Elena Delle Donne, Washington Mystics

WNBA Landscape is Changing with Elena Delle Donne Trade

Imagine for a second, back to the most recent off-season in the NBA, but this time Kevin Durant doesn’t leave Oklahoma City through free agency. Instead, he’s shipped out through a sign-and-trade deal to a team you never imagined was in the conversation. This is how I felt when the news hit about Elena Delle

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VIDEO: Candace Parker drops 28 points to help Sparks win WNBA Title

This year has been quite the year for WNBA star, Candace Parker. After being snubbed from the USA Women’s national team, to being snubbed from the All-WNBA team, to losing her close friend, coach, and mentor Pat Summit, it has been quite the roller-coaster for Parker. But it ended on a high note as she

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Candace Parker, Maya Moore

WNBA Wednesday: Playoff Race

Eight teams make the playoffs. Seven teams have clinched a spot so far. The last spot left to be claimed is the eighth seed, and will be the toughest uphill battle of them all the reach the Finals. If the playoffs started today, the seeding would look something like the graphic below. The Phoenix Mercury

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VIDEO: Team USA reacts to Brittney Griner’s challenge to DeMarcus Cousins

Britney Griner says she can beat Boogie Cousins in a game of 1-on-1. Members of Team USA respond.. pic.twitter.com/iY4Vr0X8Df — Lee Harvey (@MusikFan4Life) August 18, 2016 Two-time Defensive Player of the Year and USA women’s team center Brittney Griner recently claimed that she could beat USA men’s team big man DeMarcus Cousins one-on-one. Players on

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2016 Team USA Women's Basketbal

WNBA Wednesday: Rio Olympics Domination

Although there’s a break in the action, today is Wednesday, so that means we need to talk some WNBA basketball. Instead of talking about league play, we get to talk about the Olympics and how Team USA is on their way to roll through and dominate the competition. Preliminary Group Play Two games into group

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WNBA Wednesday: Swin Cash’s Swan Song

Editor’s Note: For starters, I’d just like to say welcome to a new weekly piece! WNBA Wednesdays will go through the big news in the WNBA and the status of the season from the previous week. Swin Cash In case you haven’t heard, Swin Cash announced her retirement that will be in effect following this

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Tina Charles

Tina Charles eyeing her best season yet and MVP

The New York Liberty, coached by former Detroit Bad Boy Bill Laimbeer, are fresh off of an Eastern Conference Finals appearance last season. Currently, they are 2-3 through the first five games of the season, but one veteran on the team is enjoying the best season of her career so far. Tina Charles, the six year pro,

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Hoopers of all kinds should look up to Tamika Catchings

The WNBA will be saying goodbye to one of their all-time greats after this season. Tamika Catchings is in her 15th season, and the WNBA itself has only been around for 20 years. Sort of like the way that NBA fans can’t imagine what the league will be like without Kobe Bryant, WNBA fans will

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Draymond Green

Everyone should learn from the WNBA like Draymond Green

The WNBA’s 20th season just started last week, and I wish I could say that everyone is respecting the women’s game and more people are watching. This isn’t the case however, many people are stuck in the dark ages and they refuse to relent on the sexist comments. When you wade through the crowds of

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Why Hasn’t the WNBA Taken off as it should?

The National Basketball Association dominates the basketball landscape both stateside and globally. Collegiate Basketball arguably follows suit as the second best brand of basketball available to the general public. One can even argue that the Women’s College game would be third on that list, followed ultimately by the Women’s National Basketball Association. Casual fans may

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