2021 Schedule

2021 Schedule
1-0, 1st in Western Conference
An inside look at the WNBA's unprecedented 2020 season (1:00)
18d
25d

2021 WNBA draft board

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.

Which teams are the biggest threat to the Seattle Storm? (1:00)
27d
AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File
43dKevin Pelton

Now-vaccinated Hughes excited for sideline return

Storm head coach and USA Basketball assistant Dan Hughes said dealing with the pandemic has taught him and many others not to take things for granted anymore. "I feel very blessed that I am doing what I've done most of my life."

Michael Dwyer/AP
63dRoyce Young

Pierce, Bosh, L. Jackson among 14 HOF finalists

Paul Pierce, Chris Bosh, Chris Webber, Michael Cooper, Lauren Jackson, Ben Wallace and Yolanda Griffith are among the finalists in the 2021 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class, announced Tuesday on ESPN's The Jump.

Stephen Gosling/NBAE via Getty Images
89d

Sparks get Zahui B.; Aces ink free agent Williams

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.

Seth Dahle/Dallas Wings
90dMechelle Voepel

Trades net Dallas No. 1 pick, NY lands Howard

A series of WNBA trades Wednesday resulted in the Dallas Wings landing the No. 1 pick in this year's draft, while the New York Liberty acquired star forward Natasha Howard from the Seattle Storm.

Scott Cunningham/NBAE/Getty Images
91dMechelle Voepel

Dream's Montgomery retires after 11 seasons

Atlanta Dream guard Renee Montgomery, 34, is retiring following an 11-year career with four teams that included two WNBA championships with the Minnesota Lynx and the league's Sixth Woman of the Year award.

AP Photo/Alex Brandon
92dMechelle Voepel

Storm add veteran Dupree as Langhorne retires

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.

96d

New No. 1 in NCAAW? And what's the latest on WNBA Free agency

LaChina Robinson welcomes ACC analyst Debbie Antonelli to the show to weigh in on where Louisville goes after their loss to NC State, where the Wolfpack stands in the landscape of women's hoops, who should be the new No. 1 team in the country, player of year candidates and much more. Plus, ATR delves into WNBA Free Agency with Winsidr's Ben Dull who gives us some insight into Candace Parker's move to Chicago, the outlook of Mystics, Sue Bird's future in Seattle, the Aces with Chelsea Gray and so much more!

Ned Dishman/NBAE via Getty Images
99dMechelle Voepel

Taurasi reaches multiyear deal to stay in Phoenix

Phoenix has re-signed Diana Taurasi to a multiyear deal, the team announced Monday, which is the first day WNBA players can begin signing with their teams.

2021 Team Leaders

  • Offense
  • Defense
  • Points Per Game

  • Assists Per Game

  • Field Goal Percentage

  • Rebounds Per Game

  • Steals Per Game

  • Blocks Per Game

Team Stats

Points Per Game88.0
Rebounds Per Game34.0
Assists Per Game22.0

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2020184.818
20191816.529
2018268.765
20171519.441