Four Las Vegas Aces made our preseason rankings, but Breanna Stewart of reigning WNBA champion Seattle tops the list.
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The Sparks acquired Gabby Williams from the Sky for two players on Sunday. Williams will remain on the suspended list this season as she will be with the French national team preparing for the Olympics.
For all that was unprecedented about last season, the team with the fewest questions to start 2020 won the title. Every team faces a major question now.
Candace Parker's Chicago debut, a WNBA Finals rematch and the return of several players who sat out 2020 are must-watch when the season tips May 14.
Arella Guirantes of Rutgers and Dana Evans of Louisville both fell to the second round of the WNBA draft on Thursday. Now, they're using that as motivation.
The Wings got exactly what they wanted in the draft and got an A-plus grade to show for it. The Sparks and Lynx also scored high marks.
Dallas drafted Charli Collier with the No. 1 overall pick, then added Finnish star Awak Kuier at No. 2 and Arkansas' Chelsea Dungee at No. 5.
From designer outfits to dancing grandmas and everything in between, the 2021 WNBA draft was full of memorable moments.
In trading for the No. 7 pick, might Los Angeles look to add UCLA's Michaela Onyenwere in Thursday's draft? Dallas still has four of the top 13 picks.
The Sparks now have five picks in the 2021 WNBA draft after acquiring the No. 7 overall pick and a 2022 second-rounder from the Dallas Wings in exchange for a 2022 first-round pick.
The Dallas Wings drafted Charli Collier and Awak Kuier with the first two picks. We recap all three rounds.
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Aari McDonald's stock is on the rise after she led Arizona to the NCAA title game. Here are how all three rounds project ahead of the April 15 draft.
Nneka Ogwumike, whose multiyear deal to stay with the Sparks was made official Tuesday, told ESPN she wants to "contribute to the forward movement of the franchise."
Chiney Ogwumike announced Thursday she has signed a multiyear deal to stay with the Sparks
Seimone Augustus has re-signed with the Los Angeles Sparks, the team announced.
The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Washington received A grades, while Indiana, Los Angeles and Seattle bring up the bottom of the report card.
The Los Angeles Sparks signed Amanda Zahui B., who averaged 9.0 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.2 blocks for New York last season, but lost Riquna Williams, who has joined the WNBA's Aces as a free agent.
The Storm have signed Candice Dupree, who should help fill the void in the post left by Crystal Langhorne's retirement. Elsewhere in the league, the Sparks and Wings re-signed two of their own.
Candace Parker's decision to head back home and sign with the Chicago Sky in free agency came after consulting Kevin Durant, Dwyane Wade and others.
Chelsea Gray, a three-time WNBA All-Star who has spent the past five seasons with the Los Angeles Sparks, has agreed to a multiyear deal with the Las Vegas Aces, she told ESPN.
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