LaChina Robinson and producer Terrika Foster-Brasby weigh in on the current racial climate across the nation and welcome in Mystics' guard Natasha Cloud, who discusses her latest piece for The Players Tribune, why she's been so vocal in the fight against police brutality and much more.
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Forced to make cuts without having training camps, WNBA teams trimmed their rosters to no more than 12 players Tuesday. Three squads have no rookies.
The Mystics announced a virtual celebration for the 2019 WNBA championship.
One high school's all-time roster features three No. 1 overall WNBA draft picks who combined for 24 All-Star Games and seven Olympic gold medals.
New York added No. 1 pick Sabrina Ionescu, but the Liberty start out last. Washington and Seattle, the past two WNBA champs, open 1-2, followed by L.A.
Dallas and Minnesota got A-plus grades after picking the players they wanted to fill their team needs. Three other teams scored A grades.
CEO Ted Leonsis has committed to paying an estimated total of $1.2 million to part-time workers for the Wizards, Mystics and Capitals through the end of April.
Some teams have glaring needs. Others will look for the best player available. But one team has been targeting Friday's WNBA draft for two years.
Wednesday's three-team trade sending Tina Charles to the Mystics could bring Oregon teammates Sabrina Ionescu and Ruthy Hebard together again on the Liberty.
The Mystics could have run it back with a similar roster to last year's title team. Instead, they hope center Tina Charles gives their offense greater diversity.
The Liberty have traded All-Star Tina Charles to the Mystics and will get the No. 9, No. 12 and No. 15 picks in the WNBA draft as part of a three-team deal that also includes the Wings.
Oregon senior Sabrina Ionescu was selected No. 1 overall by the New York Liberty in Friday's WNBA draft. Three Ducks went in the first eight picks.
From Tina Thompson in 1997 to Jackie Young in 2019, we rank all the top picks. Does Diana Taurasi or Maya Moore top the list?
As Sabrina Ionescu and Lauren Cox launch their pro careers with Friday's WNBA draft, we relive some epic WNBA Finals showdowns.
With four first-round picks, Dallas will impact the draft more than anyone. But the Wings might not be after Dallas native Lauren Cox at No. 2 overall.
The Mystics have re-signed forward Emma Meesseman, who was MVP of the WNBA Finals.
Two-time WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne signed a four-year contract Tuesday to stay with the reigning champion Washington Mystics.
Kristi Toliver is returning to the Sparks, as she re-signed with the franchise she spent seven seasons with (from 2010 to '16) as a free agent Monday.
Washington Mystics star Elena Delle Donne had minor back surgery last Friday and is expected to be ready for the start of the WNBA season.
Kobe Bryant, when asked if there might be a day when his daughter could play in the NBA, said WNBA stars Diana Taurasi, Elena Delle Donne and Maya Moore could do it "right now."
WNBA Finals rematch? Sabrina Ionescu's pro debut? The return of players such as Breanna Stewart and Skylar Diggins? There's a lot to look forward to.
Elena Delle Donne will not play in the USA Basketball women's team's exhibition games at UConn (Jan. 27) and Louisville (Feb. 2).
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.