In such a short season, teams need unexpected stars to have some big moments. Who has stepped up the most? And how did the Fever jump from last place to seventh?
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Las Vegas guard Lindsay Allen was ruled out of Friday's game with Phoenix after she had an inconclusive positive result on a COVID-19 test, but returned Sunday after testing negative twice.
Aces forward Angel McCoughtry talks about what went into her decision to go to Las Vegas, her role with the team, her contribution to having Breonna Taylor’s name amplified in the league’s social justice plan and so much more.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby reflect on the WNBA's opening weekend and welcome in Sparks G Seimone Augustus and Aces F Angel McCoughtry. Both discuss their hot start to the season, beginning a new chapter of their careers on a new team and much more.
Seattle, Los Angeles and Washington stayed 1-2-3 at the top, but Atlanta jumped four spots, and Chicago and Minnesota each moved up three.
The Silver & Black and Sin City seem like an ideal match, as Vegas sports icons past and present are ecstatic about having the Raiders.
Aces forward/guard Angel McCoughtry had 25 points and eight rebounds Sunday in her first WNBA game in nearly two years following her recovery from an ACL tear.
— Kahleah Copper scored 18 points, Allie Quigley hit a 3-pointer with 14.7 seconds to play, and the Chicago Sky scored the final 11 points to beat the Las Vegas Aces 88-86 on Sunday in the season opener for both teams.
"Amplifying our voices in the bubble" for social justice was "non-negotiable" for Nneka Ogwumike and many others when deciding whether to play this season.
The Storm are the unanimous preseason favorite, while Seattle's Breanna Stewart and Phoenix's Brittney Griner split the preseason MVP vote.
Aces forward Dearica Hamby joins Around the Rim to share updates Bradenton, Fla . She gives insight into being in the WNBA bubble with her daughter Amaya and how Amaya motivates her to play harder. Plus, she weighs in on game preparation, the outlook of Las Vegas without Liz Cambage, the addition of Angel McCoughtry and more.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby take a glance inside the Florida bubbles with Boston Celtics VP of Player Development and Organization Growth Allison Feaster in Orlando and Las Vegas Aces forward Dearica Hamby in Bradenton. Both guest explain the process, the practice structure, game preparation and so much more!
Tug of war was once an Olympic event. It's been 100 years since those glory days. If it were to come back, here are the would-be tuggers we'd want on the rope.
Using past player stats and current rosters, we project the records of all 12 WNBA teams. One WNBA Finals team is expected to be back near the top.
Liz Cambage, 28, a center with the Las Vegas Aces, received a medical exemption for the WNBA 2020 season, her coach, Bill Laimbeer, confirmed Wednesday, meaning she will receive her full salary.
The WNBA is a veteran-led league, but there's a lot of young talent. Breanna Stewart, A'ja Wilson and Diamond DeShields lead the way.
Should Seattle, Los Angeles and Phoenix be considered title contenders? We predict how far all 12 WNBA teams go in 2020.
Which teams are title contenders? How have the Sparks moved on from 2019's playoff implosion? Which team is hurt most by no home-court advantage?
Longtime Dream star Angel Mccoughtry says her former team's owner is playing politics with a human rights issue.
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