As Chicago celebrates its WNBA title, many questions already linger for the offseason, including possible retirements and player movement in free agency.
In her effort to push the league into a stronger financial future, WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert wants to disrupt the economic model that she says has undervalued women's sports.
Chicago is hoping to win its first title. Phoenix seeks its fourth. As the WNBA prepares to crown its 25th champion, we rank the previous title teams.
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Kahleah Copper could be on the verge of one of the best breakout performances in WNBA playoff history. We rank the top five that ended with titles.
After months of work, some teams' WNBA postseason will be over in 40 minutes. Coaches and players are ready to move on from single-elimination games.
Kevin Pelton's statistical model offers a much different order of the league's all-time best than our panel selected.
It's the 25th anniversary season of the WNBA, and from the original players who helped start the league to playoff-bound stars, we name the best 25.
— Diamond DeShields scored a season-high 30 points and Chicago used a 14-4 run to pull away as the Sky beat the Indiana Fever 98-87 on Sunday night in the regular-season finale.
— Sylvia Fowles scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and the Minnesota Lynx pulled away in the second half for a 92-73 win over the Indiana Fever on Friday night, clinching a first-round bye in the WNBA playoffs.
— Tiffany Hayes scored a season-high 31 points, Courtney Williams had 15 points and 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Dream beat the Indiana Fever 85-78 on Tuesday night for coach Darius Taylor's first home victory.
It's chaos in the WNBA as teams attempt to upset others and claim the last playoff spot in the final week of the regular season.
— Napheesa Collier had 22 points, six rebounds, seven assists and a career-high tying four steals to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Indiana Fever 90-80 on Sunday night.
— Aerial Powers scored 20 points and Kayla McBride added 15 points to help the Minnesota Lynx beat the Indiana Fever 89-72 on Friday night.
With a week to go in the regular season, which teams could clash in the WNBA Finals? And which squads have the inside track on earning playoff byes?
It's too soon to call it the worst draft class in WNBA history. But so far, April's class has been underwhelming and struggled to make its mark.
— Brittney Griner had 21 points and 10 rebounds and the Phoenix Mercury held off the Indiana Fever 86-81 on Monday night for their ninth straight victory.
Open playoff spots are running out, as we name each team's MVP and impact makers
— Brittney Griner scored 22 points, Skylar Diggins-Smith and Kia Nurse each added 14 and Phoenix used a big third quarter to beat the Indiana Fever 87-65 on Saturday for the Mercury's eighth straight victory.
How has Phoenix turned around its season? How is Connecticut the front-runner without Alyssa Thomas? And are we on tank watch in Atlanta and Indiana?
The Comets, Lynx and Storm have all won four titles. Which franchise tops our list? We rank them all, including the ones that are no longer around.
— Kelsey Mitchell scored 25 points, Teaira McCowan added 15 — including two free throws to cap the scoring with 15.3 seconds to play — and tied her career high with 19 rebounds and the Indiana Fever beat the Los Angeles Sparks 74-72 on Tuesday night.
WNBA Power Rankings: Connecticut Sun dethrone Las Vegas Aces, while Minnesota Lynx leapfrog over Seattle Storm
The battle for playoff byes -- and the last few postseason spots -- continues.
Who's got next when Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi eventually step away? A'ja Wilson, Napheesa Collier and Arike Ogunbowale lead the next generation of stars.
The WNBA is back after its Olympic break, with some familiar rankings -- and some surprises.