Caissa Casarez
Proud to be The Victory Press's first WNBA writer. Also: UW alum, avid women's sports fan, low alto. Aunt of three basketball-loving boys.

WNBA Season Recap: A Big Busy Year

If there's one thing people will remember from the 2018 WNBA season that was, it might be simply the sheer talent put on display over the summer. While the players and teams had a condensed schedule – due to the FIBA Women's World Cup happening right now – they made up for

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Storming to the End: Why The Finals Prove There's Parity in the WNBA Despite a Sweep

Another WNBA season is officially in the books. The Seattle Storm swept the Washington Mystics earlier this week in the WNBA Finals to win their first league title since 2010, their third overall. Seattle won the first three games of the best-of-five series for the first Finals sweep since 2014

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WNBA Notebook: It's Finals Time

The condensed yet action-packed WNBA season will soon be coming to a close – but not before what looks to be an amazing set of Finals games. The Seattle Storm will take on the Washington Mystics in the best-of-five series that tips off on Friday, September 7.

How did we get

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WNBA Notebook: Lots of Stories, Lots of Feelings

It has been a very busy week for the WNBA. The semifinals of the playoffs began, officially cutting the number of teams vying for a title in half. A legend in the league played the last game of her career. End-of-season awards were handed out, and the 2019 WNBA Draft

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WNBA Playoffs Preview: Anyone's Game

With the condensed regular season in the rear-view mirror, the focus now turns to the WNBA Playoffs. And if it's anything like the slate of games that just ended over the weekend, fans new and old will be in for a treat.

The Seattle Storm and the Atlanta Dream clinched

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