Atlanta Dream forward Angel McCoughtry's status for this season is uncertain as she continues to recover from a knee injury suffered in August.
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Phoenix and Minnesota got A-plus grades, but Dallas, Las Vegas, New York and Connecticut also scored high marks with their draft picks.
NCAA runner-up Notre Dame became the first team to get all five starters drafted, while champion Baylor had two players selected in the top 15 picks.
Las Vegas selected Jackie Young with the No. 1 overall pick. We tracked all three rounds of the WNBA draft, with player rankings and analysis.
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu, Louisville's Asia Durr and Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan are the projected top three picks in espnW's mock draft.
A Liz Cambage trade might ultimately impact the 2019 WNBA draft more than anything. But right now, Oregon junior Sabrina Ionescu is our No. 1 pick.
This special two-part podcast is dedicated to celebrating the 1,000th win of current Rutgers head coach C. Vivian Stringer. In part one, guest moderator Felicia Hall Allen is joined by several former players of Coach Stringer including WNBA's Essence Carson (LA Sparks), Cappie Pondexter (Indiana Fever), and Matee Ajavon (Atlanta Dream); UCF head coach Katie Abrahamson-Henderson; and CT Women's Basketball Hall of Famer Karen "Pie" Draughn.
After 10 seasons in the WNBA, Renee Montgomery knows exactly how to motivate herself to work out: the right mix of songs.
When it comes to rapping and balling, the Atlanta Dream's Angel McCoughtry and Tiffany Hayes brought the heat on "Wild 'N Out."
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby put a bow on the WNBA season. They recap some postseason matchups, discuss the Storm's journey to success and share their favorite moments from the season.
Elena Delle Donne, Sue Bird, Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart -- all playing in the WNBA Finals -- are among the 16 finalists for the U.S. roster for the FIBA Women's World Cup.
The Mystics were once derisively referred to as "the mistakes." But no more. Elena Delle Donne and Washington are headed to their first WNBA Finals.
The Mystics overcame a quiet night from Elena Delle Donne to earn a trip to the WNBA Finals for the first time in franchise history, holding off the Atlanta Dream 86-81 in Game 5 on Tuesday night.
Will Washington clinch its first WNBA Finals appearance, or will Atlanta return for the fourth time? And how will Elena Delle Donne's knee respond?
While her double-double certainly helped, Elena Delle Donne's mere presence led to offensive opportunities for teammates in Washington's win.
Elena Delle Donne had 15 points and 10 rebounds in her return from a bone bruise in her left knee and the Washington Mystics forced a decisive Game 5 with a 97-76 win over the Atlanta Dream in the WNBA semifinal series.
This was supposed to be Angel McCoughtry's big comeback year. Instead, an ACL injury has her on the sideline as Atlanta inches closer to the WNBA Finals.
Tiffany Hayes had 23 points and 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Dream beat the Washington Mystics 81-76 on Friday night to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five WNBA semifinal series.
Atlanta was hardly considered a contender back in May. But after grinding out a victory Friday, the Dream are one win away from the WNBA Finals.
The fourth quarter has been troublesome for Seattle, but Phoenix still seeks its first win. Will Washington or Atlanta take the lead in their series?
Alex Bentley came off the bench to score 21 points and the Atlanta Dream evened their WNBA semifinal playoff series against Washington with a 78-75 victory Tuesday night, but the game was marred in the closing minutes when Mystics star Elena Delle...
Mystics forward Elena Delle Donne had to be helped off the court during Tuesday's WNBA semifinal Game 2 after injuring her left knee in the fourth quarter. She said afterward she's hopeful to be back in the lineup for Friday's Game 3.
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