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.
For the Dream's Lindsey Harding, NBA All-Star weekend is a nonstop array of fun, games and shmoozing. We track her whirlwind schedule.
Almost 20 years of age separate rookie Maya Moore and Taj McWilliams-Franklin, but they will always share Minnesota's 2011 championship season.
The Minnesota Lynx are the 2011 WNBA champions, bringing home the first title in franchise history.
The Dream's Angel McCoughtry netted a WNBA Finals single-game scoring record with 38 points in a Game 2 loss to the Lynx.
The Dream are happy to have their 6-foot-5 center back after her three-game absence to help Brazil qualify for the Olympics.
With Erika de Souza absent, Sancho Lyttle has been moved from power forward to center. In Sunday's game against the Lynx, she didn't score.
More than 15,000 fans turned out to support the Minnesota Lynx as they came back from a first-half deficit to beat the Atlanta Dream at home.
It's down to Atlanta and Minnesota for the WNBA title, and somebody's going home with their first championship ring.
With a Finals berth on the line and their starting center away, the Dream turn to Iziane Castro Marques.
The WNBA playoffs field has been pared in half, with the Fever, Dream, Lynx and Mercury shooting for spots in the Finals.
The young star has hoisted Atlanta on her shoulders and led it into the playoffs, at the same time producing a movie about her life.
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?
The Minnesota Lynx are playing winning basketball because of good team chemistry and a nice mix of young and veteran talents.
The MVP candidate has carried last year's WNBA runners-up back into the playoff picture after a 2-7 start.
She was targeted for WNBA stardom, thanks to a record-breaking run at Oklahoma. But Courtney Paris is discovering that life in the WNBA isn't smooth.