We take a look at the five biggest questions facing the eight teams -- including five with losing records -- in the WNBA playoffs.
With less than a week to play in the regular season, everyone is still chasing Minnesota and Phoenix.
With eight teams sporting losing records, Phoenix, Minnesota and Atlanta remain 1-2-3 in our weekly rankings.
Move over, Minnesota. After beating the Lynx for the first time since 2011, Phoenix takes over the top spot in the rankings.
Minnesota suffered its first loss of the season but remains the clear No. 1 in the league.
Minnesota replaced Phoenix at the top of the Week 2 WNBA power rankings.
From the Lynx's quest to repeat to Tina Charles' performance back home with a new team in New York, we detail the top 10 storylines to follow as the WNBA's 18th season opens Friday.
With its star-studded roster largely intact, defending WNBA champion Minnesota remains the favorite in a competitive Western Conference.
Thursday was supposed to be different. But instead of finding their first win against Minnesota this season, the Mercury Phoenix failed to execute at both ends of the floor.
Phoenix is 0-5 against Minnesota this season. Will things be any different when they meet in the Western Conference finals?
As the WNBA regular season winds down, we take a look at which teams are headed to the postseason, which squads need to step up to secure a berth, and which stars are heating up the MVP race.
After wrapping up All-Star weekend, it's time to get back to the business of chasing a league title.
WNBA fans achieved an impressive balance between popular and productive in voting 10 players as All-Star Game starters. Elena Delle Donne became the first rookie to be the top vote-getter.
Cappie Pondexter leads a talented group of players who are expected to vie for the 2013 WNBA MVP trophy.
In a game between two of UConn's finest, Maya Moore and the Lynx bested Diana Taurasi and the Mercury.
Minnesota showed naysayers its stellar regular-season record was a sign of things to come.