Washington’s Elena Delle Donne was named the 2019 WNBA Most Valuable Player, becoming the first player to win the honor with two different teams.
Watch as Elena Delle Donne gets the call from WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert and learns she was named the 2019 MVP.
Elena Delle Donne became the first WNBA player to join the exclusive 50-40-90 Club, becoming the ninth player to ever achieve the feat of shooting efficiency.
The best plays from Elena Delle Donne’s 2019 WNBA MVP season.
Watch as Elena Delle Donne discussed her 2019 WNBA MVP award prior to Game 2 of the WNBA Semifinals.
Elena Delle Donne discusses her MVP season, her career and Washington’s championship aspirations.
Delle Donne finished 2nd in the WNBA in scoring (19.5 PPG), 5th in rebounding (8.3 RPG), 11th in blocks (1.29 BPG), 1st in FT% (WNBA-record 97.4%), 4th in 3P% (43.0%) and 7th in FG% (51.5%).
Delle Donne led the Mystics to the highest single-season offensive rating in WNBA history, scoring 112.9 points per 100 possessions.
For the third straight season, Delle Donne’s No. 11 jersey was the most popular in sales across the WNBA.
Delle Donne scored a season-high 33 points against Phoenix on July 30. She had two 30+ point games and 15 20+ point games this season.
Delle Donne discusses her expanded leadership role this season and the team’s mindset heading into playoff action.
Not even a broken nose could slow down Delle Donne this season as she has thrived since donning a protective mask.
Delle Donne is one of 14 players to ever win the league’s top individual honor and one of six to do it more than once.
Delle Donne is the first player to win the MVP award with different teams as she won the 2015 award with Chicago.
Take a look back to see which player has won MVP in each of the WNBA’s 23 seasons.