The 2014 WNBA season is only 11 games old, but four teams -- including No. 1 Phoenix -- are off to a 2-0 start.
Mechelle Voepel goes full-court Grantham, comparing the top 10 women's hoops teams to the "Downton Abbey" character they most resemble.
Both of Bill Fennelly's sons followed him into coaching women's basketball. When Iowa State hosts Cal State Fullerton on Sunday, one son will be on each bench.
From the moment they all committed to North Carolina a year and a half ago, the women's basketball world has been abuzz. And a month into their college careers, the Tar Heels freshmen are coming through on the court.
After an injury cut short her freshman season, guard Andraya Carter is using everything she learned from the sidelines last season to help Tennessee get off to a 4-0 start.
The NCAA is allowing schools to host the regionals on their home court for the first time in nearly a decade -- a change not everyone agrees with.
What makes Minnesota stand out? The Lynx are both a highly skilled offensive team that can be a blast to watch distribute ad score, and also play defense at a championship level.
With point guard Lindsay Whalen at the wheel, the Lynx looked Ferrari-like on Tuesday, shooting a WNBA Finals-record 56.9 percent from the field to take a 2-0 lead over Atlanta.
Atlanta has been impressive in the playoffs. But when it comes to the matchups all over the court in the WNBA Finals, it's hard to pick against Minnesota.
All eyes will be on scoring champ Angel McCoughtry for Atlanta in the playoffs. But the Dream couldn't have got here without the contributions from her teammates.
The Dream have home-court advantage, but the Mystics might have more momentum when Washington and Atlanta clash in the first round.
Minnesota, which has home-court advantage throughout the playoffs, is once again the favorite when the WNBA postseason opens Thursday.
Point guard Lindsey Harding's addition in Los Angeles has allowed combo guard Kristi Toliver to excel and given the Sparks one of the best backcourts in the WNBA.
As thousands turned out to watch Brittney Griner on senior night, the Baylor star gave them a spectacular show, scoring a career-high 50 points in a victory over Kansas State.
The Fever sent a message to the defending champion Lynx in Sunday's Game 1 win of the WNBA Finals: Whether they have Katie Douglas on the court, the Fever are not going to back down.
Katie Douglas was a big part of Connecticut's last trip to the WNBA Finals. Now, the Indiana Fever star will try to be a key part of keeping the Sun from playing for a league title.