Yes, Sa'de Wiley-Gatewood should become eligible for Maryland on Dec. 21 -- if her professors post her grades in time.
Before the league announces the fans' picks for All-Star starters, our expert tells us who really deserves those spots.
After walking away from the game last year, the Sky's Stacey Dales has found her passion, her smile and her way back to the court.
Favorite player? Horace Grant. Son's name? Jordan. But Tulsa's Jillian Robbins invokes images of Rodman.
Lindsay Whalen practiced on her injured knee Wednesday morning and might be on the court when Game 1 tips off.
After missing both games of the West finals because of a severely sprained ankle, Monarchs point guard Ticha Penicheiro is hopeful she'll return to the court for the WNBA Finals.
It only makes sense that Sue Gunter, a woman who was nothing but first class, be voted into the Hall of Fame on her first ballot.
Candace Parker hasn't stepped on the court yet. But Tennessee's Pat Summitt is hopeful the freshman will play this season.
The sooner Texas can get back on the court and move past that Big 12 final, the better.
During her return to the court, Hall of Famer Nancy Lieberman realized we need more pure passers.
Swin Cash & Co. are getting it done on the court. But Bill Laimbeer is the secret behind Detroit's success.
As season No. 7 nears, Coop is back, Wicks is gone and the West is still best.
Teresa Weatherspoon isn't having her best season, but the fan-favorite found her way onto the WNBA All-Star starting lineup.