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Looking back on the 2020 WNBA Finals

No Las Vegas Aces fan wants to hear about Breanna Stewart’s 37 points in Game 1 of the 2020 Finals right now, but we looked back to see what’s fueling the Aces this time around.

New book ‘Inaugural Ballers’ tells story of first U.S. women’s Olympic basketball team (1976)

Hear from New York Times bestselling author Andrew Maraniss about the fascinating journey he went on to tell the story of Pat Summitt, Lusia Harris, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Nancy Lieberman and many other influential figures in women’s basketball.

The Engine seeks the championship that has eluded her since college

Last year, Cat Arial looked at Skylar Diggins-Smith’s quest to win a first championship in the NCAA or WNBA. This year we take a look at Alyssa Thomas.

Thomas’ epic final two minutes to no avail, but Sun remain optimistic

We’d be talking about Alyssa Thomas non-stop if the Connecticut Sun had pulled out a win in Game 1 of the 2022 WNBA Finals.

Whalen, Cash, Stanley and Grentz inducted into Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame

A look at Lindsay Whalen, Swin Cash, Marianne Stanley and Theresa Shank Grentz’s speeches.

Hoops Passport: New York City episode is out on SI’s YouTube channel

Dive into the world of New York City basketball with Sports Illustrated’s new YouTube show Hoops Passport.

Hoops Passport: Washington, D.C. episode is out on SI’s YouTube channel

Dive into the world of Washington, D.C. basketball with Sports Illustrated’s new YouTube show Hoops Passport.

Sue Bird: As familiar a face as the WBB world has ever known

She’s one of the greatest to ever play the game and if you follow women’s basketball, you feel like you know Sue Bird. Because of her winning, her personality, her eloquence and the way the WNBA has marketed her, she leaves behind a legacy that may not be No. 1 on the court, but is just as famous as Diana Taurasi’s.

A’ja Wilson is the 2022 WNBA Most Valuable Player

A’ja Wilson is now one of seven players in WNBA history with multiple MVP awards.

Bird’s career comes to a close as Stewart’s 42 points not enough in Game 4

The Seattle Storm played four close semifinal games against the Las Vegas Aces, but lost the series 3-1.