Move over, Minnesota. After beating the Lynx for the first time since 2011, Phoenix takes over the top spot in the rankings.
Over the past 10 years, Tamika Catchings has built the Catch The Stars Foundation into a staple among youth outreach programs in Indianapolis.
Minnesota suffered its first loss of the season but remains the clear No. 1 in the league.
After spending most of her WNBA career as a role player, Shavonte Zellous has stepped up and into the spotlight for Indiana.
After wrapping up All-Star weekend, it's time to get back to the business of chasing a league title.
Cappie Pondexter leads a talented group of players who are expected to vie for the 2013 WNBA MVP trophy.
As espnW.com previews the 2013 WNBA season, Michelle Smith takes a look at the Minnesota Lynx.
After the Fever won their first WNBA title Sunday, it seemed like universally beloved Tamika Catchings' moment. But Indiana's championship run was the result of many key moments from Catchings and all her teammates.
Atlanta has won nine of its last 10 and defeated Indiana in all four of their regular-season matchups, but the Fever keep finding a way.
Momentum is key heading into the playoffs, but neither New York or Indiana enter the postseason on a roll.
Tamika Catchings is the only player to rank in the top 15 in all five major statistical categories. Her Fever fans have her back for MVP.
A win Sunday helped Indiana, but Connecticut is lurking a half-game behind and Atlanta is finishing strong.
As the WNBA resumes play, five of six teams have a shot in each conference.
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.
Surrounded by players she looks up to, the Baylor star is tentative in her first day at the U.S. national team training camp.