Katie Smith and Diana Taurasi aren't very different at all. They're natural-born leaders with several titles between them. But in the WNBA Finals, they'll be on opposite sides. And aren't we in for a treat?
After a sluggish start Saturday, Detroit played tough defense and took care of the ball in the second half to come from behind and win its second title in four seasons.
Detroit's athleticism and extreme confidence right now give the Shock the edge in the WNBA Finals over defending champion Sacramento.
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.
When fans voted for the WNBA All-Stars, it's clear their favorite players, not this season's best, got the nod.
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 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.
After missing both games of the West finals because of a severely sprained ankle, Monarchs point guard Ticha Penicheiro is hopeful she'll return to the court for the WNBA Finals.
Seattle and Connecticut, two very similar teams, both seek their first league title when the WNBA Finals open Friday.
In the best WNBA Finals in history, the Shock's free throws helped lead the way to Tuesday's victory.
Detroit's nerves, and some great defense from Mwadi Mabika, led to an L.A. rout in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals.
Detroit matches up with Los Angeles better than any other team in the league.
Sacramento needs point guard Ticha Penicheiro, injured in Game 2, on the floor in the decisive game in the West on Monday.
The WNBA Finals are a matchup between Hollywood's stars and the best of the Big Apple.
Nobody is playing better defensively than the Monarchs right now. And that's a key reason our expert is picking Sacramento to upset L.A. in the WNBA West finals.