Check out espnW's top 10 moments from the WNBA's 17-year history, then rank your favorites and help us determine the top three of all time.
They're five of the best players in the world -- and perennial contenders for the WNBA's top honor. As the league's 18th season gets underway, espnW.com takes a look at the top MVP candidates.
Whether they're returning from injury or adjusting to being on a new team, Mechelle Voepel tabs five WNBA players whose teams really need them to step forward in 2014.
WNBA president Laurel Richie gives some insight into where the league is as it finishes its 16th season -- the good and the bad.
With WNBA rosters capped at 11, teams can't afford to carry their own Jeremy Lins, young players who could become stars.
Kate Fagan has never been a fan of the WNBA, though she should fit right in with the league's demographic. In the first of a three-part series to educate herself on the league, Fagan realizes some of the its flaws are, in fact, strengths.
Connecticut star Maya Moore and Australian teenager Liz Cambage are widely expected to go 1-2 in the WNBA draft. After that, it's anybody's guess.