After a big draft-day trade brought Tina Charles to New York, the Liberty-Sun rivalry should be hotter than ever. And, as New York coach Bill Laimbeer says, the pressure is on the Liberty to produce.
Many Eastern Conference teams got a makeover Monday as both veterans and draftees found new homes in the WNBA draft or via trades.
Over the past decade, the No. 1 picks in the WNBA draft have all paid off. On Monday, either Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike or Baylor's Odyssey Sims will get a chance to continue that legacy.
Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike and Baylor's Odyssey Sims have emerged as the most likely candidates for the No. 1 overall pick in Monday's WNBA draft.
The Sun scored the No. 1 pick in the 2014 WNBA draft during Tuesday's lottery. Now just what do we think will happen in the first couple of picks when the draft is held in April?
Katie Smith, a 15-year veteran of the WNBA and one of the league's most versatile defenders, will join Bill Laimbeer's staff as an assistant coach with the New York Liberty.
They are future Hall of Famers and two of the most important players in the foundation of the WNBA. And through it all, Katie Smith and Tina Thompson have been consummate professionals.
Seeking to three-peat in the West and featuring four All-Stars, the first-place Lynx top our midseason grades for all the WNBA teams. The Sun and Mercury? Not so hot.
Sue Wicks is known as a no-nonsense, native New Yorker. But even she struggles to put her career in perspective as she prepares to be inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
As espnW.com previews the 2013 WNBA season, Mechelle Voepel takes a look at the New York Liberty.
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.
Is defending WNBA champion Indiana the favorite in the Eastern Conference? Mechelle Voepel and Michelle Smith debate it out.
While many teams fared well in Monday's WNBA draft, no one did better than Bill Laimbeer and the New York Liberty.
On the same day one former WNBA champion officially signed to return to the league, it was announced that another will sit out this season to recover from knee surgery.
New York coach Bill Laimbeer, who led Detroit to three WNBA titles, has three former Shock players on his roster -- and he's expected to add a fourth next week.
Although David Stern and Bill Laimbeer are known for so much more than their WNBA ties, their contributions to women's basketball have been quite significant.