exclusive club of WNBA champions. In the league's first 16 years, eight franchises have won the title --
the Houston Comets (1997-2000),
the Los Angeles Sparks (2001-2002),
the Detroit Shock (2003, 2006, 2008),
the Seattle Storm (2004, 2010),
the Sacramento Monarchs (2005),
the Phoenix Mercury (2007, 2009)
the Minnesota Lynx (2011)
and now the Indiana Fever (2012).
Leslie, Swoopes and Cooper headline the WNBA's 10th Anniversary All-Decade Team as selected by fans, media and basketball historians.
Meet the Players
Post Season Awards
Lisa Leslie left a lasting mark on the league as she became the first player to ever reach the 6,000 point plateau in her 13 seasons with the Sparks.
History of Women's Basketball
A Century in the MakingFrom Berenson to Bolton, women's hoops has been rising for 100 years.
History of the WNBAWith the best talent in the world, corporate partners and a growing fanbase, the WNBA is here to stay.
The Making of the WNBAA day-by-day timelime looking at how the most successful women's league was formed.
WNBA History Lesson
WNBA MILESTONESGo day-by-day through the calendar and re-live some of the memorable moments in WNBA history.
WNBA TIMELINEFrom 1996 thru today, the WNBA has made its mark and continues to grow with each passing year.
TOP PERFORMANCESRemember the notable performances, like triple-doubles, 20-point/20-rebound games and dunks.
FRANCHISE HISTORYView the franchise timeline for a snapshot of league history.