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World Cup semifinal recaps: Team USA cruises past Canada

A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart led the way for Team USA in a blowout win over Canada, while China needed some late-game heroics from Siyu Wang and a dominant performance from Xu Han to advance.

Triple Threat Podcast: 22 in ‘22

A’ja Wilson, No. 22, won the WNBA championship in 2022 and the Bonnet Gang is here to celebrate. Love for Wilson, Becky Hammon, Dearica Hamby and Chelsea Gray. Criticism for the Sun, Derek Fisher and Tina Charles.

World Cup Gameday 5 recaps

Kelsey Plum and Chelsea Gray starred for the Americans in a rout of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Here are recaps of all six games from the final day of group play in Sydney.

Taking a look at the 2022 ESPN Hoop Gurlz Top 10

No. 1 recruit Lauren Betts will be an intimidating player at Stanford, but Kiki Rice (UCLA), Janiah Barker (Texas A&M) and others bring a lot to the next level too.

Get your Aces championship gear from breakingT!

The Las Vegas Aces are WNBA champions! Celebrate with awesome shirts from breakingT.

The feel-good story of A’ja Wilson getting the monkey off her back

With how close the Las Vegas Aces came to winning it all in each of the past three seasons and with all the high expectations A’ja Wilson has placed on herself, it seems like a huge sigh of relief for her now that she has won her first WNBA championship, even though she's only 26.

Sun fail to force a Game 5 despite second consecutive triple-double from AT

There have only been 20 triple-doubles in WNBA history and Alyssa Thomas accomplished the feat it back-to-back games. She has the last four triple-doubles by anyone in the league. But the Sun’s jumbo lineup couldn't deliver a win in Game 4.

Taking a look at the Finals MVP race

Can Chelsea Gray overtake A’ja Wilson on the Aces side? Can anyone overtake Alyssa Thomas on the Sun side?

Taking a look at the 2022 All-WNBA teams

Kelsey Plum, Skylar Diggins-Smith and Candace Parker joined A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart on the First Team.

Ridiculously efficient shooting inside arc for Aces dooms Sun

A’ja Wilson, Chelsea Gray and Kelsey Plum combined to shoot 79.3 percent inside the arc and the Connecticut Sun did not have the offensive firepower to match them.