As espnW.com previews the 2013 WNBA season, Michelle Smith takes a look at the San Antonio Silver Stars.
Kristi Toliver was Robin to Candace Parker's Batman on Thursday as the super duo helped Los Angeles survive San Antonio to win Game 1 of their Western Conference semifinals.
San Antonio went 3-1 against Los Angeles in the regular season, but while the Sparks are hitting their stride, the Silver Stars cooled considerably this past month.
Last season, San Antonio posted the worst rebounding numbers in the league. Now, Jayne Appel and Danielle Adams are providing some punch in the paint -- and trying to help the Silver Stars keep pace with the Lynx.
It's time to tip off the most exciting part of the WNBA season -- the playoffs. Who has what it takes to win a WNBA title?
One of the WNBA's most competitive rivalries resumes in the first round when Phoenix tries to take down Seattle, which topped the Mercury in three of their four meetings this year.
Minnesota is a dominant team, loaded with talent, and our experts don't have good news for Phoenix as WNBA playoffs tip off.
Two MVP candidates collide in the WNBA playoffs as Tina Charles' Connecticut takes on Angel McCoughtry's Atlanta in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Momentum is key heading into the playoffs, but neither New York or Indiana enter the postseason on a roll.
San Antonio has gone 2-7 in August, leaving its grip on the final playoff spot precarious.
The 2010 rookie of the year is even more comfortable in her second season, and that bodes well for the Connecticut Sun.
Less than a week after winning Texas A&M's first national championship, Aggies stars Danielle Adams and Sydney Colson found themselves at another life-changing event -- the WNBA draft.