Offseason 2008-09: WNBA Players Overseas

(FIBA Europe / Ciamillo-Castoria)
EuroLeague Three-Peat for Spartak
Spartak Moscow Region powered their way past Halcon Avenida on Sunday to become the first club ever to win the EuroLeague Women title three straight years. MVP Diana Taurasi poured in a game-high 31 points and her fellow USA international Sue Bird contributed 13 with 10 assists as Spartak prevailed 85-70.
EuroCup: Young, Augustus lead Galatasaray past Cras Basket Taranto to win the EuroCup
This week in the: EuroLeague | EuroCup
EuroLeague All-Star: Hammon Wins MVP | Fowles Dunks

EUROLEAGUE EUROCUP
Standings Standings
Schedule Schedule
Statistics Statistics
Final
Semi-Finals
Quarter-Final: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3
Eighth-Final: Part 1 | Part 2
Round 10
Round 9
Round 8
Round 7
Round 6
Round 5
Round 4
Round 3
Round 2
Round 1
Final: Part 1 | Part 2
Semi-Final: Part 1 | Part 2
Quarter-Final: Part 1 | Part 2
Eighth-Final
Sixteenth-Final
Round of 32: Part 1 | Part 2
Round 6
Round 5
Round 4
Round 3
Round 2
Round 1

2008-2009 OFFSEASON

Between Asia, Australia, the EuroCup and the EuroLeague, players from all 13 WNBA teams are competing in over a dozen countries around the world.


WNBA PLAYERS ABROAD

Overseas roster by WNBA team
Overseas roster by overseas team


COUNTRY-BY-COUNTRY GLANCE
Australia
Bulgaria
China
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
France
Greece
Hungary
Israel
Italy
Latvia
Lithuania
Poland
Russia
Slovakia
Spain
Sweden
Turkey

SYLVIA FOWLES DUNKS TWICE IN EUROPE

(Rebay Victor - Pecs, Hungary)

Video: Fowles Dunks in EuroLeague All-Star Game
Fowles Dunk Makes History
More

Video

Taurasi Drops 34 Points

Diana Taurasi pours in 34 points in Game 1 against the Sparks.

Sky vs. Dream Game 1 Analysis

The Game Time crew breaks down Friday's Game 1.

Sparks vs. Mercury

The Phoenix Mercury beat the Los Angeles Sparks 75-72 on Friday night in the first round of the WNBA playoffs.

Sparks vs. Mercury Game 1 Analysis

NBA TV breaks down Game 1 of the Mercury's win over the Sparks.

Postgame: Elena Delle Donne

Elena Delle Donne talks about their win over the Dream in Game 2.