Jun 18, 2019, 11:00am EDT
August 21, 2019
What is an "advanced box score," anyway? Here’s how to find all the data you could possibly think of from any individual game using WNBA Stats, including WNBA season superlatives for both teams and players.
August 15, 2019
At long last, we can finally look up WNBA data on player lineups. Let’s use this new feature to evaluate the Chicago Sky’s options in the wake of Jantel Lavender’s season-ending injury.
August 7, 2019
WNBA Stats now allows us to look at specific shot distances for both teams and players and organize it by volume, percentage and other filters. It also provides us with several interesting ways to visualize all this data.
July 30, 2019
Navigating WNBA.com’s new stats page: Relive each of Erica Wheeler’s MVP-worthy All-Star Game buckets
WNBA Stats has been upgraded! Sortable video is now available for the entire 2019 season. Here are a few ways to use this powerful new feature.
July 23, 2019
Six players will make their All-Star debuts this weekend. Let’s use WNBA.com’s stats page to review each player’s credentials.
July 9, 2019
One exciting new feature of WNBA Stats is the ability to measure how teams perform when individual players are on or off the court. This week, we’ll look at how to do this and use the data to find players who may be flying under the radar in terms of contributing to their teams’ successes.
July 2, 2019
No, you’re not crazy. WNBA scores are lower than they have been in years past. Let’s look at some historical data to see if we can find out why that is.
June 25, 2019
Winners of three straight, the Washington Mystics are the WNBA’s hottest team. Here, we’ll use WNBA stats to get a better idea of just how good Washington has been.
June 18, 2019
The WNBA website’s stats page has been overhauled, giving us access to tons of new facts and figures. Here’s a quick overview of what’s now available as well as why it’s a big deal.