You've heard a lot from us about the 2013 WNBA Draft, but a number of voices from around SB Nation's college network have also weighed in to congratulate their student-athletes who are now pursuing professional careers.
In recent weeks - and even not so recent weeks - the subject of Brittney Griner stands as a hot topic in many circles. Here's a quick look at some of the most recent high-profile pieces on the Baylor senior.
ESPN2 will feature a pair of top ten matchups tonight with Texas A&M hosting Kentucky at 7 p.m. EDT and Connecticut hosting Baylor at 9 p.m. EDT.
Positive vibes are all around the women's professional basketball world with the Mystics hiring a very well respected coach in the WNBA.
An example of the potential value of the forthcoming transition to SB Nation United is demonstrated when big news with national implications breaks, like yesterday's news about Notre Dame moving to the ACC.
Th three official women's basketball honorees and one unofficial honoree at last night's Naismith Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
We haven't done links in a few days because there weren't that many games per day, preview links are generally included in game threads (thanks to thewiz06), and James, Queenie and Ray covered...
There were five games yesterday, highlighted by rare positive news for the WNBA fans of Oklahoma after facing the reality that Liz Cambage won't be returning to the U.S. for the 2012 WNBA season. M...
Although there was plenty of drama going on in the WNBA yesterday there were also some noteworthy performances on the court last night that are worth highlighting before we move on in our lives.
There were plenty of links today and we weren't just ignoring the news due to unspecified "personal reasons". The following is just a brief collection of what's going on today, starting with the...
Over at SB Nation's Golden State of Mind this past NBA season, folks were openly pro-tank - and anti anti-tanking sentiments - as the Warriors desperately tried to save their lottery pick that...
There were nine games in the first weekend after the WNBA's break for the 2012 London Olympics, but no team's performance this past weekend stood out more to me than the Chicago Sky's two losses with star guard Epiphanny Prince back in action.
Judging by the ratings during the U.S. women's basketball team's run to their fifth straight gold medal at the 2012 London Olympics, there was at least increased interest in watching them compared to the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
For harsh words from a couple of coaches, politically correct words from a star point guard, and a few tears from the league's first place team, read on.
Yes, the Minnesota Lynx lost yesterday. No, it's not time to panic, as Roman Augustoviz of the Minneapolis Star Tribune described. So we'll start with links from somewhere else before getting to...
A few links to start your post-Independence Day morning, some directly basketball related and others less so.
With a few roster moves occurring just this morning - as well as the Seattle Storm finally making an expected signing - we'll start this week off with some roster moves.