After helping USA Basketball win two Olympic gold medals, Lindsay Whalen has retired from international ball. What does that mean for Team USA's backcourt, and which guards might be poised to make the roster for this fall's World Cup?
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Brittney Griner on a snowboard? Skylar Diggins-Smith as a curler? Elena Delle Donne in a bobsled? What Winter Games events do the members of the USA Basketball women's national team player pool fantasize about pursuing? Diana Taurasi is all about hockey.
Diana Taurasi is back for one more run at a world championship and potentially the 2020 Tokyo Olympics if she can stay healthy, saying she is "more driven than ever."
Diana Taurasi is taking a sabbatical as she battles injuries, ending her season with Russian club UMMC Ekaterinburg early.
Eleven members of the 2016 Olympic team that won a sixth consecutive gold medal for the Americans are in the pool of 29 players that was announced Thursday.
WNBA players Emma Cannon and Brionna Jones have been denied visas for entry into Turkey with their Russian team this week, fallout from a diplomatic dispute between the United States and Turkey.
WNBA coach of the year Curt Miller has received a contract extension from the Connecticut Sun.
It's no surprise that Los Angeles and Minnesota will meet for the second consecutive season in the WNBA Finals. But that doesn't mean both teams didn't have to work really hard to get here.
Candace Parker's driving layup with 2.9 seconds to play gave the Los Angeles Sparks an 89-87 win and three-game sweep of the Phoenix Mercury in the WNBA semifinals Sunday.
With all she has overcome this summer, Phoenix center Brittney Griner relishes the challenge of trying to come back against the Sparks, who are looking to sweep the Mercury out of the playoffs Sunday (ESPN, 5 ET).
Despite suffering an ankle injury two days before, Candace Parker was a threat all over the court Thursday. The Sparks star set the tone from the opening tip and finished with 24 points, 13 rebounds and six assists as L.A. took a 2-0 lead over Phoenix.
Candace Parker had 24 points and 13 rebounds -- showing no effects of an ankle injury -- to help the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Phoenix Mercury 86-72 on Thursday night in Game 2 of the WNBA semifinal series.
This time last year, Yvonne Turner wondered if she'd ever get a chance in the WNBA, and veteran Leilani Mitchell just wasn't sure where she'd be. But both guards are now starting for Phoenix this postseason.
Nneka Ogwumike scored 19 points to lead five starters in double figures, and the Los Angeles Sparks opened defense of their WNBA championship with a 79-66 victory over the Phoenix Mercury on Tuesday night in Game 1 of the semifinals.
While all five Los Angeles starters scored in double figures, Phoenix's Diana Taurasi struggled and Brittney Griner fouled out, and the Mercury trail the Sparks 1-0. Yet Tuesday's semifinal was still a close game in the final minutes.