Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner has been ruled out for Game 3 of the WNBA Finals against the Chicago Sky.
Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner will be a game-time decision for Game 3 of the WNBA Finals on Friday against Chicago because of an eye problem.
Maya Moore and Sue Bird proudly showed off their newly acquired dog tags.
Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore was the unanimous choice for the All-WNBA first team.
There was a sense of familiarity among the coaches and players as the U.S. women's national team opened up training camp for the world championship Monday at the Naval Academy.
The WNBA is in good shape, financially and competitively, league president Laurel Richie said Sunday.
Tamika Catchings and Candace Parker have withdrawn from the U.S. women's national team pool due to injuries and won't play in the world championship later this month.
The injuries to Vandersloot and Fowles, along with Delle Donne's unfortunate illness, may have been a blessing in disguise for the Sky, as Chatman was forced to give Epiphanny Prince, Allie Quigley, Jessica Breland and Jamierra Faulkner more significant roles than expected. During its run past the Dream and Fever, it became apparent that Chicago's roster is now filled with competitors who gained valuable experience playing crunch-time minutes during an up-and-down regular season.
Glance at the regular-season records and the Phoenix Mercury would seem to be a shoe-in to win the WNBA Finals over the Chicago Sky.
A friendly feast is at stake in this weekend's WNBA Finals between the Phoenix Mercury and the Chicago Sky.
A look at the WNBA Finals, which starts Sunday:
Basketball Australia says Seattle Storm star Lauren Jackson has withdrawn from the world championships later this month to undertake further rehabilitation for her knee injury
Courtney Vandersloot and her Chicago Sky teammates would prefer to take the lead early on. Instead, they have been rallying from big deficits in the WNBA playoffs.