If the first half was any indication, the next nine games or so of the 2018 WNBA regular season will perhaps go down as the most unpredictable season in league history.
Maya Moore’s “Wings” billboard has been a huge hit, especially locally. But perhaps its most lasting impact will be on four-year-old Liliana Sikakane.
This series will cover the WNBA’s 21st season with at least one story on the league weekly from the season’s May 13 opening to its closing on September 3 and through the 2017 playoffs. This coming weekend’s WNBA All-Star Game in Seattle has at the outset an old-time Western theme: the younger Eastern Conference vs. […]
The Minnesota Lynx nine-game post-Olympics schedule begins Friday in Connecticut. They and Los Angeles both are playoff bound after clinching spots prior to the league’s month-long break. Six post-season slots are still in play — only San Antonio and the Sun more than likely are playing out the string as party blockers for the remaining teams still in contention […]
The 20 greatest and most influential players in WNBA history were announced today, and three current Minnesota Lynx players, and a former player, are among those chosen by a 15-member committee of Hall of Famers, current and former coaches, and media members. Seimone Augustus, Maya Moore and Lindsay Whalen, and former Lynx player Katie Smith, […]