Just like Nneka and Chiney Ogwumike, the family's two youngest sisters, Olivia and Erica, will share a team and build a legacy together on the court.
When the mercury rises on the thermometer, what do the Mercury players do to stay cool in the heat? Watching TV, shopping and even planning a wedding keep the Phoenix players cool.
Charde Houston has been turning heads with her distinctive, yet confident, style. Now, the do-it-yourself fashionista is turning her off-the-court passion into a business she's slowly building from the ground up.
Janeth Arcain has stepped out of the shadows and become one of Houston's top players.
It's a wide open race and anyone can win it. Michelle Smith breaks down each team.
ESPN.com's Michelle Smith has some advice for the WNBA to help the league start off its fifth season with a bang, something that was lacking in 2000.
The only thing to ponder as New York and Houston meet in the WNBA finals is whether the Liberty have any more of a chance this time than they did in 1999 and '98, writes ESPN.com's Michelle Smith.
At the midway point of the season, ESPN.com's Michelle Smith checks in with a team-by-team progress report for the Western Conference.
Houston might be the league's best team, but L.A. is top dog at the midseason point, writes ESPN.com's Michelle Smith.
So Coop's retiring? We'll wait and see. But the bottom line is that if Cynthia Cooper can't be the biggest star, she'll take her ball and go home, writes ESPN.com's Michelle Smith.
ESPN.com's Michelle Smith says Houston is poised to fourpeat as she ranks all 16 WNBA teams on the eve of the league's fourth season.
Without more offense, the U.S. National Team is an upset waiting to happen in Sydney, writes ESPN.com's Michelle Smith.