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.
'She's the best player out there sometimes': Chicago's Copper is the breakout player of the WNBA playoffs
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.
As the legendary QB prepares to return to Gillette Stadium with Tampa Bay, ESPN reporters take you inside other notable return games in sports.
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.
After finishing with just two victories last season, the Liberty are back in the WNBA playoffs for the first time since 2017 because the Sparks and Mystics both lost on Sunday.
— Aerial Powers scored 27 points and the Minnesota Lynx made four free throws in the final 30 seconds to knock the Washington Mystics out of playoff contention with an 83-77 win on Sunday, the final day of the WNBA season.
Friday's games finalized which four teams have byes in the playoffs. Here's the latest on which seeds are set and what's still up in the air.
— Natasha Howard scored 24 points, Sabrina Ionescu added 22 and the New York Liberty keep alive their playoff hopes with a 91-80 victory over the Washington Mystics on Friday night.
Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi (ankle) and Washington Mystics forward Elena Delle Donne (back) will miss Friday's games as both teams try to solidify their seedings for the WNBA playoffs.
The Connecticut forward is our unanimous pick for MVP. But her teammates and coach also make the Sun the favorite for three other major awards.
With two regular-season games remaining for the Washington Mystics, head coach Mike Thibault has entered the WNBA's health and safety protocols after testing positive for COVID-19. Thibault's son, Eric Thibault, will take over coaching duties.
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.
— Tina Charles had 31 points, 10 rebounds and five assists to help the Washington Mystics beat the Chicago Sky 79-71 on Sunday.
— Tina Charles had 26 points and 16 rebounds and the Washington Mystics beat the Atlanta Dream 82-74 on Friday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
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?
The status of Mystics star Elena Delle Donne for the rest of the season is in doubt, according to the team's coach.
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.
— Jewell Loyd scored 20 points, Sue Bird added 14 points and seven assists and the Seattle Storm cruised to a 105-71 win over the Washington Mystics on Tuesday night.
Open playoff spots are running out, as we name each team's MVP and impact makers
Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi are among 10 current players to be named to "The W25," a collection of the 25 greatest and most influential players in WNBA history, which was announced by the league on Sunday.