WNBA Off-Season Questions: Brittney Griner, Breanna Stewart, Prioritization & More

The 2022 WNBA season is somewhat only a week in rearview, and six finalists — Aja Wilson, Kelsey Bloom, Chelsea Gray, Alyssa Thomas, Breona Jones, plus Sun coach Kurt Miller — have already moved on to playing basketball in the States United States of America. The ongoing FIBA ​​World Cup in Australia. but while Title … Read more

Las Vegas Ice Trio, Brianna Stewart Top USA Basketball Team at FIBA ​​World Cup

September 19, 2022 Alexa FilippoESPN Close Covering women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered by Hartford Courant’s UConn and WNBA Connecticut Sun Stanford University graduate based in Baltimore with additional experience with the Dallas Morning News, Seattle Times and the Cincinnati Inquirer Sydney – WNBA Champions 2022 Aja WilsonAnd the Chelsea Gray And the … Read more

In light of Britney Grenier’s legal status, WNBA players skip Russia in the off-season

Sydney – Britney GreinerHighly publicized legal troubles in Russia and the country’s invasion of Ukraine made the WNBA’s top players choose to move their talents elsewhere out of the season. Over the past few decades, Russia has been the preferred destination for WNBA players to compete due to high salaries that can exceed $1 million … Read more

Former Opal Tully Bevilacqua takes basketball to new heights in New Zealand

One of Australian basketball’s greats helped develop the women’s game in New Zealand, making her mark as head coach. Basketball champion Tully Bevilacoa has just exited her first season to take the reins at Burland Bokai in the new-look 2022 New Zealand Women’s Basketball League, called Tawehi Basketball Aotearoa. “Watch this space” when it comes … Read more

Robert Sarver says he started the process of selling the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, and the NBA’s Mercury Phoenix.

Owner Robert Sarver announced Wednesday that he has begun the process of selling both the Phoenix Suns of the NBA and WNBA Phoenix Mercury privileges. “As a man of faith, I believe in atonement and the path to forgiveness,” Sarver said in a statement Wednesday. “I was expecting the commissioner’s one-year suspension to allow me … Read more

WNBA Future Power Rankings: Predict the best and worst perks

9:00 a.m. ET Kevin Bilton Close ESPN Senior Writer Co-Author, Pro Basketball Bulletin Series He was a former advisor to the Indiana Pacers WARP and . classification have been developed Schwinn System MA Voepel Close ESPN.com Covers MA Voepel WNBA, women’s basketball and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, … Read more

WNBA Players Skip Russia Amid Britney Grenier Troubles, Ukraine War

Britney Grenier Highly publicized legal problems in Russia And the country’s invasion of Ukraine made the top WNBA players choose to move their talents elsewhere out of the season. Over the past few decades, Russia has been a favorite off-season destination WNBA players compete due to high salaries that can exceed a million dollars The … Read more

The Las Vegas Aces won their first WNBA title, defeating the Connecticut Sun in Game 4 of Finals; Chelsea Gray was named Player of the Year

6:36 PM ET MA VoepelESPN.com Close Covers MA Voepel WNBA, women’s basketball and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. UNCASVILLE, Connecticut – Almost a year ago, Las Vegas Aces He suffered an end-of-season loss that burned inside them throughout the winter months … Read more

Sue Bird, Gno Orima, Don Staley and others praise ESPN’s MA Voepel before receiving HOF award

September 9, 2022 Melanie JacksonESPN.com Close Melanie Jackson is Senior Editor at ESPN.com. Pick any Women’s Quartet Final since 1993. Or almost every WNBA Final in history. From chronicling how UConn and Tennessee turned out to be the biggest women’s college basketball competition to capture the evolution of the WNBA, ESPN reporter MA Voepel has … Read more

Historic Alyssa Thomas ‘Brilliant’ Trilogy Keeps Sun Alive vs. Las Vegas

1:26 a.m. ET MA VoepelESPN.com Close Covers MA Voepel WNBA, women’s basketball and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. UNCASVILLE, Conn. – With their backs on the wall (again) in the WNBA playoffs, Connecticut Sun Other equipment found. The path led the … Read more