The WNBA is doing away with single-elimination games and byes in its new playoff format. Do some of the changes devalue the regular season?
WNBA superstar and now soothsayer? The Chicago Sky star, and TNT analyst, nailed what Curry would do Monday night against Trae Young and the Hawks.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby recap the WNBA Finals and put a bow on the 25th season with special guest and fan favorite- "LaChina's Mom." The threesome also looks ahead to the upcoming offseason, talks about some key free agents and play a little Q & A, where LaChina's Mom answered some questions submitted by Twitter fans!!
Former Black head coaches and general managers Amber Stocks and Pokey Chatman played integral roles in what ultimately became a championship team.
ESPN NBA Reporter Jamal Collier joined Tyler Fulghum and Marc James on GameNight to break down the hottest NBA storylines: Kyrie Irving, Ben Simmons, the Bucks chances to repeat as champs, and more. He also discussed the Chicago Sky winning their first WNBA championship.
Hometown heroes Candace Parker and Allie Quigley came through big time to help Chicago win its first WNBA championship with a 80-74 victory over the Phoenix Mercury. Kahleah Copper was named WNBA Finals MVP.
With a WNBA title slipping away, Candace Parker drew on her past experiences with heartbreak to lead the Chicago Sky to their first championship.
After winning a WNBA championship in his third year as coach and GM of the Chicago Sky, James Wade spoke about the stereotypes he had to fight against as a Black man, saying, "I've always had to prove my intelligence."
Social media shows love for Candace Parker and Sky as they defeat Mercury to win first-ever WNBA title
Here's how the sports world reacted as the Windy City celebrated its first professional hoops title since 1998.
As Chicago celebrates its WNBA title, many questions already linger for the offseason, including possible retirements and player movement in free agency.
Chicago won its first WNBA championship, beating Phoenix 3-1 in the WNBA Finals.
— Candace Parker returned home to bring Chicago a championship. She did just that, leading the Sky to the franchise’s first title.
Courtney Vandersloot was full of self-doubt early in her WNBA career. Now she's the face of Chicago's franchise as it closes in on its first WNBA title.
The Sky's 36-point margin of victory over the Mercury in Game 3 on Friday was the largest in WNBA Finals history.