Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and the U.S. women face four top college teams this month as part of a tour to help prepare for the Tokyo Games.
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In returning from injury, Kristi Toliver wasn't sure how she'd fit in with the Mystics. On Tuesday, she helped lead Washington back to the WNBA Finals.
She was the No. 1 pick, but Kelsey Plum could only cry. How could she live up to the hype? For starters, she had to stop worrying about scoring and pleasing everyone.
Elena Delle Donne and Emma Meesseman had dominated the semifinals. But 49 points from Liz Cambage and A'ja Wilson on Sunday forced the series to Game 4.
Aces coach Bill Laimbeer was displeased that his multiple requests for a timeout to set up a last shot against the Mystics went unacknowledged by the official.
Elena Delle Donne scored 24 points and hit a crucial turnaround jumper late, Emma Meesseman added a career postseason high 27 points, and the Washington Mystics held on for a 97-95 victory over the Las Vegas Aces in Game 1 of their WNBA semifinal...
Can Las Vegas stop Elena Delle Donne? Can L.A. steal a road game from Connecticut? Our roundtable breaks down the X factors in the WNBA semifinals.
Forward Dearica Hamby started the day winning the WNBA's Sixth Woman award. She finished it with a 3-pointer to put Las Vegas in the WNBA semis.
It's all-or-nothing Sunday when Los Angeles hosts Seattle and Las Vegas hosts Chicago in the second round of the WNBA playoffs.
The WNBA standout and Aces center is a burgeoning star, on the court and off. But to shine brightest, she had to learn to put her happiness first.
Before the WNBA's playoffs open Wednesday (ESPN2, 8 p.m. ET), ESPN's panel weighs in with predictions for how the 2019 postseason will unfold.
LaChina Robinson and Devereaux Peters analyze the Sparks & the Aces, who both have a first round bye, and discuss what each team needs to do to advance to the semifinals.
We know which eight teams are playoff-bound. But there's a lot left to be decided as we enter the final weekend of the WNBA regular season.
Former All-Star guard Epiphanny Prince has signed with the Las Vegas Aces for the remainder of the season. The Aces were looking for a veteran guard with postseason experience, and Prince has played in 19 WNBA playoff games.
From the moment they dealt for elite scorer Liz Cambage, the Las Vegas Aces became perhaps the WNBA's most compelling team.
The Aces stayed afloat when A'ja Wilson was injured, thanks to key contributors. With the 2018 Rookie of the Year back, their hopes are high.
A'ja Wilson returned from a nine-game absence to score 25 points off the bench, Liz Cambage had 23 points and 10 rebounds and the Las Vegas Aces beat the Chicago Sky 100-85 on Sunday night.
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