After months of work, some teams' WNBA postseason will be over in 40 minutes. Coaches and players are ready to move on from single-elimination games.
Kevin Pelton's statistical model offers a much different order of the league's all-time best than our panel selected.
'Disrespectful,' 'ridiculous' and 'ready to fight': Experts sound off on WNBA top 25 player ranking snubs
Why Ticha Penicheiro's snub is an outrage, Breanna Stewart is ranked too high and other expert responses to ESPN's ranking of the 25 best WNBA players.
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.
— Natisha Hiedeman scored 16 points off the bench, Brionna Jones had a double-double and the Connecticut Sun closed out the WNBA regular season with a 14-game winning streak, topping the Atlanta Dream 84-64 on Sunday.
— 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.
— Tiffany Hayes scored a season-high 31 points, Courtney Williams had 15 points and 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Dream beat the Indiana Fever 85-78 on Tuesday night for coach Darius Taylor's first home victory.