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This Week in Women’s Basketball: The WNBA to the Bay?

More WNBA expansion news headlines the latest happenings in women’s basketball. While a new W team is not yet confirmed, women’s college basketball does have a new postseason tournament.

Can the Sun contain the Liberty in Game 4?

With a 2-1 series lead, the No. 2 seed New York Liberty can return to the WNBA Finals for the first time since 2002 with a Game 4 win. The No. 3 seed Connecticut Sun still stand in their way, intent upon forcing a Game 5.

Celebrate the MVP in Stew York City

To celebrate Breanna Stewart winning her second MVP, BreakingT introduces two new Stewie shirts.

Breanna Stewart wins second MVP

In her first season with the New York Liberty, Breanna Stewart won the 2023 KIA WNBA Most Valuable Player award, the second MVP honor of her seven-year career.

Sun shut down Liberty as Aces roll past Wings in Game 1s

With an intense defensive effort, the No. 3 seed Connecticut Sun upset the No. 2 seed New York Liberty. The No. 1 seed Las Vegas Aces took care of business against the No. 4 seed Dallas Wings due to a(nother) A’ja Wilson masterpiece.

This Week in Women’s Basketball: Clark wins the Sullivan Award

It was a week of honors in women’s college hoops. While Iowa’s Caitlin Clark won the Sullivan Award, Teresa Weatherspoon and Kim Mullkey were honored with statues at Louisiana Tech.

Wilson, Thomas headline All-Defensive Teams

In the first year of positionless voting for the WNBA’s two All-Defensive Teams, bigs claimed the majority of spots, headlined by back-to-back Defensive Player of the Year A’ja Wilson and runner-up Alyssa Thomas.

A’ja Wilson wins second-straight DPOY

For the second-straight season, the Las Vegas Aces’ A’ja Wilson is your 2023 KIA WNBA Defensive Player of the Year.

Satou Sabally voted Most Improved Player

After averaging career highs across statistical categories, Satou Sabally was voted the 2023 KIA WNBA Most Improved Player.

Season Review: Indiana Fever

Despite missing the playoffs for the seventh-straight season, the Indiana Fever should exit the 2023 season with optimism, in large part because of the excellent debut season of Aliyah Boston.