Will Tamika Catchings return? Can overachieving New York knock off the defending champ? Can Seattle outshoot Phoenix? Our expert tackles the key questions of each first-round playoff matchup.
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.
They're ranked 10th and lead as many Pac-10 statistical categories as Stanford. But despite their success, Charli Turner Thorne and Arizona State remain under the radar.
Can the Sun overcome the loss of Katie Douglas? Are Ruth Riley and rebounding the X-factors for Detroit? Our analyst breaks down the East finals.
Seattle dominated Los Angeles in the regular season. But the top-seeded Sparks get our expert's vote as the first-round favorite.
Houston beat Sacramento three times in the regular season. But our expert expects Sacramento's depth to put an end to the Comets' dominance.
The Shock might have edged the Fever for homecourt advantage in their first-round series. But our expert doesn't think it's enough to stick with the chalk.
The Sun and their incredible balance might be too much for the Mystics and star Alana Beard when the teams clash in the first round.
When fans voted for the WNBA All-Stars, it's clear their favorite players, not this season's best, got the nod.
Erin Phillips and the Sun and Ticha Penicheiro and the Monarchs stood out in the first week of the WNBA's 10th season.
Like a patient boxer who continuously lands hit after hit to the body, Sacramento's defense pounded away at Connecticut to hlep the Monarchs win their first WNBA title Tuesday.
With the series tied at one game apiece and the next two games at Arco Arena, Sacramento sits in a good position to win its first WNBA title.
An hour before Game 2 of the WNBA Finals tipped off, Sun officials said point guard Lindsay Whalen would not play Thursday.
Lindsay Whalen practiced on her injured knee Wednesday morning and might be on the court when Game 1 tips off.
Lindsay Whalen has been diagnosed with a fractured tibia in her left leg and is not expected to play in Wednesday's Game 1 or Thursday's Game 2.