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Kobe Bryant Shares Thoughts About WNBA


Kobe Bryant has always supported the WNBA but in a new league commercial, the player known as the Black Mamba speaks about the importance of the league and how his ... Read More »

San Antonio Stars Waive Center Erika De Souza


The San Antonio Stars has waived Erika de Souza after the center suffered a lower right leg bone bruise during the team’s practice. The waiver was of de Souza’s request ... Read More »

Vandersloot Continues Record Streak As Sky Handles Dream, 91-86


The Chicago Sky is within a shot of a WNBA playoff spot, all thanks to Courtney Vandersloot’s recent stellar play. Vandersloot led the way with 26 points and 10 assists ... Read More »

Allie Quigley wins 2017 WNBA 3-point contest


Allie Quigley of the Chicago Sky made 19 of 25 attempts in the final round to win the 2017 WNBA 3-point contest. Quigley’s impressive score of 27 got her the ... Read More »

Lynx’s Maya Moore Grabs MVP Again Among The WNBA All-Stars


Maya Moore provided the example, reigning league MVP Nneka Ogwumike gladly followed along, and Sue Bird received the attention and recognition she deserved. Those veterans on the West roster knew ... Read More »

Crystal Langhorne On Pace For Historically Efficient Season, leads Storm past Dream

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After losing a close game Wednesday, the Seattle Storm redeemed itself by pulling out a close win against the Atlanta Dream. Crystal Langhorne was 9 for 9 from the field ... Read More »

Brittney Griner Out For A Month After Landing Awkwardly On Leg


Phoenix Murcury center Brittney Griner left Friday night’s game against the Minnesota Lynx early in the 4th quarter with a knee and ankle injury. It appeared she originally twisted her ... Read More »

Phoenix Mercury Re-Acquires Monique Currie From San Antonio


The San Antonio Stars has traded guard/forward Monique Currie to the Phoenix Mercury, the team she has spent time with in 2015. In exchange for Currie, the Mercury sent guard ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Lynx Survive Stars, Wings Handle Sun

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The San Antonio Stars is off to the worst start in franchise history and they have the Minnesota Lynx to “thank” for that. Sylvia Fowles and Maya Moore each scored ... Read More »

Watch: Mercury’s Brittney Griner Dunks In A Game Again

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Brittney Griner, 9; rest of WNBA history, 6. The Phoenix Mercury center just completed the ninth regular season dunk of her career in a 85-82 win over the Seattle Storm. ... Read More »