Before the WNBA's 11th season tips off May 19, our analyst answers 10 burning questions for 2007.
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.
Nobody is playing better defensively than the Monarchs right now. And that's a key reason our expert is picking Sacramento to upset L.A. in the WNBA West finals.
Seattle dominated Los Angeles in the regular season. But the top-seeded Sparks get our expert's vote as the first-round favorite.
Fans failed to vote Lisa Leslie an All-Star starter. But the Sparks' center is the midseason favorite for regular-season MVP honors.
Erin Phillips and the Sun and Ticha Penicheiro and the Monarchs stood out in the first week of the WNBA's 10th season.
Lisa Leslie faces the best frontcourt tandem in the league when L.A. and Sacramento meet in the first round.
Yolanda Griffith, DeMya Walker and Tangela Smith need to continue to come up big if the Monarchs are going to unseat L.A. in the West finals.
Lisa Leslie threw one down last week. But the Sparks' playoff position is no slam dunk.
L.A. is still the favorite, but Detroit has the talent and depth to prevent the threepeat.
Detroit matches up with Los Angeles better than any other team in the league.
A couple days ago, Houston was at .500 after back-to-back losses. But these Comets are still contenders.
The WNBA Finals are a matchup between Hollywood's stars and the best of the Big Apple.
L.A. went 3-0 against Utah this season. The ESPN analyst tells us why the Western Conference finals won't be as lopsided.
Only two teams have winning records against L.A. this season. Seattle is one of them. The ESPN analyst tells us how the Sparks can avoid another breakdown.
Snapping L.A.'s 28-game winning streak, Houston showed it still knows how to play the important games.