Missouri's top lawyer has appealed a judge's decision to throw out burglary and assault convictions against a man whose case has been championed by WNBA star Maya Moore.
Dallas Wings center Imani McGee-Stafford will forego the next two WNBA seasons to pursue a law degree.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the league will do the draft in virtual fashion. No players, guests or media will meet in New York.
The third-year player from Phoenix, who starred at Oregon State, announced the result on Twitter.
The Lynx have the sixth and sixteenth overall picks.
The WNBA draft will be a virtual event this year.
The WNBA announced it would continue with its scheduled draft April 17 despite the COVID-19 crisis. The league will conduct a "virtual" draft utilizing video…
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Sparks forward Chiney Ogwumike celebrated her 28th birthday on Saturday, alone in her downtown Los Angeles apartment.
Lauren Cox is still trying to process that her college basketball career is over.
Former Los Angeles Sparks general manager Penny Toler is suing the WNBA team saying she was fired for raising complaints about inappropriate sexual relationships involving the team president and a managing partner, not for using a racial slur.
It’s unclear what impact Monday’s ruling might have on Moore’s playing status in the future, though clearly that’s not the most important part of Monday’s ruling.
Seimone Augustus's words were a stark contrast to what was said two weeks ago when it was announced she was leaving the Lynx for the Los Angeles Sparks.
She missed the 2019 season playing for her national team.
Among some of the most powerful and notable names in entertainment and sports, it was Sparks forward Chiney Ogwumike and Las Vegas Aces center Liz Cambage who got the unexpected star treatment. In a dimly lit Staples Center, as nearly 20,000 gathered to mourn the passing of Kobe and Gianna Bryant, Kobe's parents Joe and Pam approached the WNBA stars Monday morning.
After four years of coming off the bench for the Connecticut Sun, Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve sees an expanded role for Rachel Banham in Minnesota. "The opportunity is there," Banham said.
They are two players whose styles are so distinct from one another that it really doesn’t make much sense to compare them. But their paths make them inextricably linked.
Sue Bird is returning to the Seattle Storm for a 19th season after re-signing with the team Tuesday.
The Connecticut Sun announced Monday that they have acquired former UConn star Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis in a trade with the Seattle Storm.
The Lynx may never be quite the same, unless they can navigate the WNBA's new promising-yet-perilous landscape.