ESPN's panel of experts picked the Phoenix Mercury as the preseason favorite, while the Washington Mystics' Elena Delle Donne is the preseason MVP.
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A year after returning to the NBA scene, the re-emerging brand has inked Jackie Young and Katie Lou Samuelson in advance of the 2019 season tip-off on Friday.
The WNBA returns for the 2019 season and so does Around The Rim. Women's basketball analyst LaChina Robinson and producer Terrika Foster-Brasby are joined by 2X WNBA champion Devereaux Peters to weigh in on the many moves of the offseason, the upcoming Storm-Mercury matchup and share their thoughts on the GM Survey including their favorites for MVP and ultimately Finals champion.
In the annual GM preseason survey, the Las Vegas Aces were picked to win the 2019 WNBA championship.
How will defending champ Seattle do without its MVP? Can Phoenix and Washington return to the semis? We predict how far each WNBA team goes in 2019.
Las Vegas, L.A. and Washington are the top contenders for the 2019 WNBA title. But the Mystics have the fewest questions heading into the season.
Two years ago, the franchise was hanging by a thread. Now, particularly with Liz Cambage on board, the Aces could contend for the 2019 WNBA title.
The Dallas Wings have traded Liz Cambage to Las Vegas for Moriah Jefferson, Isabelle Harrison and the Aces' first two draft picks in 2020.
No Stewie, no Maya, no Taurasi for weeks, and maybe no Cambage at all? Rest assured, WNBA fans: There are plenty of storylines to track this season.
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.
Top overall pick Jackie Young was the first of five Notre Dame players to be selected in Wednesday night's WNBA draft. Louisville senior Asia Durr went second to the New York Liberty.
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.
Guard Jackie Young, who announced Monday that she will leave Notre Dame after three seasons, is the predicted No. 1 pick for Wednesday's WNBA draft.
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.
A'ja Wilson will rehab her right knee injury in South Carolina and hopes to return to China's Shanxi Flame for the second part of the season.
In college and the WNBA, A'ja Wilson ranked among the best in 2018. Now she's expanding her endorsement portfolio, joining Mountain Dew's campaign.
Will Breanna Stewart continue her reign as MVP, or will Liz Cambage dethrone the Storm star? How will the Lynx retool? And what's next for Las Vegas?
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.
Many veteran faces are missing, but the U.S. women's national team rallied for a familiar result in its last stateside tune-up before the World Cup.
A'ja Wilson's whirlwind 2018 continued Sunday, when she was named the unanimous choice for WNBA Rookie of the Year.
The U.S. women's national team had to dig itself out of an early 16-point hole and trailed by eight heading into the fourth before rallying to beat Canada 74-68 on Saturday in an exhibition game.