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?
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.
The WNBA just had a month-long break, but the playoff push will be intense from the get-go when games resume Thursday.
Silver Spurs are the surprise 'buzz' team as the Olympics brings a month-long halt to the WNBA. Will the time off help or hurt?
Most WNBA teams made draft picks Monday that made sense and helped fill a need in their current rosters.
Before the 2010 WNBA season tips off, here's a look at the predicted order of finish for each conference.
Plenty of change -- a franchise lost and a franchise moved, for instance -- has taken place since last season. But an old favorite, defending champ Phoenix, helps tip off the league's 14th season Saturday.