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Megan Rapinoe’s WNBA star girlfriend Sue Bird slammed Trump’s ‘hate-filled Twitter spree,’ saying the USWNT captain is ‘...

Sue Bird, who plays for WBNA team Seattle Storm, penned a column for The Players Tribune in which she blasted Trump’s comments.

Maya Moore announced she is sitting out the 2019 WNBA season, and it could have major implications on the league

The Lynx will certainly feel the pain of Maya Moore's absence, but the effects of her departure from Minnesota will deeply impact the entire WNBA.
Elena Delle Donne and her WNBA colleagues are front and center in "NBA Live 19."

‘NBA Live 19’ is the first pro sports game to allow men and women to play on the same team — but there’s still tons of room to...

"NBA Live 19" makes progress by including female create-a-players and adding women to career mode for mixed gender games.
The Las Vegas Aces may have started a discussion about travel in the WNBA by forfeiting a game against the Washington Mystics.

WNBA gave the Las Vegas Aces a loss after they forfeited a game following 25 hours of flight delays, and it could lead to a bigger argument over trave...

The Las Vegas Aces decided not to play a game on Friday night after getting into town four hours before tip-off. The WNBA ruled that they forfeited the game, giving them a loss.

WNBA star Allie Quigley put on a jaw-dropping shooting performance to win the All-Star 3-point contest

Allie Quigley of the Chicago Sky won her second-straight WNBA All-Star 3-point contest when she made an incredible 20 out of 25 shots in the final-round tie-breaker. Quigley made 13 of her final 14 shots, including all five of her 2-point shots on the moneyball rack.
The Minnesota Lynx visiting President Obama at the White House after winning the 2015 WNBA championship.

WNBA champions Minnesota Lynx were reportedly never invited to the White House, but went to DC anyway to do community service

The Minnesota Lynx won their fourth WNBA championship in 2017, but were not extended an invite to visit the White House, as they had been for their three previous titles. The team will instead celebrate their achievement by doing community service in Washington D.C.

35-year-old WNBA star to attempt a unique career combo — college basketball head coach while still playing professionally

Several factors are working in Lyndsay Whalen's favor that will allow her to pull off the rare double.