WNBA players to honor Breonna Taylor on jerseys
The WNBA and its union have agreed to feature the names of women who have died in connection to police action or alleged racial violence -- such as Sandra Bland, Breonna Taylor and Vanessa Guillen -- when the league resumes play.
Maya Moore, the game-changer: 'This is the epitome of using your platform'
The face of women's basketball accomplished something greater than helping a city win a championship: She helped a man win his freedom.
Moore finally accomplishes goal of justice for Jonathan Irons
Power rankings: Storm replace Mystics at No. 1
With at least seven players opting out of the 2020 season, we've updated our rankings based on the current rosters.
What we know and don't know about the WNBA's return to play
Players have been informed more thoroughly about the coronavirus testing process, their living arrangements and what life will be like in the contained area they'll inhabit during the WNBA season.
As the WNBA plans its return, players raise the question: front line or the baseline?
WNBA stars Renee Montgomery, Brianna Turner and Gabby Williams weigh in on whether they plan to play this upcoming, unprecedented season
Inside Maya Moore's stunning departure from basketball
Pippen likes idea of WNBA players wearing names of women killed
Scottie Pippen thinks it's a great idea that the WNBA is allowing players to feature on their jerseys the names of women who died in connection to police action or racial violence.
Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.
Washington overcame a long history of mediocrity, and Elena Delle Donne overcame three herniated disks in her back to win the Mystics' first WNBA crown.