Here are our final 2014 WNBA power rankings as we evaluate the season and take a very quick look at what 2015 might entail.
Before the 2014 WNBA playoffs tipped off, our experts made their postseason predictions.
Check out espnW's top 10 moments from the WNBA's 17-year history, then rank your favorites and help us determine the top three of all time.
Who's hot and who's not of the eight teams headed to the WNBA playoffs? Might there be an upset or two brewing? Mechelle Voepel breaks down each series of the conference semifinals.
We take a look at the five biggest questions facing the eight teams -- including five with losing records -- in the WNBA playoffs.
Rookie Shoni Schimmel scored a season-high 24 points and the Atlanta Dream beat the Phoenix Mercury 96-82 on Wednesday night to clinch the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference.
With less than a week to play in the regular season, everyone is still chasing Minnesota and Phoenix.
Brittney Griner had 14 points, nine rebounds and nine blocked shots, and the Phoenix Mercury rallied to beat the Atlanta Dream 75-67 on Tuesday night.
Phoenix spent seven consecutive weeks at No. 1. But after Minnesota snapped the Mercury's 16-game win streak, the Lynx take over the top spot.
With eight teams sporting losing records, Phoenix, Minnesota and Atlanta remain 1-2-3 in our weekly rankings.
Saturday's All-Star contest was the kind of game that really gave the WNBA a positive boost going into the last month of the regular season.
Shoni Schimmel and the younger generation stole the show in Saturday's All-Star Game, reminding us that the WNBA's future is bright.
It's like little Ralphie from "A Christmas Story." Everyone sets out for an A grade. But with just three teams boasting winning records at the All-Star break, most teams scored far below their expectations.
Minnesota's Maya Moore was the top vote-getter in WNBA All-Star Game balloting. Who else made the rosters for the East and West?
Rookie Shoni Schimmel of the Atlanta Dream has the top-selling jersey in the WNBA.