Close

Maya Gives Back

4:34 Lives2Inspire via Twitter

 I had an amazing Holiday Weekend..can't stop smiling:) :) :) :) :) My life is full of Love and wonderful people! #Blessed

New York Liberty, Laimbeer Part Ways

5:06 Lives2Inspire via Twitter

 RT @B1Gwbball The 2014 #B1G women's hoops has been announced. Three games highlight opening night on January 2. bit.ly/17hL0BB
Let's take a closer look at the 2014 WNBA MVP, Maya Moore!

Timeout: Maya Moore

US women rout Spain 77-64 for second straight world championship gold medal

EDD Special Olympics Honor

USA Wins Gold in FIBA World Championship

Respect the Legacy. Own The Future

Seattle Storm | Own The Future

US routs Spain for second straight world championship gold medal, no end to dominance in sight

WNBA PLayers HEad Overseas

Ever wonder where your favorite WNBA players go in the offseason? The answer for many of them -- like Brittney Griner who will again play in China -- is that they play more hoops overseas. Read More

Tamika Catchings to Retire After 2016 Season

Check out the Phoenix Merucy Top 10 plays from the 2014 season in this week's WNBA Action.

WNBA Action: Phoenix Mercury Top 10 Plays from the 2014 Season

Spain and US to meet for gold medal at women's world championship

ALL ACCESS VIDEO: JOURNEY TO GOLD

Take an all-access look at the U.S. Women's National Team's journey to gold in the FIBA World Championships in Turkey. Watch
>> Video: Ogwumike and Stewart in Instanbul

USA Advances to Final With With Over Australia

Let's take a closer look at Phoenix Mercury center, Brittney Griner.

Timeout: Brittney Griner

US women beat Australia 82-70 to reach gold-medal game against Spain at worlds in Turkey

Liberty, Laimbeer Part Ways

The New York Liberty announced that the franchise has not renewed the contract of Bill Laimbeer, the team's general manager and head coach.
>> Read Official Statement

USA Routs France to Reach Semifinals

We're shining the WNBA spotlight on the Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi!

Spotlight: Diana Taurasi

Brittney Griner's 17 points help US top France 94-72, advance to semis of women's worlds

HAMMON GETS STARTED WITH SPURS

With the defending champion San Antonio Spurs beginning their preseason slate, Becky Hammon is getting her start with the team. View Gallery
>> Video: Becky at Media Day

USA Set to Take on France

The Storm might have had a rough going in 2014, but there are already positives in store for the future, including the number 1 draft pick in 2015. “Getting the first pick in the draft gives the organization a shot of optimism,” said Storm head coach and general manager Brian Agler. “It brings a lot of value to how you look at things moving forward. We have to get to work now to evaluate how we make this a better basketball team.” And Temeka Johnson, who’s seen her fair share of different franchises throughout her years, thinks there’s nothing but blue skies ahead for the Storm. “I think the future is bright because of how this season transpired,” she said. “A season like this brings a lot of learning, and this organization is really one that wants to grow and looks to grow.”

Eye on the Storm - Episode 8 - A Championship Culture

Stars' McBride makes all-rookie team

Shoni Schimmel Recognized

Shoni Schimmel was recognized for her prominence as a 2014 Native American by being named a "40 under 40" award recipient. Read More
>> Schimmel's Top 10 Plays of Season

USA Dominates Angola to Finish Pool Play Undefeated

Tiffany Jackson-Jones shares this healthy tip brought to you by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Oklahoma.

BCBSOK Healthy Tip

Stars guards earn invite to U.S. camp

USA Holds Off Serbia, 94-74

LaChina Robinson and President Richie talk international play and 2014 World Championships.

Laurel Richie Conversation: Part three

Post-Hammon era awaits Stars

USA Routs China in FIBA Opener

#Unfinished Business

2014 Dream Playoff Intro Video

Emotional end of the line for Hammon, Stars

35 WNBA Players to Compete in 2014 FIBA World Championship

Dream Tip Off Party 2014

Stars erase deficit, but Lynx surge to win