With her "Cree and Scooter" book series, the Fever's Tammy Sutton-Brown introduces children to cultures and countries from around the world.
Connecticut Sun center Tina Charles has won many awards in her career, but the 2012 MVP would trade them all for a WNBA championship.
In her latest "I'm Just Askin'" column, Adena Andrews has a hurry-up attack of questions after the first week of the NFL season.
Hurdler Lolo Jones is the latest to highlight a problem for black women athletes: unmanageable hair after workouts.
For Shelden Williams, being a dad to 3-year-old Lailaa is about tea parties, Hello Kitty and having a ball.
Some professional female athletes open up about the challenges -- and joys -- of combining pro sports with motherhood.
Winning an NCAA title would be the icing on the cake of Baylor's possible perfect 40-0 season -- something no men's or women's NCAA team has ever accomplished. Our writers weigh in on sports' greatest streaks.
Clipper Darrell and his beloved team have come to an agreement, but Adena Andrews questions whether the superfan should stick with his team after what they put him -- and others -- through.
Basketball superstar Chamique Holdsclaw lays bare her battle with clinical depression and its effect on her career in her new autobiography.
Two decades ago, the NBA All-Star Game went deeper than sports. Magic Johnson returned to the hardwood and forced the league, even the world, to start thinking differently about HIV and AIDS.
For the Dream's Lindsey Harding, NBA All-Star weekend is a nonstop array of fun, games and shmoozing. We track her whirlwind schedule.
Elite women athletes train seriously. They take their sports seriously and Adena Andrews says it's time men begin to take them and their talent seriously, too.
Whitney Houston's music taught me, and more than a few female athletes, to look inside ourselves and believe.
After two years of critical illness, hearing loss and injury, Purdue's Drey Mingo is petitioning the NCAA for a sixth season of eligibility.
With a Finals berth on the line and their starting center away, the Dream turn to Iziane Castro Marques.
For some women, sneakers are just an item in the bottom of their gym bag. But not for these WNBA stars who are collectors of high-end athletic footwear.