Get the dates, news coverage, analysis, scores, TV schedule and results for the 2020 WNBA playoffs.
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LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby welcome in WNBA writer Chantel Jennings of The Athletic. Together, they breakdown the early stages of the WNBA semifinals, discuss adjustments each team needs to win and predict the two teams who'll be left standing in the end! Plus, the trio weighs in on the recent league award winners and more.
Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker was named WNBA defensive player of the year on Thursday.
DeWanna Bonner scored 17 points with 13 rebounds and the seventh-seeded Connecticut Sun eliminated the third-seeded Los Angeles Sparks 73-59 on Thursday night.
From player exclusives to sneakers featuring social justice messages and Kobe tributes, WNBA stars wore powerful pairs all season.
Connecticut dominated the paint Tuesday but has an even tougher task ahead against Candace Parker and L.A., while Minnesota tries to slow down Skylar Diggins-Smith and Diana Taurasi.
Las Vegas' A'ja Wilson might be the MVP favorite, but do Breanna Stewart and the Seattle Storm have the edge over the Aces this postseason?
Terrika Foster-Brasby welcomes guest hosts Christy Winters-Scott and Lisa Byington to prepare for the WNBA postseason. WNBA Champion Jantel Lavender and 2x WNBA Champion Kristi Toliver join the show to weigh in with their playoff previews including dangerous teams, rookie of the year candidates, possible Finals matchups and more. Plus, Debbie Antonelli stops by to announce the winners of the "Antonelli Awards!"
A'ja Wilson or Breanna Stewart for MVP? Can anyone challenge Crystal Dangerfield as Rookie of the Year? We hand out some hardware.
Sunday's WNBA regular-season finales will decide the eighth and final playoff team and whether Seattle or Las Vegas is the No. 1 seed.
The Las Vegas Aces beat the Los Angeles Sparks 84-70 on Saturday to clinch a top-two finish and a double-bye into the playoff semifinals.
They've balled out in the WNBA bubble. And now these 15 players have landed on our WNBA first and second teams and all-rookie squad.
— Myisha Hines-Allen scored 30 points and the Washington Mystics beat the Los Angeles Sparks 80-72 on Thursday night.
Nneka Ogwumike had 20 points, eight rebounds and five assists, Riquna Williams also scored 20 points and the Los Angeles Sparks beat the New York Liberty 96-70 on Tuesday night.
We have a massive food debate about which condiment goes best with wings.
Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike returned to the lineup Sunday and said she thinks stress had a lot to do with her back locking up recently.
The standings shaped up as expected, but who knew that Brittney Griner's exit would bring out the best in Phoenix, or that the Lynx would thrive without Sylvia Fowles?
Candace Parker scored 24 points with 15 rebounds and Chelsea Gray added 20 with seven assists to help Los Angeles beat Chicago 86-80 on Sunday night.
After Nneka Ogwumike missed the past three games due to back issues, the Los Angeles Sparks list the forward as probably for Sunday's game against the Chicago Sky.
Jewell Loyd made a 3-pointer off an inbounds pass with 0.8 seconds left to give the WNBA-leading Seattle Storm a 90-89 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks on Friday night.
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