Three weeks after the Los Angeles Sparks ownership group turned over the team to the WNBA to search for a new owner, there is no word from the league about whether it has secured new life for one of its founding franchises.
The pressure is on Seattle's defense to try and hold Minnesota's high-powered offense in check when the two collide in the Western Conference semifinals.
Connecticut had the upper hand against New York in the regular season, and their first-round playoff series should be more of the same.
The World Cup superfans are none other than the players' friends and family, traveling around Germany in red, white and blue to support their loved ones.
For those who think the league is a drag on the NBA, nothing could be further from the truth.
This year's NBA draft lacks the big names of years past and could leave GMs with more questions than answers. Here's the top stories for draft night.
History was not on the WNBA's side 15 years ago, as a majority of women's pro leagues had failed and folded. But the WNBA is still going despite the bumps in the road.
NBA commissioner David Stern is optimistic about the possibility of a woman in his league, but many coaches and players are skeptical, citing disparity in size and strength between the sexes.
Chicago, Hartford and the Bay Area may want teams, but they should get existing ones.
The end of the Nancy Darsch era was no surprise, writes ESPN.com's Michelle Smith. In fact, WNBA coaches have little in the way of job security.
This year's 32-game, 10-week schedule includes 103 back-to-back games. ESPN.com's Michelle Smith takes a look at how the schedule might be affecting some teams.
A year has passed since the ABL folded, and ESPN.com's Michelle Smith ponders whether women's pro basketball has taken a step forward.
ESPN.com's Michelle Smith takes a look at how far the game has come since women started playing basketball 107 years ago.
ESPN.com's Michelle Smith tries to make sense of Orlando Woolridge's departure.
The longest offseason in sports has begun, and it's going to be an active one for the WNBA, writes ESPN.com's Michelle Smith.
Dan Le Batard cites the way Tom Brady resembles Joe Montana. Jeremy Schaap touts the merits of Johnny Lynn. And Mike Tirico explains why we're back to a two-week Super Bowl break.