Ahead of the league draft, McDonald discusses what the game means to her and what it took to get to this point in her journey
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In trading for the No. 7 pick, might Los Angeles look to add UCLA's Michaela Onyenwere in Thursday's draft? Dallas still has four of the top 13 picks.
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- Stanford holds off Arizona for first title since 1992
- Arizona's Barnes not sorry for postgame reaction
- Arizona after toppling UConn: 'We shocked world'
The Dallas Wings drafted Charli Collier and Awak Kuier with the first two picks. We recap all three rounds.
Adia Barnes, who led Arizona to the national title game earlier this month, is joining the USA Basketball staff for a 2022 FIBA World Cup qualifying event in June.
Aari McDonald's stock is on the rise after she led Arizona to the NCAA title game. Here are how all three rounds project ahead of the April 15 draft.
A Most Outstanding Player performance by Haley Jones put the Cardinal on top again after a 29-year wait. Plus, we look at what to expect in 2021-22.
Aari McDonald had a chance to win the game and scored 22 points in the national title game, but it came on 5-of-21 shooting as Stanford kept the Arizona star at bay and won its first championship since 1992.
Stanford took home the national title after beating Arizona. Another amazing game from Aari McDonald wasn't enough for the Wildcats to overcome the No. 1 seed Cardinal. Here's all the reaction.
Led by Haley Jones, named Most Outstanding Player for the tournament, Stanford held off a resilient Arizona team 54-53 on Sunday to claim its first NCAA women's basketball championship in 29 years.
Stanford and Tara VanDerveer are chasing their first title in 29 years. But Aari McDonald, Adia Barnes and the Wildcats know how to pull an upset.
After a huddle with her team went viral Friday, coach Adia Barnes and the Wildcats have become the squad for anyone who has ever felt underestimated.
Arizona coach Adia Barnes said Saturday that she has nothing to apologize for after she used a middle finger and expletive in a postgame huddle with her team in the joyous moments after a 69-59 win over UConn in the women's Final Four.
How does the NCAA and women's basketball move forward after this month's public outcry of gender inequity? ESPN spoke to people at all levels of the sport, and a lack of transparency and agreeable solutions didn't yield any clear answers.
Stanford is 2-0 against Arizona this season. When they meet Sunday (6 p.m. ET, ESPN/ESPN App), the Wildcats will be looking for another upset.
Arizona handed UConn just its second loss this season as the Wildcats advance to their first national championship game in program history.