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.
Becky Hammon and the Aces brought small ball to the WNBA. Will other teams follow suit?
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.
When you think of the key players for the Sun, names like DeWanna Bonner, Jonquel Jones, and Alyssa Thomas come to mind, but it’s the guards who can swing this series Connecticut’s way.
Chelsea Gray has been on fire for weeks, and the Sun finally figured out a way to cool her off.
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.
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.
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.
Las Vegas had its lowest-scoring game of the season, but still pulled out its first Finals victory in franchise history.
Chelsea Gray has assumed the mantle of the best point guard alive, and she’s not stopping there.
The Connecticut Sun are back in the WNBA Finals, returning to the league’s ultimate stage for the first time since 2019 and the fourth time in franchise history. All it took to get there was a shocking, seemingly-impossible fourth-quarter comeback against the defending-champion Chicago Sky.
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.
The Chicago Sky were unable to match the Connecticut Sun’s physicality in Game 4 of the 2022 WNBA Semifinals, allowing a single-game record for points in the paint. The series will now shift back to Chicago for a winner-take-all Game 5.
The Seattle Storm played four close semifinal games against the Las Vegas Aces, but lost the series 3-1.
Sue Bird’s three with 1.8 seconds remaining put the Seattle Storm up two, but the Las Vegas Aces still won in overtime to go up 2-1 in the semifinal series.
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