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Walshe’s text moves fast, and the music moves on the speed of thought. One moment, her vocals could appear to be celebrating web memes — or the “minor characters” who turn into “essential characters” for a...
When the Miami Heat chosen Dwyane Wade with the fifth pick of the 2003 N.B.A. draft, the league was in dire need of star players to hold it out of the Michael Jordan era.Wade’s draft class...

WNBA Draft: Aliyah Boston Goes No. 1 to Indiana Fever

When Aliyah Boston was 12 years old, she took a 1,700-mile journey along with her sister to their aunt’s home in Massachusetts from the...

A Growing W.N.B.A. Still Boxes Out Some Personalities

Aliyah Boston, one of the vital dominant and decorated players in women’s college basketball, was chosen with the highest pick within the W.N.B.A. draft...

Caitlin Clark and the Talent Conundrum Facing the W.N.B.A.

DALLAS — Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese will likely be playing against one another for a really very long time.The breakout stars leading Iowa...

Brittney Griner Will Return to W.N.B.A.

Brittney Griner, the basketball star who was detained in Russia for 10 months, has signed a one-year contract to proceed her playing profession with...

With End of Griner’s Detention, a Recent Wave of WNBA Activism Begins

Amira Rose Davis, an assistant professor at Penn State University specializing in race, sports and gender, said that the W.N.B.A. had proved itself as...

NBA, WNBA Commissioners Reply to Sen. Wyden’s Letter Regarding Portland WNBA Team

Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) has had his requests fulfilled, or a minimum of they’re in progress. Last week, Sen. Wyden penned a letter...

Las Vegas Aces Beat Sun for First WNBA Championship

UNCASVILLE, Conn. — With a championship on the road for a team with among the W.N.B.A.’s biggest stars, the Las Vegas Aces leaned on...

Aces Rating Just Enough to Take W.N.B.A. Finals Lead

LAS VEGAS — The W.N.B.A. finals have many compelling story lines: two franchises, and two coaches, in search of their first title; a high-powered...

WNBA Finals Preview: Las Vegas Aces and Connecticut Sun Vie for First Title

Twenty-three years ago, Becky Hammon and Curt Miller helped lead Colorado State to the round of 16 within the N.C.A.A. Division 1 women’s basketball...

Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird Ends WNBA Profession With Playoff Loss

Seattle Storm fans wanted another yr. Sue Bird gave it to them.She slicked back her signature ponytail, laced up her custom Nike sneakers and...

W.N.B.A. Semifinals Check-In: Can’t. Stop. Candace. Parker.

As Chicago Sky guard Kahleah Copper and Connecticut Sun guard Courtney Williams tussled over the basketball in Game 1 of their W.N.B.A. semifinal series,...

Liberty Guard Sabrina Ionescu’s Historic WNBA Season, By the Numbers

After a serious ankle injury in her rookie season and a somewhat tentative second 12 months, Sabrina Ionescu has in her third 12 months...

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