This week's WNBA draft brought back a flood of memories for Jayne Appel. Just one year removed from her own experience, the Silver Stars center remembered the anxiousness and nervousness she felt that day.
Lynx executive vice president Roger Griffith had what everybody wanted on WNBA draft day -- the top pick. After selecting Maya Moore, Griffith talked to espnW about Minnesota's future and the teams to beat in the WNBA ... his team excluded.
The Eastern Conference playoff matchups are officially set. The Heat locked up the No. 2 seed in the East Monday night with a big win over the Hawks, coupled with a Celtics overtime loss to the Wizards. Here's what else you missed last night.
At the 2011 WNBA draft, the players and interesting personalities provided plenty of sound bites and interesting stories. espnW was there for all of them, and is sharing some of the best after a long day on ESPN's campus.
Fifteen accomplished athletes are gathered for the WNBA draft, waiting nervously to hear their names called. Well, most of them are nervous. Then there's Maya Moore, the expected No. 1 pick, calm as ever.