Seattle has a huge home-court advantage, but it's hard to overlook the impressive manner in which Phoenix won Saturday.
Overlooked, undrafted, unsung -- nothing fazes Becky Hammon. Thirteen years and a few bruises later, she's one of the league's biggest stars.
In the last two years, the Storm have lost only two games at home. The fans are passionate, knowledgeable and know how to have fun.
Midway through their first WNBA season, members of the hotshot 2011 rookie class include stars like Maya Moore and surprises like Danielle Adams.
If the WNBA wants to broad its appeal, it needs to look toward making its game appeal to more audiences.
Seattle's old-fashioned star loves assisting her teammates.
Two of its biggest stars, Candace Parker and Lauren Jackson, are out. As long as players have to also play in Europe, wear and tear is going to be a factor.
Candace Parker juggles a basketball career in Russia and the WNBA, marriage to the NBA's Shelden Williams, and, oh yeah, being a mom to toddler Lailaa. Somehow, she's making it all work.
The hottest star of the NCAA tournament has long wanted to play in the WNBA. In a few days, Gonzaga point guard Courtney Vandersloot will take a big step toward that goal.