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WNBA Offseason: Los Angeles Sparks

The Los Angeles Sparks had a less-than-ideal season, but they now have to look ahead and see how they can have a successful 2023 campaign.

Mulkey’s lack of comment on BG speaks volumes

Recently asked to share her thoughts about Brittney Griner, LSU head coach Kim Mulkey resisted, refusing to offer a comment that expressed sympathy for the best player that she has ever coached. Does Mulkey deserve the benefit of the doubt for her decision to demur?

WNBA Offseason: Indiana Fever

There are some things the Fever can clean up with the players they already have. Free agency is likely going to be difficult though.

Triple Threat Podcast: 22 in ‘22

A’ja Wilson, No. 22, won the WNBA championship in 2022 and the Bonnet Gang is here to celebrate. Love for Wilson, Becky Hammon, Dearica Hamby and Chelsea Gray. Criticism for the Sun, Derek Fisher and Tina Charles.

This Week in Women’s Basketball: Robert Sarver will sell Phoenix Mercury and Suns

Robert Sarver has felt the pressure and has decided to give up the teams.

Get your Aces championship gear from breakingT!

The Las Vegas Aces are WNBA champions! Celebrate with awesome shirts from breakingT.

Interview: Diamond DeShields’ forward thinking keeps out negativity

The fifth-year pro is destined for greatness.

What the Dream can learn from the Aces

In my final Swish Appeal article, it’s only fitting that I would talk about the Las Vegas Aces’ championship and what my team, the Atlanta Dream, can pick up from how that team was built.

Becky Hammon’s path to becoming Aces head coach

Becky Hammon was named Aces head coach in December of 2021 and has quickly accomplished every feat imaginable in the W. This fairy tale season was years in the making.

The 2022 WNBA season highlighted the player-to-coach pipeline

Becky Hammon was the crown jewel of a rookie head coaching class that included multiple former players, ideally signaling a shift in WNBA hiring practices.

Connecticut Sun 2022 season recap

Despite another deep playoff run ending in disappointment, the Connecticut Sun’s 2022 season should not be categorized as a failure. Nevertheless, changes are coming.

The feel-good story of A’ja Wilson getting the monkey off her back

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.

Dallas Wings decline to retain Vickie Johnson

The Wings have moved on from Johnson after two years in Dallas.

Sun fail to force a Game 5 despite second consecutive triple-double from AT

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.

How the Sun guards are the key to winning the Finals

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.

Atlanta Dream Offseason Notebook: Free agency, draft, overseas

The Atlanta Dream have a lot to look forward to this offseason as it pertains to their players’ actions and moves that they might try and make.

Taking a look at the Finals MVP race

Can Chelsea Gray overtake A’ja Wilson on the Aces side? Can anyone overtake Alyssa Thomas on the Sun side?

Taking a look at the 2022 All-WNBA teams

Kelsey Plum, Skylar Diggins-Smith and Candace Parker joined A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart on the First Team.

Sun survive, thrive in Game 3

In Game 3 of the WNBA Finals, the Connecticut Sun not only avoided a sweep at the hands of the Las Vegas Aces but also turned in a statement performance, highlighted by a history-making triple-double from Alyssa Thomas.

WNBA Finals Game 3 preview

The Las Vegas Aces are just one victory away from their first-ever WNBA championship as their stars continue to show out. Down two games to none, the Connecticut Sun have some work to do as they head home to host Game 3.

Ridiculously efficient shooting inside arc for Aces dooms Sun

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.

Looking back on the 2020 WNBA Finals

No Las Vegas Aces fan wants to hear about Breanna Stewart’s 37 points in Game 1 of the 2020 Finals right now, but we looked back to see what’s fueling the Aces this time around.

New book ‘Inaugural Ballers’ tells story of first U.S. women’s Olympic basketball team (1976)

Hear from New York Times bestselling author Andrew Maraniss about the fascinating journey he went on to tell the story of Pat Summitt, Lusia Harris, Ann Meyers Drysdale, Nancy Lieberman and many other influential figures in women’s basketball.

An Aces title would signal a new era

With an Aces championship, Las Vegas could become the epicenter of women’s professional basketball.

The Engine seeks the championship that has eluded her since college

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.

Thomas’ epic final two minutes to no avail, but Sun remain optimistic

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.

Whalen, Cash, Stanley and Grentz inducted into Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame

A look at Lindsay Whalen, Swin Cash, Marianne Stanley and Theresa Shank Grentz’s speeches.

Revisiting Preseason Predictions

With the 2022 WNBA Finals set to begin today, I decided to look back on the predictions that I made before the season began.

The Sun are back in the WNBA Finals

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.

Sky’s repeat bid ends at semifinal stage

The Chicago Sky lost the fourth quarter 24-5 and failed to move on to the WNBA Finals.

Sun have forced a Game 5 in Chicago

DeWanna Bonner led the Connecticut Sun to victory when they were on the brink of elimination to even their semifinal series against the Chicago Sky.

Sue Bird: As familiar a face as the WBB world has ever known

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.