Brittney Griner's trip to China was, uh, interesting, to be sure. Here are a half dozen things every WNBA star playing overseas ought to know.
Brittney Griner made a successful leap from the NCAA to WNBA, and continued to grow a vital social consciousness off the court, as well.
It's hard to argue with a sold-out arena. But perhaps the best way to grow the WNBA and expose the league to new fans would be to hold the All-Star Game in a new location.
The Los Angeles Sparks star has not played in the WNBA All-Star Game in her previous five seasons for various reasons, including injuries and the Olympics.
The Harlem Globetrotters drafted WNBA rookie Brittney Griner as one of five selections in their annual player draft Tuesday. Her reaction? Thanks, but no thanks.
What exactly does it mean to be an openly gay athlete? Well, the recent news surrounding Brittney Griner shows the changing dialogue around gay athletes in sports.
It's time for a reality check. No current female basketball player would be able to compete in the NBA, and that includes Baylor center Brittney Griner.
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.