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Triple Threat Podcast: What’s really happening with the Phoenix Mercury?

The Bonnet Gang looks at some of the WNBA’s most disappointing teams to start the season.

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LA Sparks working on late-game execution

The Los Angeles Sparks have already had a few games come down to the final moments. Let’s take a look back at what’s gone right and wrong in these games.

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2022 Fever drawing inspiration from 2012 Fever

The 2012 WNBA champion Indiana Fever are celebrating 10 years. Plus, current Fever player Kelsey Mitchell reached 2,000 career points.

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Storm looking good, but living on the edge

Nneka Ogwumike of the Los Angeles Sparks missed a three at the buzzer as the Seattle Storm held on for their second-straight win. Seattle, which led by as much as 18, received 28 points from Breanna Stewart.

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2022 WNBA Team Previews

Dive into all 12 teams before the WNBA season tips off on May 6.

Atlanta Dream’s very interesting week

The Atlanta Dream continued their strong start to the season with a good third week, especially from Rhyne Howard.

Sun showing ‘urgency’

Since dropping their first game of the season, the Connecticut Sun have run off three wins in a row, defeating the Los Angeles Sparks, New York Liberty and Indiana Fever.

Kelsey Mitchell fourth-quarter scoring frenzy not enough for Fever

Kelsey Mitchell came up three points shy of the WNBA record for points in a quarter Friday night, continuing to show that she is an All-Star caliber player. Her Indiana Fever have lost three in a row, but played a good Connecticut Sun team fairly close thanks to her efforts.

WNBA legend Sheryl Swoopes speaks on ‘Kneading Dough’

The Hall of Famer provided much-needed advice on Uninterrupted’s show about athletes and money.

Shakira and Cloud9 are key to Mystic success

Shakira Austin and Natasha Cloud have both made a tremendous impact that has elevated the overall play of the Washington Mystics.

Sparks get beat on glass, fall in home opener

With stars in the stands and stars on the court, the Los Angeles Sparks were unable to come out victorious in their home opener.

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Ezi welcomes Stewie back with career high

Ezi Magbegor dropped 21 points and Breanna Stewart’s presence did what it does as the Seattle Storm got themselves back in the win column.

Ogunbowale, Red Bull to light Dallas’ outdoor courts through Arike threes

Dallas Wings guard Arike Ogunbowale and Red Bull have started the "Dallas Has Wiiings" giveback program, which will donate $800 to the Dallas Parks and Recreation Department for every trey Ogunbowale sinks during the 2022 season.

Liberty one shy of WNBA single-game turnover record

The New York Liberty are staring at a 1-4 record and two games where they just weren't competitive.

Fever falter in two-part battle between last year’s worst

The Atlanta Dream showed how much they’ve improved, while the Indiana Fever battled through one game and then got blown out in the second.

Breaking down the Lynx’s 87-84 win over the Sparks

After a heartbreaking 0-4 start, the Minnesota Lynx bounced back by beating the Los Angeles Sparks 87-84 behind a combined 64 points from Kayla McBride, Sylvia Fowles and Moriah Jefferson.

Three Up, Three Down: Rhyne Howard, Queen Egbo making names for themselves

Rhyne Howard has gotten off to a hot start to her WNBA career, and fantasy managers are reaping the rewards. She’s not the only 2022 rookie who has impressed so far, though.

Liberty hope individual bouncebacks lead to team bounceback

Sabrina Ionescu has bounced back from a two-point performance with two great games and Natasha Howard bounced back from a 1-of-15 shooting night with 14 points on 6-of-12 shooting. But the New York Liberty have lost three in a row.

Sparks get burned by Sun

Losing 77-60 in a game that wasn’t even that close, the Los Angeles Sparks ended their four-game road trip 2-2.

What Teaira McCowan and Satou Sabally can bring to the Dallas Wings

The Dallas Wings debuted their big offseason acquisition, center Teaira McCowan, on Friday, and expect forward Satou Sabally back with the team soon. The pair will bring much-needed stability to Dallas’ frontcourt, though other Wings will see their minutes cut as a result.

Storm fumble away contest against Mercury

Jewell Loyd scored 26 points for the second straight game and Stephanie Talbot and Ezi Magbegor both notched career highs, but the Seattle Storm let the ball slip through their fingers late.

Fever flex rebounding prowess

NaLyssa Smith and Queen Egbo made history in the rebounding department for the Indiana Fever.

Dream get crushed, served by Aces

The Atlanta Dream suffered their first loss of the season. It came at the hands of the Las Vegas Aces and their prolific passing game.

Sparks are road warriors to start season

The Los Angeles Sparks are hoping the challenges of the road bring out the best in their squad.

Rebekah Gardner provides spark for Sky

Rebekah Gardner showed off her offensive skill set with 14 points in her WNBA debut and the Chicago Sky looked really good at both ends of the floor.

Proving all doubters wrong, the Mystics are the hottest team in the league

The Mystics have proved all doubters wrong, jumping out to a league-best 3-0 record, all impressive wins without key players.

Storm cold again, this time missing Breanna Stewart

The Seattle Storm shot under 40 percent from the field for the second game in a row.

Liberty stars held to single digits by phenomenal Sky defense

The New York Liberty suffered a 33-point loss to the Chicago Sky Wednesday night.

Fever: Kelsey Mitchell wins one for her team like the star she is

The Indiana Fever nearly beat the Los Angeles Sparks in the their second game. They were just missing a star performance from Kelsey Mitchell, which they got on Tuesday night in their first win. Plus, how about 11 assists and no turnovers from the point guard position?!

Taking a look at the Lynx’s struggles

Coming into the season, the Minnesota Lynx looked to compete against some of the best teams in the WNBA, but so far they have fallen short, going 0-3.

Travel issues resurface early in the season for Mystics and Aces

Flying commercial continues to create challenges for WNBA players.

CT Sun, Brittney Griner, Diamond Deshields and C. Vivian Stringer news

Here’s why the Connecticut Sun dropped their opening game of the 2022 WNBA season to the New York Liberty. Also catch up on other women’s hoops news about Brittney Griner, Diamond DeShields and C. Vivian Stringer.

Three Up, Three Down: Cloud, Young among opening weekend’s best

We’re back for another summer of WNBA fantasy basketball! As always, we look at three players who should be on your fantasy basketball radar, as well as three whose production has been disappointing thus far.

Triple Threat Podcast: Is A’ja Wilson the MVP favorite?

It’s put up or shut up time for some of the WNBA’s biggest names.