BreakingT’s latest shirts celebrate Sabrina Ionescu (NIGHT NIGHT), Courtney Vandersloot (QUEEN OF THE FOURTH) and Candace Parker (TRIPLE DOUBLE QUEEN).
Candace Parker’s dominance keeps the Sky riding high with the All-Star break around the corner
Kelsey Mitchell was able to celebrate a major accomplishment while dealing with another Indiana Fever loss and missing out on the All-Star Game. Quotes from her speaking about all three things featured here.
WNBA legend Tina Charles debuted for the Seattle Storm in a game against the team that Seattle is gunning for: the Las Vegas Aces. The Storm made a statement with a 10-point win that featured clutch plays down the stretch from two of the stars it already had in Jewell Loyd and Breanna Stewart. Plus, their four-time champ Sue Bird became the winningest regular-season player in league history.
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The Indiana Fever have now lost two in row since their big win over the Chicago Sky. At some point they need to turn their season around. But there is no doubt that Kelsey Mitchell is doing everything in her power to make that happen.
New York’s biggest offseason acquisition is coming into her own as the Liberty finally collect some wins.
The defending champion Chicago Sky will have four total representatives as they host the All-Star Game for the first time.
Second-year guard Aari McDonald has stepped up for the Atlanta Dream after a slew of injuries hit the team’s backcourt. Just how good has she been as a starter, and is she worth picking up in fantasy basketball?
The Minnesota Lynx lost on a Courtney Vandersloot buzzer-beater Sunday, extending their bad luck in close games.
Allisha Gray has been one of the Dallas Wings’ most consistent and effective players for years. Thus far in 2022, she’s putting up career-best numbers in several areas. There’s never been a better time for Allisha Gray to be named a WNBA All-Star.
The Seattle Storm had a great win over the Washington Mystics on Thursday, but suffered a bad loss to the Los Angeles Sparks on Saturday.
The Indiana Fever surrendered 24 points to Arike Ogunbowale and lost a blowout to the Dallas Wings.
As the Atlanta Dream continue to struggle, Tuesday’s win on the back of Maya Caldwell and Cheyenne Parker could provide a glimmer of hope for the season.
The veteran and the defending WNBA finalists parted ways Saturday, freeing up Charles to join an actual contender.
Mikaylah William will be taking her talents to LSU. Plus, Tuesday was a very busy night!
Breanna Stewart, Jewell Loyd, Sue Bird and Ezi Magbegor accounted for 73 of the Seattle Storm’s 85 points against the Washington Mystics.
The Atlanta Dream’s AD is the first player in WNBA history to have their official name be a set of initials. As Pride Month 2022 comes to a close, it’s the perfect time for the WNBA to follow their example.
Two-way star Ariel Atkins is having another phenomenal season for the Washington Mystics.
Poor execution in the fourth almost cost the Sparks against Washington, but coach Fred Williams was grateful for the learning experience.
The retiring legends will be co-captains for the midseason showcase in Chicago along with Breanna Stewart and A’ja Wilson.
The Indiana Fever showed a lot in their nail-biter win over the defending champion Chicago Sky.
The defending champions need to harness their strengths or they could be in trouble
Thursday is the big day: the 50-year anniversary of Title IX. There will be plenty going on on Twitter to celebrate, including Spaces hosted by ESPN, Congress, NASA and the WNBA.
Sue Bird said it best, because it was a feel-good moment when she hit the game-sealing three in her last regular-season game in New York.
Sylvia Fowles is out for the foreseeable future, which is terrible news for the Minnesota Lynx. It does, however, open up an opportunity for Nikolina Milić, who projects to be a valuable fantasy basketball asset in Fowles’ absence.
The Bonnet Gang opens up the mailbag for this week’s episode.