Cappie Pondexter makes her return to the West, not in Phoenix purple but LA gold.
Minnesota’s veterans knew last season they let the title slip away — this season they secured the trophy.
Listen to this live breakdown of what happened in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals.
Listen to guest head coach walk us through important plays from Game 4 of the WNBA Finals.
The Lynx made the Sparks uncomfortable all night, how did they do it?
With their season on the line, the Lynx imposed their will on the boards and established their frontcourt en route to forcing a deciding Game 5 in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Lynx were not going to let the Los Angeles Sparks embarrass them two games in a row, forcing a Game 5 with a 80-69 whomping.
Listen to guest WNBA coach breakdown specific plays in Game 3 which helped LA win the game.
While Minnesota fights for survival, Los Angeles looks to clinch their fourth title at home.
In a critical Game 3, Los Angeles’ defense was a huge difference maker.
Listen to guest head coach breakdown key plays from Game 2 of the WNBA Finals.
In a needed win for Minnesota, MVP Sylvia Fowles owned the glass.
The Minnesota Lynx stormed out the locker room to prove a point, and prove it they did in a 70-68 Tuesday night win to even the series at one a piece.
The Sparks were up by 26 but then Minnesota roared back. However, LA relied on late-game heroics to win.
What offensive or defensive sets might be seen in the Finals that’ll be key for the teams?
Evenly matched on paper, what will be a major contributor in order for either team to win?
In the first Finals rematch since 2000, the Lynx and Sparks face off for a historic fourth title.
The defending champion, Los Angeles Sparks, talked all things preparation, mentality, and rivalry heading into Game 1.
Since winning its last title, Phoenix can’t advance past the semis, what happened this year?
Minnesota preyed on Washington’s declining stamina in the 81-70 victory to reach their sixth WNBA Finals in seven years.
In a physical and back and forth contest, Sylvia Fowles and Lindsay Whalen came up big.
Trailing by as many as eight points, a resilient Sparks team used a game-changing third quarter to turn things around and clinch a Game 1 win.
Despite a high amount of fouls called, the Sparks found a way to push through.
With three teams poised to tie the all-time mark for WNBA championships, we ask who is the greatest team of them all.
Early in the game, Connecticut was having its way – then Phoenix tilted the speed of the contest.
Typically reserves, Yvonne Turner and Leilani Mitchell as starters were huge in Phoenix’s win.
With intense defense & the will to rebound, Washington outlasted Dallas to keep its season going.
The post-season playoff field is set, which team will be the 2017 WNBA Champions?
A Los Angeles defense that scored 28 points off of 17 turnovers hands them a seven-game winning streak and 16-1 home record on the year.
Minnesota was clicking on both sides of the ball in order to clinch the No. 1 seed for the playoffs.
The Liberty are on roll as New York has now won 10 games in the row.
Washington secured the 5th seed in next week’s playoffs after holding off Seattle in OT.
Made a couple WNBA dashboards today, via Basketball-Reference.Possession-based stats for teams and comparing them to league-averages https://t.co/jkDb2IKtAZSame data but charted: https://t.co/dsXEp1UjPP— Matt Femrite (@FattMemrite) April 4, 2018
Made a couple WNBA dashboards today, via Basketball-Reference.Possession-based stats for teams and comparing them to league-averages https://t.co/jkDb2IKtAZSame data but charted: https://t.co/dsXEp1UjPP