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Indiana Fever Is In Familiar Territory Once Again


“Backs against the wall” is a term you do not want to hear much but for the Indiana Fever, they have been there and they have done that. Not that ... Read More »

Lynx Up 2-1 Behind Maya Moore’s Buzzer-Beater


Everything wasn’t going right for Maya Moore. Except when the game is on the line. Moore nursed foul trouble throughout the game and played only 22 minutes, but it was ... Read More »

MVP Elena Delle Donne Headlines WNBA 1st Team


The WNBA announced today its five best players in each position and to nobody’s surprise, 2015 MVP and Chicago Sky forward Elena Delle Donne garnered unanimous votes to headline the ... Read More »

Lynx Prevails Over Fever, 77-71, In Testy Game 2


Sylvia Fowles received a handful of gifts from her family before tipoff in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, but none of them was sweeter than the performance she gave Tuesday ... Read More »

2015 WNBA Finals: Fever Draws First Blood


Briann January played a key role in the Indiana Fever’s last championship three years ago and now, by all means, she intends to do the same. The 28-year-old point guard ... Read More »

Stephanie White Becomes First Rookie Coach To Reach Finals

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When Tamika Catchings said Stephanie White IS the best coach in the WNBA right now, she is probably right. White just became the only coach to lead her team all ... Read More »

Sun’s Kelsey Bone Will Be Named WNBA’s Most Improved


The Connecticut Sun hasn’t had the finest season but they can take this one as a positive going into the next year. Kellsey Bone, a first-time all-star and leading scorer ... Read More »

Natalie Onchowa Could Make Women’s Basketball History At WNBA Finals

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Manu Ginobili and Bill Bradley are the only ballers in history to have won Olympic Gold, a Euroleague title, and an NBA championship. For the women’s side, Natalie Achonwa has ... Read More »

WNBA Recognizes Mistake On Deciding Call In Lynx-Mercury Game

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The Minnesota Lynx ended the WNBA Western Conference Finals with a crucial foul call on their favor. Maya Moore stole the ball and was fouled at 1.5 seconds remaining and split ... Read More »

Fever Outlasts Liberty, Heads To WNBA Finals


The Indiana Fever may not be the consensus choice to chase a WNBA championship this year, but here they are again. Tamika Catchings and Co. successfully pulled off a minor ... Read More »