2022 WNBA All-Star starters and captains announced; Storm’s Sue Bird earns record 13th selection

Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird, a four-time WNBA champion and the league’s career assists leader, has extended her record number of All-Star selections to 13. Bird, along with a list of 10 players, including four guards and six front court players from across the WNBA, were selected to start in the 2022 WNBA All-Star game. … Read more

Center Sylvia Fowles posts double-double in return to lift Minnesota Lynx past Phoenix Mercury

11:46 PM 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. Center Sylvia Fowles returned to the court Thursday with a double-double for Minnesota and helped lead the Lynx to a season-high … Read more

Brittney Griner Named Honorary 2022 WNBA All-Star

Photo: Ethan Miller (Getty Images) As the WNBA season heads for its halfway point, the league announced its 2022 All-Star starters and co-captains. While the 10-name list includes several repeat selections, there are a few young phenoms making their first All-Star appearance. Per a press release provided to The Root, two of the league’s best … Read more

Sylvia Fowles, Sue Bird, A’ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart named captains for WNBA All-Star Game on July 10

3:45 PM 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 WNBA announced Wednesday that Minnesota center Sylvia Fowles and Seattle guard Sue Bird, who both will retire at the end … Read more

How Diana Taurasi, Sylvia Fowles and Sue Bird have rewritten WNBA record books

8:45 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. They are three of the greatest players in women’s basketball history. They have each won multiple WNBA championships and Olympic gold … Read more