The league certainly needs to find its own niche when it comes to TV exposure. And it needs to answer a question posed to Cheryl Reeve by new Lynx and Wolves co-owner Marc Lore.
Candace Parker knew what came with the territory when she signed with the Chicago Sky.
Baylor's sideline will look different this season, but the Lady Bears expect similar results after they were picked as the preseason No. 1 team in the Big 12.
The Atlanta Dream have announced the hiring of Dan Padover as general manager and executive vice president of basketball operations, with former interim head coach Darius Taylor taking over as assistant GM.
The Phoenix Mercury were fined $10,000 on Tuesday by the WNBA for violating the league's rules on postgame media interview access following Game 4 of the WNBA Finals.
Chicago turned out Tuesday for a parade celebrating the WNBA champion Sky, bringing a big smile to the city celebrating its first world championship since 2016.
The Chicago Sky celebrated their first WNBA championship Tuesday in traditional fashion: with a parade, city-hosted rally and the door Diana Taurasi allegedly broke in the Chicago visitor's locker room on Sunday.
A coach in an AAU girl's basketball program founded by a former WNBA player was charged Tuesday with child enticement for the alleged sexual abuse of three players.
Candace Parker is the Queen of the Court. The 2021 playoffs were her coronation. And nearly two decades after the Naperville, Ill. native made a name for herself, her family and her Chicago suburb, she successfully brought a WNBA championship home in her first year with the Sky.
Legendary columnist Sid Hartman died a year ago at age 100. His assistant, Jeff Day, says they still talk 'even if it is impossible to imagine being the driving force in a conversation with Sid.'
Candace Parker made the biggest move last offseason choosing to return home to Chicago. The decision paid off as the WNBA star led the Sky to the franchise's first championship.
Candace Parker returned home to bring Chicago a championship. She did just that, leading the Sky to the franchise's first title.
A sold-out crowd of fans at Wintrust Arena erupted in cheers of "We are the Champions," after the Chicago Sky won their first WNBA championship Sunday.
For 14 years, Candace Parker heard all about the WNBA's growth. TV audiences are soaring. NBA stars fill courtside seats. She's even been the face of the league's evolution, becoming the first women to be featured on the cover of NBA2K. But with each whisper of progress, the Chicago Sky forward still needs to see it with her own eyes before she can believe it.
Candace Parker isn't anticipating another rout that would complete the perfect ending to her homecoming by bringing the city of Chicago and the Sky their first WNBA title.
Chicago Sky move within 1 win of their first WNBA championship after a rout of Phoenix Mercury in Game 3 of Finals
Whether it was the sellout crowd in Wintrust Arena or the lions at the art institute draped in their attire, the Chicago Sky felt the presence of the city in a 86-50 win over the Phoenix Mercury on Friday night at Wintrust Arena.
Kahleah Copper provided the offense and the Chicago Sky used a dominant defensive effort to move within a win of the franchise's first WNBA championship.
The league's defensive player of the year earned all-league honors for the seventh time in her career.
Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart underwent surgery for a minor repair and reinforcement of the Achilles tendon in her left leg, the team announced Thursday.
Diana Taurasi spent most of the night being hounded by Chicago's Allie Quigley, an exhausting exercise in an already-tough game, particularly for a 39-year-old.