ESPN and the WNBA have extended their agreement through the 2022 season, it was announced at a news conference in New York City on Thursday.
WNBA president Laurel Richie gives some insight into where the league is as it finishes its 16th season -- the good and the bad.
The WNBA honored the U.S. women's London Olympic team with its annual Inspiring Women Award on Monday in New York.
With WNBA rosters capped at 11, teams can't afford to carry their own Jeremy Lins, young players who could become stars.
WNBA commissioner Laurel Richie hopes the U.S. women's basketball team winning gold means more eyes will be on her league in the second half of the season and into the playoffs.
More than 15,000 fans turned out to support the Minnesota Lynx as they came back from a first-half deficit to beat the Atlanta Dream at home.
The three-time runner-up is finally the WNBA MVP, and she gives espnW a look at her gloriously hectic week.
WNBA attendance rose again this year and TV viewership is at its highest level since 2005 as the league's 15th season heads into the final stretch.
WNBA president looks for synergistic kick-start in women's game
The WNBA's new president says an NBA lockout would not cause a disruption to the season for the women's league.
Laurel Richie acknowledged she doesn't know a lot about the WNBA's history. Still, days after being hired as the WNBA's third president, she called it a 'dream job.'
New president Laurel J. Richie admits she has a lot to learn about the WNBA. But the marketing veteran's expertise will be vital to increasing sponsorships and ticket sales.
The new president will be called on to sell the game to potential fans and sponsors. And that's right up her alley.
Unlike past presidents, she has no basketball on her bio, but Laurel Richie has plenty of business acumen. Her last job was chief marketing officer of the Girl Scouts of America.
Veteran marketing executive Laurel J. Richie has been named president of the WNBA, NBA commissioner David Stern announced Thursday.
With the WNBA failing to name a new president until after the league's draft, Laurel J. Richie must spend this summer playing catch-up to connect with the players, owners, fans and media who follow the WNBA.