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New York went 2-1 against Washington in the regular season. And though the Liberty are the favorite and ride a 10-game win streak into the second round, they should expect to face a much stronger Mystics offense with Elena Delle Donne on court.. . . Read More
Washington Mystics upset New York Liberty, Phoenix Mercury eliminate Connecticut Sun in WNBA
New York had won 10 straight. Connecticut had kept proving critics wrong. But the WNBA's third and fourth seeds are out of the playoffs are getting upset at home Sunday. Now Washington and Phoenix advance to the semis.. . . Read More
Connecticut Sun General Manager Curt Miller has been named the 2017 WNBA Basketball Executive of the Year, the WNBA announced today. Miller, who also serves as the Sun’s head coach, is the inaugural recipient of the award. Miller totaled 40 points and received six of 12 first-place. . . Read More
Ann Rodriguez ’99 has been a fan of the WNBA since its beginning, attending her first New York Liberty game as an undergrad in 1997, the league’s first season.. . . Read More
The WNBA playoffs are set to begin on Wednesday night with the bottom-four seeds of the eight-team tournament playing in single-elimination games. If that seems strange to you, it’s because the WNBA has a new playoff format is only two years old. With the success of the 2016 playoffs, fans should b. . . Read More
With leading scorer Angel McCoughtry deciding to sit out this season to rest, Atlanta struggled to a 12-22 mark that included a nine-game losing streak in July and August. It was the Dream's worst showing since a 4-30 record in their inaugural season as an expansion team.. . . Read More
Sun’s Miller is WNBA coach of the year; Jones wins most improved award
At the beginning of the 2017 WNBA season, little was expected of the Connecticut Sun after four consecutive losing seasons. Chiney Ogwumike, the WNBA’s 2014 rookie of the year, was suspended for the season recovering from an Achilles injury suffered in China in the offseason.. . . Read More
The WNBA has announced the site for its 2018 All-Star Game, which will be staged at the Minnesota Lynx‘s Target Center. The game is scheduled for Saturday, July 28. This marks the first time the Twin Cities and the Lynx, which has appeared in the WNBA Finals in five of the last six seasons, will h. . . Read More



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