The WNBA has at long last entered the video game age, arguably many years after it should have been welcomed.
Former NBA player Gilbert Arenas took to social media and posted some disparaging comments about the WNBA, specifically concerning what he perceives as the lack of attractive women playing the pro ga
While Brittney Griner’s WNBA debut came in a loss with her Phoenix Mercury getting blown out by the Chicago Sky by a score of 102-80, she made it a memorable first act by becoming the first p
Yes, I know what you’re thinking: what the heck is a “Social Sideline Reporter”? You’re also probably thinking “Sweet Sassy Molassey” but before we get to that, le
Who woulda thunk it, right? To make the story even more interesting/confusing, these four lads happen to pledge their chest-painting allegiance to the 3-23 Tusla Shock.
BALL MINE! Egad! That’s a whole lot of woman right there, folks.
As the Minnesota Timberwolves trudge to the merciful end of another forgettable season, one of the team’s sole bright spots, forward Kevin Love – or more accurately, somebody purporting t
That video * pretty much sums up the excitement generated by the WNBA draft yesterday.
Fo’ shizzle, Tiger Woods. Fo’. Shizzle.
Set to hit newsstands this Friday, ESPN The Magazine‘s second annual “Body Issue” will feature WNBA star Diana Taurasi on two variations of the issue’s seven covers – th
First of all, before I get to my brilliant, yet brief, analysis, allow me to point out that this smartass post is in no way a criticism of the fine work done here by the brilliant author of this colu
This just in: sports bloggers are marginally athletic and going places, baby! Well, one of the places we as a people are going (besides Hell) is one of us showed up to try and be one of the guys on t
Phoenix Mercury (it’s a real team, trust me) player Diana Taurasi pleaded guilty to DUI charges and just spent a day in jail after the judge suspended nine days of her sentence.
Bill Laimbeer, four-time All-Star during his NBA career with the Detroit Pistons and noted “Bad Boy” will be resigning as coach of the Detroit Shock of the WNBA after a six-and-a-half yea
If It Can Happen To A First Class Organization Like The WNBA There’s No Telling Where It Will Strike Next
Boy, the times they are a-changin’.