WNBA mock draft 2022, version 3.0

Feb 17, 2022 Mechelle VoepelESPN.com Close Mechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women’s college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. The Washington Mystics have the top pick, but the Indiana Fever have the most to gain or lose from the first … Read more

WNBA 2022 All-Star Game – Biggest roster surprises and snubs

The 2022 WNBA All-Star Game’s 22-player roster is set, as the game’s 12 reserves — chosen by the league’s coaches — were announced Tuesday. The two teams — led by captains A’ja Wilson and Breanna Stewart, and their respective co-captains Sue Bird and Sylvia Fowles — will draft their rosters from the pool on Saturday … Read more

How Tina Charles can bolster the Seattle Storm’s WNBA title hopes

The Seattle Storm officially announced Tuesday what everyone anticipated since center Tina Charles’ “divorce” from the Phoenix Mercury was announced three days earlier: She is headed to the Pacific Northwest. Charles has signed a rest of the season contract with the Storm, who are currently 11-7 and in fourth place in the WNBA standings. Guard … Read more

WNBA Power Rankings – Chicago Sky take over top spot after record-setting week

9:50 AM ET Mechelle VoepelESPN.com Close Mechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women’s college basketball, and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. The team that ended last season on top is now No. 1 in ESPN’s WNBA Power Rankings for the first time … Read more

What Tina Charles’ departure means for the WNBA star, Phoenix Mercury

5:58 PM ET Alexa Philippou Close ESPN Covers women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered UConn and the WNBA Connecticut Sun for the Hartford Courant Stanford graduate and Baltimore native with further experience at the Dallas Morning News, Seattle Times and Cincinnati Enquirer Mechelle Voepel Close ESPN.com Mechelle Voepel covers the WNBA, women’s college … Read more

Who are the front-runners for WNBA Coach of the Year?

9:15 AM ET Alexa PhilippouESPN Close Covers women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered UConn and the WNBA Connecticut Sun for the Hartford Courant Stanford graduate and Baltimore native with further experience at the Dallas Morning News, Seattle Times and Cincinnati Enquirer The WNBA coaching carousel has seen quite the activity over the last … Read more

Who are the frontrunners for WNBA Coach of the Year?

The WNBA coaching carousel has seen quite the activity over the last eight months, with three first-time WNBA head coaches getting nods to lead franchises, one major West-to-East changeover and, since the 2022 campaign tipped, two mid-season firings within underperforming squads. With the season nearing its halfway point and separation between tiers of teams beginning … Read more

A’ja Wilson the latest WNBA star to sport fashionable fit on pregame runway

The WNBA season has given fans plenty to talk about so far. The Commissioner’s Cup Championship Game between the Las Vegas Aces and Chicago Sky is set to take place on July 26. Both squads are among the league’s elite teams with the Aces sitting at No. 1 in the standings with a considerable cushion. … Read more

WNBA All-Star 2022 – A’ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart, Rhyne Howard among impressive social media campaigns

This WNBA season has a little bit of everything. Thrilling games, impressive rookies and highlight-worthy plays have given spectators much to talk about. With All-Star Weekend fast approaching, there will be more opportunities for people to see the league’s top talent in action. All-Star Weekend is July 9-10, featuring a number of exciting events for … Read more

What Sue Bird’s WNBA retirement means for the Seattle Storm’s future

Sue Bird announcing her retirement at the end of the 2022 WNBA season puts the Seattle Storm in a position the franchise hasn’t been since its second year of existence: planning for a future without Bird, who has led the team to four championships since being drafted No. 1 overall out of UConn in 2002. … Read more