Sarah talks to WNBA champion Renee Montgomery about her decision to opt out of the WNBA Bubble and the work she's done to advance social justice causes, how she and her Atlanta Dream teammates have handled their fundamental disagreements with their owner, and how she met her fiance at a Hawks game.
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Drawing on the most difficult challenges she faced as a CEO, Cathy Engelbert navigated the WNBA through a pandemic in her first full year on the job.
The Seattle Storm's Alysha Clark led all vote-getters as a unanimous choice for the WNBA's all-defensive first team, announced Tuesday by the league.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby welcome in WNBA writer Chantel Jennings of The Athletic. Together, they breakdown the early stages of the WNBA semifinals, discuss adjustments each team needs to win and predict the two teams who'll be left standing in the end! Plus, the trio weighs in on the recent league award winners and more.
The Dream's Betnijah Laney was named the WNBA's Most Improved Player after averaging 17.2 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.0 assists, all career highs, this season.
Jay Williams joins the show for the final hour after covering a wild Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Atlanta Dream Guard Renee Montgomery joins the show to discuss the grand jury's decision for the police officers that killed Breonna Taylor. Montgomery offers up tangible action items to create change. Plus, Paul Pierce can't get up like Jay can.
A'ja Wilson or Breanna Stewart for MVP? Can anyone challenge Crystal Dangerfield as Rookie of the Year? We hand out some hardware.
Ariel Atkins scored 26 points and the Washington Mystics clinched the eighth and final seed to the playoffs with an 85-78 win over the Atlanta Dream on Sunday.
Rookie Chennedy Carter scored 22 points, Courtney Williams had 20 points and nine rebounds and the Atlanta Dream beat the Connecticut Sun 82-75 on Friday night.
They've balled out in the WNBA bubble. And now these 15 players have landed on our WNBA first and second teams and all-rookie squad.
Betnijah Laney had 24 points and 10 rebounds, Courtney Williams added 20 points and 10 boards, and the Atlanta Dream beat the Chicago Sky 97-89 on Wednesday night to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The standings shaped up as expected, but who knew that Brittney Griner's exit would bring out the best in Phoenix, or that the Lynx would thrive without Sylvia Fowles?
Courtney Williams had 15 points and 13 rebounds and the Atlanta Dream beat the New York Liberty 62-56 on Thursday night to sweep the season series.
Courtney Williams and rookie Chennedy Carter each scored 22 points and the Atlanta Dream beat the Indiana Fever 102-90 on Tuesday night.
Terrika Foster-Brasby welcomes guest host ESPN PXP Announcer Tiffany Greene to moderate a WNBA Roundtable featuring some of the best minds in women's basketball: WBB analysts Carolyn Peck, Debbie Antonelli, Christy Winters-Scott and espnW WBB writer Mechelle Voeple. They panel weighs in on the first half of the season, discuss their early favorites for league awards and look ahead to the second half of the season.
As the 2020 season hits the homestretch, a number of this week's top teams are becoming increasingly reliant on first-year players.
Brittney Sykes scored 15 points, Chelsea Gray had 14 -- including back-to-back baskets in the final minute -- and the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Atlanta Dream 84-79 on Sunday night to win their ninth consecutive game and clinch a spot in the WNBA...
As the WNBA returned to the court Friday, its relationship with the NBA and its players around social justice issues took on a renewed strength.
Rookie Crystal Dangerfield scored 23 points, Napheesa Collier had 19 points and 12 rebounds and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Atlanta Dream 88-79 on Friday night.
WNBA players are committed to promoting social justice and Black Lives Matter. Atlanta Dream co-owner and U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler is trying to win an election. During a basketball season like no other, the sides are engaged in a game of political chess.
Over the summer, Georgia senator and Atlanta Dream co-owner Kelly Loeffler criticized the WNBA's support for Black Lives Matter via a letter sent to WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert. The letter prompted Dream players to wear shirts emblazoned with "Vote Warnock," Loeffler's political rival, and sparked a war of words between Loeffler and the players. As of now, Loeffler remains a co-owner of the Dream - and the players remain as politically engaged as ever. On the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech from which the Atlanta Dream take their name, ESPN's Ramona Shelburne takes us inside the battle between Loeffler and the Dream's players. Will Loeffler's stance ultimately be a gift or liability for her on election day? And what comes next when a team's own players are actively fighting to end their owner's political career?
Three WNBA games were postponed Wednesday as the Dream, Mystics, Sparks, Lynx, Sun and Mercury joined others across sports in protesting the police shooting of Jacob Blake.
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