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WNBA Releases Statement Following Legendary Coach Pat Summitt’s Death


The winningest head coach in Division I basketball history, Pat Summitt, has died at 64. Following Summitt’s death, WNBA president Lisa Borders released the following statement: “A true coaching legend, ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Mercury Rallies Past Sky


Diana Taurasi and DeWanna Bonner saved their best for last. Taurasi scored 31 points, Bonner added 20 and the Phoenix Mercury made 13 of 14 free throws in a fourth-quarter ... Read More »

Swin Cash To Retire After 2016 Season


One of the best female basketball players to ever lace a pair will hang up her sneaker for good. New York Liberty forward Swin Cash will retire from the WNBA following the ... Read More »

WNBA Recap: Rookie Of The Month Stewart Helps Storm Beat Mercury, 95-81


This is what the Rookie of the Month can do. Breanna Stewart flirted with a triple double and Jewell Loyd scored a career-high 32 points as the Seattle Storm blows out ... Read More »

WNBA President Laurel J. Richie To Leave WNBA

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Laurel J. Richie has stepped down from her post as WNBA President in order to pursue other interests effective on November 9, the league announced. NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum ... Read More »

WNBA Still Unparalleled In Diversity Hiring


In the NBA, the San Antonio Spurs was lauded when they hired Becky Hammon as the first full-time female assistant coach. Truth is, in the WNBA, that has long been ... Read More »

WNBA’s Inspirational Playoffs Ad Will Give You Goosebumps

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The WNBA, admittedly, hasn’t been as popular and isn’t as big a money-making machine like their male counterparts, but please, don’t tell these lady ballers that they can’t do it. ... Read More »

WNBA Sept. 13 Recap: Dream Ends Season On High Note


The Atlanta Dream bowed out of the regular season gracefully by narrowly defeating the Washington Mystics, 73–71, on Sunday on the road. The loss cemented the Mystics’ No. 4 position ... Read More »

Brittney Griner Trains With EX-NBA Big Man Mark West

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Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury is already one of the premiere centers in the WNBA but apparently, she thinks that ain’t enough. After “losing” her workout partner Olaf Lange ... Read More »

Michael Cooper Reaches 200-Win Milestone


Michael Cooper has been so used to winning during his career that his latest milestone is not a surprise anymore. The Atlanta Dream head coach and a fixture of the ... Read More »