Seimone Augustus was among five athletes, three coaches, two administrators, one contributor and an official recently inducted as the 37th National High School Hall of Fame class.
Perhaps more than any other pro league, the WNBA has fully embraced social media.
Lexie Brown recently became the 13th player in Minnesota Lynx history to make five three-pointers in a game and the third WNBA player to do so.
Odyssey Sims, one of nine new faces on the 2019 Lynx, is hopeful about her future success.
Former WNBA President Lisa Borders resigned last fall, and the announcement of her successor caught most of us by surprise with the new title: WNBA commissioner.
The Minnesota Lynx, the W’s second dynasty, also ruled the league since 2011 with six Finals appearances and tied Houston with four championships earned.
The WNBA and CBS recently announced it would broadcast 40 WNBA games in prime-time and on weekends as part of a brand new multiyear deal between the league and the sports. It all kicks off on May 25.
Mock drafts aside, the 2019 WNBA Draft, scheduled for today at 6 pm CST, is still an important day for 36 young women hoopsters.
For the most part, there was some consensus between the selections of Lynx-Timberwolves Broadcaster Lea B. Olsen (LBO) and original season ticket holder Debbie Montgomery (DM).
In her September 7 press conference transcripts, Borders seemed to dance around nearly every topic asked by reporters in Seattle, where the 2018 Finals began.