Sarah Spain talks to Swin Cash about the WNBA players' drubbing of the suitors in a "Bachelorette" episode that also included some of the series' darkest moments.
Whether you're new to the WNBA playoffs (like Sky fans) or new to the league altogether, Sarah Spain tells you the players, teams and storylines to follow in the postseason in this week's "That's What She Said."
Back at home in Chicago with the Sky, former DePaul star Allie Quigley is enjoying her reunion with one of the area's top athletic clans.
Teresa Weatherspoon is the first WNBA alum to join the National Basketball Retired Players Association, which offers assistance to former players and provides them opportunities for mentoring others.
Kevin Durant and Monica Wright announced they are engaged. In this week's TWSS, Sarah Spain ponders other possible NBA/WNBA pairings.
Think Elena Delle Donne's versatility on the basketball court is impressive? Wait until you see what the Chicago Sky rookie can mix up in the kitchen.
Elena Delle Donne loved her home state of Delaware so much, she retreated there from UConn after just two days. A college career later, she's set about making Chicago her new home.
Skylar Diggins is one of the most marketable basketball players in history, and in this week's TWSS, Sarah Spain explains what should have been on her wish list before signing with Jay-Z's Roc Nation.
In a city rich with basketball history, women's basketball has struggled to sustain popularity in Chicago. The additions of two prominent names could change that.
Some holiday cheer to our sports stars -- from Brittney Griner to Serena Williams to McKayla Maroney to Tamika Catchings -- who gave us plenty of moments to remember in 2012.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain reflects on her time at the espnW Women + Sports Summit and highlights its inspiring moments and troubling, unanswered questions.
Sheila Simon knows the power of athletics in building strong women leaders. With the help of the Chicago Sky, the Illinois lieutenant governor is looking to inspire a new generation of leaders.
The Sky were soaring but have lost three straight since star guard Epiphanny Prince went down with a fractured foot. Can they rebound?
Losing came has come a shock to Ivory Latta, who hopes new coach Gary Kloppenburg can find a way to fix Tulsa, which was 9-59 the past two seasons.
In this week's installment of "That's What She Said," espnW poet laureate Sarah Spain tackles the year in sports, carol-style.
Sky rookie Courtney Vandersloot reflects on her first season in the WNBA and looks ahead to a summer abroad.