With eight teams sporting losing records, Phoenix, Minnesota and Atlanta remain 1-2-3 in our weekly rankings.
Move over, Minnesota. After beating the Lynx for the first time since 2011, Phoenix takes over the top spot in the rankings.
Minnesota replaced Phoenix at the top of the Week 2 WNBA power rankings.
Minnesota suffered its first loss of the season but remains the clear No. 1 in the league.
From the Lynx's quest to repeat to Tina Charles' performance back home with a new team in New York, we detail the top 10 storylines to follow as the WNBA's 18th season opens Friday.
Phoenix's Diana Taurasi leads the way as espnW.com names the top five shooting guards in the WNBA.
After wrapping up All-Star weekend, it's time to get back to the business of chasing a league title.
WNBA fans achieved an impressive balance between popular and productive in voting 10 players as All-Star Game starters. Elena Delle Donne became the first rookie to be the top vote-getter.
With all the key players returning and the addition of Elena Delle Donne, an improved Courtney Vandersloot at point guard just might be the final piece to getting the Sky to the playoffs for the first time.
Brittney Griner's pro debut and two dunks in Phoenix were overshadowed by fellow rookie Elena Delle Donne and Chicago.
Ticha Penicheiro is one of the WNBA's most veteran players. With her legacy as title winner and four-time All-Star secure, she's found a new home and new role in Chicago.
After six seasons but no playoff appearances, Chicago revamped its roster. Coach Pokey Chatman hopes the experienced veterans help the Sky reach new limits.
The Sky haven't reached the playoffs since coming to Chicago, but that five-year streak could end very soon, thanks to center Sylvia Fowles.