Detroit just didn't play hard for 40 minutes each game of the first round. And if they do that again, the Shock will struggle against the Fever in the East finals.
Will Tamika Catchings return? Can overachieving New York knock off the defending champ? Can Seattle outshoot Phoenix? Our expert tackles the key questions of each first-round playoff matchup.
For the first time in All-Star Game history, the starting lineups include no WNBA originals, writes Nancy Lieberman, who looks at how each starter has improved over the years.
Before the WNBA's 11th season tips off May 19, our analyst answers 10 burning questions for 2007.
The Shock might have edged the Fever for homecourt advantage in their first-round series. But our expert doesn't think it's enough to stick with the chalk.
Fans failed to vote Lisa Leslie an All-Star starter. But the Sparks' center is the midseason favorite for regular-season MVP honors.
Indiana's hopes of beating Connecticut in the East finals rest on Tully Bevilaqua's ability to defend Lindsay Whalen.
Indiana's defense must look to limit New York's hot 3-point shooting in the first round of the playoffs.
With three U.S. national team members on its roster, Indiana is the new favorite in the East.
The ESPN.com analyst breaks down the East semifinals between New York and Indiana