The WNBA has earned top marks for racial and gender hiring with A-pluses across the board — racial, gender and overall — says The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport (TIDES).
Washington’s Natasha Cloud is this season’s Dawn Staley Community Leadership Award recipient, the WNBA recently announced.
Minnesota’s 6’-6” Sylvia Fowles and Phoenix’s 6’-8” Brittany Griner are throwbacks to legendary NBA big men like Wilt Chamberlain, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Bob Lanier, and others of their size.
Talking WNBA all year round, in-season as well as off-season, has historically been a dilemma for the majority-male mainstream sports media.
Unlike any previous time in WNBA history, the players are becoming more vocal, more demanding. This generation isn’t just happy that there’s finally a U.S. pro women’s hoops league.
This is a critical time for the WNBA, a crossroads of sorts. The league’s first commissioner says this, and so do its players.
Two-weeks’ worth of games remaining gives not only the Lynx but all 12 WNBA clubs a unique optimism going into the second-half of the season.
Las Vegas this weekend hosts the 2019 WNBA All-Star Game (WASG) and the ancillary activities leading up to it.
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.