The WNBA All-Star Game has come and gone. Good times were had by all.
But now the fun begins.
The league's regular season ends in less than two weeks, which means that every game in the condensed schedule is that much more important for the teams regardless of their standing.
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 of the 2018 All-Star Game
This WNBA season is flying by; we're already at or past the halfway point of the 34-game slate. Fortunately for fans, there has been no shortage of action across the league. Unfortunately for fans, all of the action may make it hard to decide who becomes an All-Star this year.
The women's basketball community is strong. The people and teams in it stand with each other through the good, the bad, and everything in between. The bond was seen -- and felt -- in a big way last week following the passing of Anne Donovan. A former standout player-turned-standout coach,