Longtime WNBA head coach Pokey Chatman is back in the league, this time as an assistant coach for the Seattle Storm, it was announced Friday.
Which teams have cap space to make big additions? Who are the key free agents for each team? And why does Seattle enter free agency as the team to watch?
Free agency plays a bigger role in the WNBA than ever. We rank the best free agents of 2022, with three of the last four MVPs topping our list.
Athletes Unlimited Basketball, which starts play this month in Las Vegas, named its 44-player roster Tuesday, including 11 current WNBA players.
Best player to change teams? Which team will improve the most? Before contracts are signed Feb. 1, we preview how the biggest free-agency moves might play out.
Long-time Seattle Storm star Sue Bird has decided to return for a 19th WNBA season, announcing the move on social media Friday morning.
The Mystics defied the odds and got the top pick in Sunday's WNBA draft lottery. Is Rhyne Howard or NaLyssa Smith projected to go No. 1?
Indiana has the best odds to get the No. 1 pick in Sunday's WNBA draft lottery. The top pick could come down to the All-Americans from Kentucky and Baylor.
From Finals rematches to old rivalries and teams in flux, here are the 2022 WNBA regular-season games we most want to see.
The WNBA is doing away with single-elimination games and byes in its new playoff format. Do some of the changes devalue the regular season?
The new pro women's league will be played Jan. 26-Feb. 26, 2022, and will include WNBA players such as Natasha Cloud and Courtney Williams.
What happened when Marshawn Lynch, Sue Bird, Brady and Brees joined Peyton & Eli on the MNF ManningCast
Peyton and Eli Manning were back like they never left. From Tom Brady's lesson in negotiation to Beast Mode's unique pregame ritual, here are some of the highlights from Week 7 of the ManningCast.
Sue Bird was noncommittal about her future when the Storm's season ended last month, but said Monday that after experiencing the opening of Climate Pledge Arena, "The thoughts of playing there were very tempting."
Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey was reelected chairperson of USA Basketball on Monday, while five-time Olympic gold medalist Sue Bird and three-time gold medalist Kevin Durant were among those added to the federation's board of directors.
As Chicago celebrates its WNBA title, many questions already linger for the offseason, including possible retirements and player movement in free agency.
In her effort to push the league into a stronger financial future, WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert wants to disrupt the economic model that she says has undervalued women's sports.
Connecticut forward Jonquel Jones was the only unanimous selection in balloting for All-WNBA first team, earning the honor for the first time. She was joined on the first team by Skylar Diggins-Smith, Brittney Griner, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd.
Breanna Stewart underwent surgery for a minor repair and reinforcement of the Achilles tendon in her left leg, the Storm announced Thursday.
'She's the best player out there sometimes': Chicago's Copper is the breakout player of the WNBA playoffs
Kahleah Copper could be on the verge of one of the best breakout performances in WNBA playoff history. We rank the top five that ended with titles.
Chicago is hoping to win its first title. Phoenix seeks its fourth. As the WNBA prepares to crown its 25th champion, we rank the previous title teams.
Chicago is headed to the WNBA Finals, while Las Vegas forced a decisive Game 5 in the semifinals and hosts Phoenix on Friday.
A pair of upsets on the road, plus Diana Taurasi's return, shook up the WNBA playoffs Sunday. Are Connecticut and Las Vegas still the front-runners?
Breanna Stewart, who is an unrestricted free agent, said she plans to be back in Seattle next season and will do whatever she can to convince Sue Bird to come back for one more year.
Seattle's Sue Bird and Phoenix's Diana Taurasi swapped jerseys after Sunday's WNBA playoff game, which could be Bird's last before retirement. But Bird made it clear that the verdict won't come soon, and that it "will be my own decision."
— Brittney Griner scored 23 points and grabbed 16 rebounds and Diana Taurasi scored six points in overtime as the Phoenix Mercury beat the Seattle Storm 85-80 in the second-round, single elimination WNBA playoff game on Sunday.