It's the 25th anniversary season of the WNBA, and from the original players who helped start the league to playoff-bound stars, we name the best 25.
After finishing with just two victories last season, the Liberty are back in the WNBA playoffs for the first time since 2017 because the Sparks and Mystics both lost on Sunday.
— Arike Ogunbowale scored 20 points and the Dallas Wings closed the WNBA regular season on Sunday with an 87-84 win over Los Angeles, which kept the Sparks out of the playoffs, giving the No. 8 seed to the New York Liberty.
Friday's games finalized which four teams have byes in the playoffs. Here's the latest on which seeds are set and what's still up in the air.
— Brittney Sykes scored 17 points, Nneka Ogwumike had 15 points and 10 rebounds and the Los Angeles Sparks beat the Atlanta Dream 74-68 on Thursday night to keep their playoff hopes alive.
The Connecticut forward is our unanimous pick for MVP. But her teammates and coach also make the Sun the favorite for three other major awards.
It's chaos in the WNBA as teams attempt to upset others and claim the last playoff spot in the final week of the regular season.
— Te'a Cooper scored 19 points, Nneka Ogwumike and Erica Wheeler added 17 points apiece, and the Los Angeles Sparks routed the Seattle Storm 81-53 on Sunday night to keep their playoff hopes alive.
With a week to go in the regular season, which teams could clash in the WNBA Finals? And which squads have the inside track on earning playoff byes?
— Jonquel Jones had 21 points and 14 rebounds, and the Connecticut Sun beat the Los Angeles Sparks 75-57 on Thursday night to secure a double bye to the semifinals of the WNBA playoffs.
It's too soon to call it the worst draft class in WNBA history. But so far, April's class has been underwhelming and struggled to make its mark.
Open playoff spots are running out, as we name each team's MVP and impact makers
Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi are among 10 current players to be named to "The W25," a collection of the 25 greatest and most influential players in WNBA history, which was announced by the league on Sunday.
— Kayla McBride scored 17 points, Sylvia Fowles had 15 points and 17 rebounds and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Los Angeles Sparks 66-57 on Thursday night.
The Comets, Lynx and Storm have all won four titles. Which franchise tops our list? We rank them all, including the ones that are no longer around.
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