July 31, 2019
After a shortened week of play, all eyes turned to Las Vegas for the WNBA
All-Star Game festivities. Many in and out of the host Aces organization had
been looking forward to the weekend since Vegas got the bid last July, and they
July 16, 2019
We have unofficially reached the halfway point of the 2019 WNBA regular season.
I say "unofficially" because while some teams have played 17 or more of their 34
games, others have not.
So, roughly halfway. And what have we learned? The players in this league
June 11, 2019
I say this often in my recaps, but it's true: the WNBA is more competitive than
ever, and that was seen yet again during the third week of play this season.
There were several games where reserve players outscored the starters which led
June 04, 2019
The first full week of the WNBA season has officially come and gone, and it's as
good of a time as any to be a fan if you're into basketball (or just good
people). There have been a few surprises and many close games as
May 21, 2019
We are just days away from the start of what looks to be another exciting season
in the WNBA. The league will look a bit different this year compared to years
past both on and off the court. First off, there’s a new woman
July 11, 2018
The second half of the WNBA regular season began with a big week of play that
saw several franchise and league records get broken. Four of those records have
one thing in common: openly queer women.
Let's begin our look back by visiting the home