuck Undergoes Season-Ending Knee Surgery


Connecticut Sun rookie Morgan Tuck will not be able to finish her first WNBA season as she underwent a season-ending left knee surgery to repair a torn cartilage. Tuck suffered ... Read More »

Los Angeles Sparks Cut Ex-FGCU star Whitney Knight


Former FGCU Whitney Knight will have to continue her WNBA career somewhere outside Los Angeles, at least for this season. Knight, a 6-foot-3 former Associated Press honorable mention All-American at ... Read More »