Sue Bird, Pokey Chatman and Mechelle Voepel break down the groundbreaking WNBA CBA. Plus, Arizona State coach Charli Turner Thorne stops by.
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Storm G and 3x WNBA Champion Sue Bird weighs in on the player perspective of the latest WNBA CBA agreement including revenue sharing, the updated salary structure and more.
Laughter Permitted catches up with UConn legend and WNBA superstar Breanna Stewart in L.A. Stewie talks about winning four national championships at UConn, what it meant to win a WNBA title and how she's using her voice to advocate for causes important to her. Also get the scoop on how Stewie celebrated after the Storm won in 2018, the impact Sue Bird has had on her life and how she pulled of a special surprise for her mom.
Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and Skylar Diggins-Smith were all glad to be back in action for the USA women's national team on Saturday, when the Americans beat preseason No. 3-ranked Stanford 95-80 at Maples Pavilion.
Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and the U.S. women face four top college teams this month as part of a tour to help prepare for the Tokyo Games.
WNBA players Sylvia Fowles, Jordin Canada and Diamond DeShields led the U.S. women's basketball team to a 6-0 record and the AmeriCup tournament championship in Puerto Rico.
Chelsea Gray had 21 points and eight assists, Candace Parker added 11 points, 10 rebounds and six assists, and the Los Angeles Sparks beat Seattle 92-69 on Sunday to eliminate the defending-champion Storm from the WNBA playoffs.
It's all-or-nothing Sunday when Los Angeles hosts Seattle and Las Vegas hosts Chicago in the second round of the WNBA playoffs.
The Storm turned to their backcourt for scoring punch, and Jordin Canada and Jewell Loyd delivered, outscoring their Lynx counterparts 48-1.
The Sky and defending champion Storm opened with wins. We wrap up all the first-round action of the WNBA playoffs.
Jordin Canada scored a career-high 26 points and the defending WNBA champion Seattle Storm beat the seventh-seeded Minnesota Lynx 84-74 Wednesday night in a first-round, winner-take-all playoff game.
Before the WNBA's playoffs open Wednesday (ESPN2, 8 p.m. ET), ESPN's panel weighs in with predictions for how the 2019 postseason will unfold.
Chicago's James Wade, in his first season with the Sky, was named the WNBA's coach of the year. Seattle forward Natasha Howard was named defensive player of the year.
LaChina and Dev discuss how both the Lynx and the Storm have overcome season obstacles, but debate whether or not home court advantage will swing Seattle's way.
Can Minnesota knock out reigning champ Seattle? Can Diana Taurasi rally Phoenix past Chicago? The playoffs open Wednesday in winner-take-all games.
Natasha Howard and Jewell Loyd combined to score 30 of their 38 points in the first half and the Seattle Storm beat the Dallas Wings 78-64 on Sunday, helping them clinch the No. 6 seed in playoffs.
Candace Parker scored 20 points, Nneka Ogwumike added 14 points and 10 rebounds and the Los Angeles Sparks wrapped up the No. 3 seed with a 102-68 victory over the Seattle Storm on Thursday night.
Natasha Howard scored 11 of her 22 points in the first quarter and the Seattle Storm got off to a strong start en route to an 82-70 win over the Phoenix Mercury on Tuesday night in a battle for playoff positioning.
The Storm held out hope that Sue Bird would be able to return after having knee surgery before the season, but now say she won't play at all.
Jordin Canada had a career-high 21 points, eight assists and five steals and the Seattle Storm held on for a 92-75 win over the Atlanta Dream on Sunday.
Alyssa Thomas had 22 points and 11 rebounds for her seventh double-double, Courtney Williams scored 17 points and the Connecticut Sun beat the Seattle Storm 89-70 on Tuesday night.
Teaira McCowan had 22 points and 19 rebounds and the Indiana Fever kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 63-54 win over the Seattle Storm on Sunday.
Jordin Canada scored 14 points to and the Seattle Storm never trailed in an 82-74 victory over the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday.
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