The two remaining undefeated clubs in EuroLeague Women—Fenerbahçe Alagöz Holding and DVTK HUN-Therm—will meet in Week 7 of group play. Meanwhile, Çukurova Basketbol Mersin and ZVVZ USK Praha will play for the top spot in the Group B standings.
Candace Parker provides clarity about her WNBA future, while confusion persists about a second WNBA expansion team. Questions also are raised about the NCAA’s release of an independent review of the officiating of the 2023 national championship game.
You already know about the nation’s biggest names: Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, Paige Bueckers and so on. There’s a lot more depth in the 2024 WNBA Draft class than just those oft-mentioned players, though. Let’s discuss some players who could use the 2023-24 NCAAW season to better their chances of going pro.
While the 2024 WNBA Draft Lottery is scheduled for December 10, the league’s expansion to Portland is no longer on schedule. However, the W did ink a new venture, partnering with Kim Kardashian and Skims.
Notable announcements—the preseason All-America team, Overtime Select and the Seasonlong WNBA Cares Community Assist Award—highlight this week’s women’s basketball news. We also remember the life of Tasha Butts.
The Chicago Sky’s Elizabeth Williams is the winner of the 2023 Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award.
For most of the 2023 WNBA playoffs, the Las Vegas Aces were the same offensive juggernaut that set records in the regular season. When the going got tough, however, they were able to rely on their tried-and-true defensive concepts, as well as superstar A’ja Wilson, to finish the job.
Amidst much positive progress for the WNBA and women’s basketball at large, the Phoenix Mercury’s head coaching hire hits like a speed bump. Here’s more on the Mercury’s decision and other women’s hoops news.
Unsurprisingly, Most Valuable Player Breanna Stewart, Defensive Player of the Year A’ja Wilson and MVP and DPOY runner-up Alyssa Thomas headline the 2023 All-WNBA Teams with unanimous First Team selections.
With their backs to the wall, Jonquel Jones helped the New York Liberty stave off elimination with a Game 3 victory over the Las Vegas Aces.
Teresa Weatherspoon grabs this week’s top women’s hoops headline, as the Hall of Famer will be returning to the WNBA as head coach of the Chicago Sky.
In an 0-2 hole, New York must win on Sunday to save their season. Here’s three things that need to change for the Liberty to retain a chance at the franchise’s first championship.
Game 2 will give the defending champions Las Vegas Aces a chance to put the series out of a reach for the New York Liberty.
The coach of Iowa devised a strategy for her team to compete in an open-air match at Kinnick Stadium, aiming to break the record for the highest attendance at a single women's basketball game. Duri...Happy Thanksgiving Images 2023