WNBA superstar A’ja Wilson hopes that her most recent accomplishment can serve as inspiration to the generations coming behind her.
The WNBA and its players have taken a stance against one of their owners, and now Kelly Loeffler is about to sell her ownership stake.
The WNBA and its players have been at the forefront of social justice movements. They also used their platform to dish out a political assist.
LeBron James and Sue Bird have accomplished a lot during their respective careers. After they both won their recent titles, they share an accomplishment.
Former WNBA star Cappie Pondexter, who last played for the Indiana Fever in 2018, was found after she was reported missing. Here’s the latest.
For those whose livelihoods depend on basketball, the months without sports were rough. WNBA player Kayla McBride highlighted this.
Breanna Stewart and company are on their way to a WNBA finals in the bubble. And she has a few issues with the format.
Kim Perrot made a huge impact during her time playing with the Houston Comets. She tragically lost her life in 1999 dealing with lung cancer.
WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson spoke out on the Breonna Taylor case ruling and she delivered a strong message for Black women.
Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart was recently asked about Atlanta Dream owner Kelly Loeffler’s opposition to the BLM movement.
Imani McGee-Stafford had a rough childhood and dealt with depression. Basketball was one thing that helped her overcome her depression.
Cynthia Cooper-Dyke is one of the best ever to play in the WNBA. She continues to make an impact through coaching.
Kelly Loeffler keeps speaking out against the Black Lives Matter movement, despite most of the WNBA supporting the campaign.
The 50-point mark is an extremely rare single-game feat in basketball. Plenty of NBA players have done it, but what about in the WNBA?
Prolific scorers like Diana Taurasi, Lisa Leslie, and Sue Bird have dominated the league. Who is the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer?
Sheryl Swoopes had a Hall of Fame Career during her time in the WNBA. She continues to impact many people even away from the sport.
Sabrina Ionescu is one of the most popular basketball players in the world. Believe it or not, she has a twin who also plays basketball.
Sabrina Ionescu is one of the biggest superstars in the WNBA. Now, she is getting mentored by some NBA stars in her first season as a pro.
NBA star Kyrie Irving will help out some WNBA players that decided to opt out of playing this season, in a big way financially.
While the WNBA offered an out for those with medical concerns, Elena Delle Donne was denied paid leave despite a history of Lyme disease.
Elena Delle Donne wanted to miss the WNBA season for medical reasons. By denying her request to still get paid, the WNBA said her life doesn’t matter.
Players from the WNBA have concerns about the WNBA bubble and videos of their living conditions show why there are many concerns.
Breanna Stewart revealed in an essay that she was molested over a two-year period as a pre-teen.
A somewhat-heated exchange between Floyd Mayweather and Diana Taurasi at a WNBA game led to an interesting threat from the 50-0 fighter.
Michael Jordan once trolled WNBA legend Diana Taurasi for a year over a single missed free throw at his basketball camp.
The WNBA has made the late Gianna Bryant, the 13-year-old daughter of former NBA great Kobe Bryant, an honorary draft pick.
Allie Quigley of the WNBA’s Chicago Sky defeated Chris Paul in the first round of ESPN’s H-O-R-S-E tournament on Sunday.
Maya Moore is one of the greatest WNBA players in the history of the game. She stepped away from basketball to pursue something greater.