The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Washington received A grades, while Indiana, Los Angeles and Seattle bring up the bottom of the report card.
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.
Alyssa Thomas, who averaged 15.5 points and 9.0 rebounds in 2020 but is expected to miss this season after having surgery, has re-signed with the Connecticut Sun.
Before teams can sign free agents on Monday, what are the biggest storylines, who are the players to watch and which teams have cap space?
The WNBA free-agency market is open. Before players can agree to contracts starting Feb. 1, we rank the top free agents by statistical projections.
Members of the U.S. women's national basketball team, including Brittney Griner and Diamond DeShields, will take part in a four-day camp.
Sun forward Alyssa Thomas underwent surgery for a torn Achilles tendon on Tuesday. No timetable has been set for her return.
Negotiations for the WNBA's 41 unrestricted free agents began on Friday under a new collective bargaining agreement that is expected to bring more player movement.
The Connecticut Sun gave head coach and GM Curt Miller a four-year contract extension through the 2024 season on Tuesday.
It wasn't long ago that a team's social media feed was schedules, brief news and maybe some photos. Those days are gone. They have personalities now. The people behind the avatars are trying to bring the Twitter and Instagram feeds to life.
The New York Liberty will have the first pick in the WNBA draft for the second straight year, and Texas center Charli Collier is projected to be the No. 1 overall selection.
How similar will Seattle's roster look in 2021? Who else will contend for the title? How much can New York improve?
The Seattle Storm swept the Las Vegas Aces in the 2020 WNBA Finals for the franchise's fourth title. Breanna Stewart was Finals MVP.
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.
A'ja Wilson had 23 points and 11 rebounds, Angel McCoughtry added 20 points and the top-seeded Las Vegas Aces held off the No. 7 seed Connecticut Sun 66-63 on Tuesday night to advance to the franchise's second WNBA Finals.
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.
Breanna Stewart had 31 points as Seattle swept Minnesota to book a spot in the WNBA Finals. Angel McCoughtry's 29 points helped Las Vegas force a Game 5.
The Sun and Storm are one win away from the WNBA Finals. Despite a dislocated shoulder, Alyssa Thomas' double-double powered the Sun, and Jewell Loyd lit up the Lynx.
Sun forward Alyssa Thomas, who left Tuesday's Game 2 with a shoulder injury, started Thursday and scored a game-high 23 points to lead Connecticut to a 77-68 win over the Aces.
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.
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Field Goal Percentage
Rebounds Per Game
Steals Per Game
Blocks Per Game