WNBA Playoffs 2018
Plus, why Howard’s back-to-back championships are a tale of two seasons, highlights from the Seattle Storm’s victory parade and rally, links and more.
It is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 16 at 1 p.m. PT, with the destination point being KeyArena: the site of all the winning.
Let’s take a closer look at how the Seattle Storm won Game 3 of the 2018 WNBA Finals against the Washington Mystics.
Overcoming their fourth-quarter woes of late, the Storm defeated the Mystics 98-82 to complete the Finals sweep.
The Mystics have one last chance to assert themselves against the powerful Storm, or else the series — and the 2018 WNBA season — will end tonight.
The Mystics played much better in Game 2 against the Storm but were unable to sneak out with a victory on Sunday.
The Seattle Storm and Washington Mystics put on a show in a thriller of a Sunday matinee, with the Storm getting the 75-73 victory and a 2-0 series lead.
The 2018 WNBA Finals is a battle between Team ‘Masked Legend’ (Sue Bird/Seattle Storm) and Team ‘Iron Knee’ (Elena Delle Donne/Washington Mystics).
The Seattle Storm lead the Washington Mystics (1-0) heading into Game 2 of the WNBA Finals.
Hot shooting from Jewell Loyd and other Seattle players, plus a ton of turnovers by the Washington Mystics, got the Storm the blowout win.
Ariel Atkins and Jordin Canada have thrilled basketball fans this playoffs with lightening-quick speed, gritty defense and exciting offensive execution. This is today in women’s basketball for Friday, Sept. 7, 2018!
After a gritty semifinals, you won’t want to miss the Finals. Let the showdown begin!
WNBA Finals 2018: Breaking down the Storm and Mystics as they prepare to battle for the WNBA Championship
Let’s break down the storylines the Seattle Storm and Washington Mystics have heading into the Finals!
The teams that won Game 5 to advance to the WNBA Finals feature superstars sporting menacing accessories.
Here’s what a deep WNBA postseason run may mean for the WNBA superstars who moonlight in the Team USA talent pool. This is today in women’s basketball for Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018!
The teams will meet in the WNBA Finals beginning Friday in Seattle, but in the meantime, here’s how they got there.
The Mystics beat the Dream 86-81 and the Storm beat the Mercury 94-84 to advance to the WNBA Finals in dramatic fashion.
The winner of these crucial Game 5s of the semifinal round will advance to the WNBA Finals! Thus, no team in either series wants to lose.
Letting the league MVP go at the height of the playoffs might be considered a rash move, but after what Stewart did on Sunday, it’s the only option the Storm have left.
The Mystics and Mercury won Game 4 of their semifinals series to keep their seasons alive. Here are some takeaways from their games.
The Storm led by as much as 17, but couldn’t close it out against Phoenix’s Big 3 in the 86-84 thriller. Brittney Griner scored 29 points with 12 rebounds in an unforgettable performance.
Between the Mystics missing Elena Delle Donne, the Dream still recovering from losing Angel McCoughtry and the Mercury battling to get back into the series, resiliency is the name of the game.
DeWanna Bonner and Yvonne Turner lead Phoenix to an 86-66 victory with their backs against the wall.
The Atlanta Dream got the 81-76 Game 3 win over the Washington Mystics behind a double-double from Tiffany Hayes. The teams battle again in this best-of-five series on Sunday.
A review of the Mercury’s behind-the-scenes docuseries ‘The Chase’ provides plenty of information about the team’s struggles and what they must do to make it a series against the Storm.
The lower-seeded teams will play host Friday night, but will home-court advantage help either of them as much as they need it to?
Elena Delle Donne is listed as questionable for Game 3 of the Mystics’ WNBA semifinals series against the Dream. We take a look at which players will have to step up.
Analysis: Dream evened series with Mystics, Storm pushed Mercury to the brink in Game 2 semifinals series
Can momentum shifts from Tuesday help Seattle seal the deal against Phoenix — and Atlanta get an edge against Washington — on Friday, in Game 3?
The Dream beat the Mystics 78-75, while the Storm survived overtime against the Mercury, winning 91-87. Both series will take a two-day travel break before resuming action Friday.