The best of the WNBA will be on display as representatives of their countries and the greater game of basketball at the Olympic Games in Athens.
Tamika Catchings, USA
Ruth Riley, Detroit Shock
Shannon Johnson, San Antonio Silver Stars
Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
Sheryl Swoopes, Houston Comets
Griffith, Sacramento Monarchs
Thompson, Houston Comets
Los Angeles Sparks
Catchings, Indiana Fever
Jackson, Seattle Storm
Elena Baranova, New York Liberty
Team USA toppled Canada, 71-56, on Monday night in Bridgeport, Conn. Nneka Ogwumike was the team's leading scorer with 10 points.
Check out Allie Quigley with the double crossover move to get to the hoop during Game 3 WNBA Finals!
Check out Diana Taurasi hitting the biggest shot of the series to put the Mercury ahead for good in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals.
This week, the WNBA Spotlight shines on Sylvia Fowles of the Chicago Sky.
An all-access look at the thrilling conclusion to the WNBA Finals – a back and forth classic that crowned the Phoenix Mercury the 2014 champions