After two years in the WNBA, Moore took her first trip to NBA All-Star Weekend.
All four players representing the WNBA at this year's NBA All-Star Weekend have accomplished big things in their basketball careers, including at least one WNBA championship each.
With DeWanna Bonner moving into the Phoenix Mercury's starting lineup this season, the award will actually go to someone else this year. But who might take advantage of this opportunity?
With the top three active scorers in the WNBA already on the Seattle Storm roster, reports out of Brazil suggest that they could still add one of the league's purest scorers in unrestricted free agent Iziane Castro Marques.
Seattle Times reporter Jayda Evans reported yesterday that sources say unrestricted free agent Tina Thompson will be signing with the Seattle Storm.
There were two truly elite players - as in, MVP-caliber in 2011 - in this year's unrestricted free agent class and they've already been re-signed. And although there are still some potential contributors among the remaining free agents, the question might be just how much they're able to contribute. To help answer that question, we turn to the numbers.
There are only two games tonight, but they a) have significant playoff implications, b) should be good games, and c) feature some of the league's biggest stars. Who: Connecticut Sun at Atlanta...
With the WNBA releasing its 30 nominees for its list of Top 15 WNBA players of all time, the process of figuring out how to cut that list in half between Thursday at Noon EST and midnight on July 14 is potentially more exciting than finding out who exactly those top 15 are at the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game in San Antonio.