By Tyler Berry The Seattle Storm are your 2018 WNBA champions. Through 42 regular season and postseason games, the Storm showed that it takes consistency on both ends of the…
By Erik Beck I remember the moment when I first figured out that Natasha Howard was going to be a great player. The moment occurred during the second home game…
In last year’s showdown, it was the Mercury who came out on top with an 88-83 road win to advance to the semifinals. This year, the Sun are looking to avenge that loss with a very different result.
By Patrick Ralph
One of the keys for the Mercury coming into this game was their ability to knock down shots, especially from behind the three-point line.
By Pat Ralph
With a 75-68 loss to the Los Angeles Sparks in a first-round single-elimination matchup, veteran guard Lindsay Whalen officially played her last game in a Lynx uniform.
By Tyler Berry
Cambage held on to her teammate just as tight, crying as well. In the background of this embrace was a banner showing the team slogan; Rise Together.
By Dorothy J. Gentry
Taking a look at the numbers, this has been Breland’s best season in total rebounds per game, blocks per game, assists per game and steals per game since her 2014 All-Star season with the Chicago Sky
By Jameelah Johnson
By Brady Klopfer At some level, we all saw this coming. The Los Angeles Sparks and Minnesota Lynx simply had to meet again, right? They met in the drama-filled…
By Patrick Ralph The 2018 WNBA season opened this past May in Phoenix with a matchup between the Dallas Wings and Phoenix Mercury. Now, fast forward three months, and…
The Storm have earned a nice break via a playoff double-bye. With no games until August 26, the Storm have a great opportunity to get in a little rest and rehab while the organization waits to find out it’s semifinals opponent. This break also gives us an opportunity to look back at some of the highlights of the 2018 regular season. So, let’s do just that.