Move over, Minnesota. After beating the Lynx for the first time since 2011, Phoenix takes over the top spot in the rankings.
Over the past 10 years, Tamika Catchings has built the Catch The Stars Foundation into a staple among youth outreach programs in Indianapolis.
Coach Brian Agler and his family have gotten so much more from basketball than they have given up because of it.
#BringBackOurGirls has not brought the girls back, but Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike have partnered with UNICEF in a fundraising effort aimed to benefit one million girls in northern Nigeria.
She was one of the most dominant NCAA players of the past decade, but Courtney Paris struggled to find a spot in the WNBA. Five seasons after being drafted No. 7 overall, she's a regular starter for Tulsa.
Sandy Brondello isn't abandoning the Mercury's traditional run-and-gun system. But Phoenix's new coach is adding structure, discipline and an emphasis on defense.
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.
As the tragedy of the mass kidnappings of schoolgirls in Nigeria drags on, Chiney and Nneka Ogwumike are working to make sure the girls aren't forgotten, now or when they hopefully return home.
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.
After sitting out 2013 to heal a knee injury, Sue Bird is back on the court in Seattle. But the All-Star point guard returns to a team that doesn't quite resemble the one she left.
With its star-studded roster largely intact, defending WNBA champion Minnesota remains the favorite in a competitive Western Conference.
UConn's perfect season also marked the perfect ending for All-American seniors Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley, who will leave the program after winning back-to-back national titles.
The hot topic of civility, or lack thereof, took the pregame hype of Tuesday night's unbeaten national title matchup between Connecticut and Notre Dame to a new level on Monday.
Notre Dame managed just fine without Natalie Achonwa in the national semifinals. But the Irish face a more daunting task Tuesday in the frontcourt against UConn's All-Americans.
Connecticut is perhaps the top defensive team in the nation, a fact that often goes overlooked with the Huskies' bevy of productive offensive players. But the defense carried the day against Stanford.