Who's hot and who's not of the eight teams headed to the WNBA playoffs? Might there be an upset or two brewing? Mechelle Voepel breaks down each series of the conference semifinals.
It's like little Ralphie from "A Christmas Story." Everyone sets out for an A grade. But with just three teams boasting winning records at the All-Star break, most teams scored far below their expectations.
With Angel McCoughtry, Erika de Souza and coach Michael Cooper leading the way, Atlanta looks to have the advantage in the Eastern Conference heading into the 2014 WNBA season.
Tamika Catchings and the more experienced Indiana Fever whipped playoff newcomer Chicago in pretty much every facet of play Sunday to eliminate the East's top seed.
After a whirlwind seven months, Elena Delle Donne has plenty to reflect upon. But the WNBA's rookie of the year also can't wait to get started working on getting even better.
Indiana is the only team in the playoffs with a losing record. But Friday in Chicago, the Fever looked a lot more like the team that won it all a year ago, putting the Sky on the brink of elimination.
Shavonte Zellous' offensive improvement has been needed: The Fever have been without injured Katie Douglas for all but four games this season and announced Saturday she'll miss the playoffs as well.
Chicago is the East's No. 1 seed, but the Sky face a team that beat them three times in the regular season and has much more playoff experience.
Minnesota, which has home-court advantage throughout the playoffs, is once again the favorite when the WNBA postseason opens Thursday.
What's the most loaded position in the WNBA this season? Angel McCoughtry leads the way as espnW.com names the top five small forwards.
With an infusion of talent, several teams are expected to step it up and some key coaching moves, the 2013 WNBA season promises to be a page-turner.
The WNBA just had a month-long break, but the playoff push will be intense from the get-go when games resume Thursday.
Silver Spurs are the surprise 'buzz' team as the Olympics brings a month-long halt to the WNBA. Will the time off help or hurt?
Every team in the WNBA's Eastern Conference has some definite positives. But it's unclear who really might be the best.
All-Star Game MVP Swin Cash, Seattle Storm look to regain their championship form going into the second half of the WNBA season.