WNBA

The latest WNBA news

news from Thursday, June 20, 2019

- Courtney Vandersloot wanted the ball in her hands with the game on the line. Everyone says free throws are how you win games,'' said Vandersloot, who also had eight rebounds and six assists. The Sky led 61-56 after the third quarter and scored nine of the first 11 points in the fourth quarter...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

- The Phoenix Mercury are very close to having star guard Diana Taurasi back, but they will have to make do for at least one more game without her as they face the Dallas Wings on Thursday night. Taurasi has yet to play this season after undergoing back surgery in April, and the Mercury (2-4) have struggled...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

- Seattle Storm coach Dan Hughes is back as the head coach of the team after stepping away for the first month of the season because of cancer. The 64-year-old veteran coach shared his cancer diagnosis before the season began and underwent successful surgery to remove a carcinoid tumor in his digestive...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

news from Wednesday, June 19, 2019

- Erica McCall is still in a state of shock. The Indiana Fever center sang the guest verse of "The Champion" at the country music star's show Sunday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. ''It's up there, definitely an experience I will never forget,'' McCall said in a phone interview...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

- No team has gotten off to a hotter start then the Connecticut Sun. Led by Jonquel Jones, the Sun (8-1) have won their last six games and have started to put a little distance between themselves and the rest of the league. Connecticut has benefited from having an entirely healthy roster and a core group...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

- Looking to stay above expectations while staying loose, the rebuilding Indiana Fever begin a challenging stretch of their schedule Wednesday night when they face the struggling Atlanta Dream. After winning six games last year, the Fever (4-4) have been a pleasant surprise. Indiana has been idle since...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

- It's been nearly three years since the Chicago Sky won four straight games. Entering play this week, Chicago (4-2) had the second-best record in the WNBA - somewhat impressive considering the Sky have missed the playoffs each of the last two seasons and were routed 89-71 at Minnesota to open 2019...

Read more on Yahoo Sports

news from Tuesday, June 18, 2019

loading
×