Queen Ballers Club

Queen Ballers Club

At Queen Ballers Club, we're proud to provide in-depth WNBA basketball analysis of players’ skills, and drill break downs on players’ go-to moves. Queen Ballers Club Founder Megan Mitzel, a D1 college athlete, trains youths ages 8-18 using many of the same methods as the New York Knicks' playbook, and enjoys sharing her love for the game by writing about the WNBA.

Elena Delle Donne WNBA Wonder Woman

Elena Delle Donne WNBA Wonder Woman

September 5, 2021

The only WNBA player to win MVP with more than one franchise, the only WNBA player to have a 50-40-90 season, and a member of The W25, actually quit basketball her freshman year of college. However, by the time 2013 came around, Elena Delle Donne had joined the Chicago Sky after being picked second in

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The Best Basketball Christmas Gifts

The Best Basketball Christmas Gifts

August 20, 2021

Finding the best basketball Christmas gifts can take some digging. And we know you don’t have as much time as Santa Claus. So we rounded up a list of a few of our favorites for you. We sampled some hoopers and checked online reviews to find the freshest gear, games, and more that everyone is

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Pre-Game Routines: How Elite Basketball Players Prepare for Success

Pre-Game Routines: How Elite Basketball Players Prepare for Success

August 16, 2021

How do you summon your best when your best is needed on the court? What thoughts do you call upon to help get you mentally right when you find yourself in high leverage situations, like your team down a point with only seconds remaining?  Throughout professional basketball, including the WNBA, players use performance routines to train

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The Inside-Look Gallery: Washington Mystics & Connecticut Sun

The Inside-Look Gallery: Washington Mystics & Connecticut Sun

August 12, 2021

In advance of the Connecticut Sun taking on the Seattle Storm later today (9 PM EDT on Amazon Prime) in the first ever WNBA Commissioner’s Cup for a prize of $500k, we’re taking a look at the Suns game at the Washington Mystics on June 29, 2021. That night, the Sun beat the short-handed Mystics 90-71. Which

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Ariel Atkins: Small Town Start to Selfless Star

Ariel Atkins: Small Town Start to Selfless Star

August 4, 2021

Ariel Atkins: It’s only a matter of time before that’s a household name. And that time is coming soon. Over the past two years, the Washington Mystics’ youngest starter has skyrocketed up the ranks, bursting onto the scene as a first-time WNBA All-Star who’s quickly earning the respect and admiration of her peers, the fans,

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Brianna Turner WNBA: Off-Court Advocate Turned On-Court All-Defense

Brianna Turner WNBA: Off-Court Advocate Turned On-Court All-Defense

July 21, 2021

Brianna Turner has described herself as quiet. But there are moments where she is unapologetically loud. Already during her college days at Notre Dame, she and her teammates wore shirts that read “I Can’t Breathe” as a way to protest police violently killing Eric Garner. More recently, Brianna has been outspoken on topics in addition

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The Best WNBA Gifts Guide

The Best WNBA Gifts Guide

July 6, 2021

For the WNBA fan in your life, we’ve pulled together some of the best gifts for the holidays, birthdays, and just because. Shop a selection of incredible jewelry, sweats sets, WNBA trading cards, video games, and much more. We’ve also included many independent outlets’ gear, so you can support great small businesses. Discover the best

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WNBA Viewership & Ratings Growing In 2021

WNBA Viewership & Ratings Growing In 2021

July 1, 2021

During opening weekend in 2021, WNBA viewership soared 25% versus the prior year. Just two weeks later and five games in, WNBA ratings climbed even higher to 74% year over year growth. The WNBA capped off its historic 25th regular season by delivering its most-watched season since 2008 for its television partners – ABC, CBS, ESPN

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Washington Mystics Mid-Season: Versatility Versus Adversity

Washington Mystics Mid-Season: Versatility Versus Adversity

June 28, 2021

To be clear, we were put on notice during the Washington Mystics‘ media day. But perhaps we — and the league’s current number one standing team in the league, Seattle Storm — did not heed the warning at the time. On-and-off court champion, Natasha Cloud who returned to the game in 2021 after sitting out

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WNBA Players’ Name Pronunciation Guide

WNBA Players’ Name Pronunciation Guide

June 27, 2021

During the 2021 WNBA season, we noticed a lot of WNBA fans and players taking to Twitter to express their frustration with the announcers’ pronunciation of WNBA players’ names. Then, we read about the New York Liberty’s in-game announcer mispronouncing Dallas Wings star player Arike Ogunbowale’s name for the entire game. Professional athletes should not have

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Washington Mystics Take On Los Angeles Sparks: The Inside-Look Gallery

Washington Mystics Take On Los Angeles Sparks: The Inside-Look Gallery

June 12, 2021

“Our chemistry is starting to come along. Of course there are some things we still need to get better at. But, we’re figuring out each other, we’re figuring out what works for us, what doesn’t work for us.” said Ariel Atkins as the Washington Mystics took down the Los Angeles Sparks 89 to 71, on

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Women’s Hoop Groups Directory: 25 Ways to Play

Women’s Hoop Groups Directory: 25 Ways to Play

June 2, 2021

Today we’re going to help you discover fun women’s hoop groups and women’s pickup basketball leagues by state for young adult females. From Renee’s Runs in ATL to Hoop York City in NYC, find a place and a squad to ball out and improve your game while having fun. Many of the runs are weekly

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The Best Basketball Trainers On Instagram Directory: Grow Your Game

The Best Basketball Trainers On Instagram Directory: Grow Your Game

June 1, 2021

Today we’ll take a look at some of the best basketball trainers on Instagram to help take your game to the next level. Over the last decade, basketball skills training and player development has emerged as an industry of its own, impacting all levels of the game. As The Ringer reported, “more and more NBA

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WNBA Commissioner’s Cup Explained, How to Watch, & The Prize

WNBA Commissioner’s Cup Explained, How to Watch, & The Prize

May 23, 2021

The first ever WNBA Commissioner’s Cup 2021 in-season competition has kicked off! The league launched the new competition as part of their focus on innovation. Excitingly, 60 select “Cup games” from the regular season will determine which teams advance to the first ever Commissioner’s Cup Championship Game in August. There are not only bragging rights at stake (particularly in

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WNBA NFTs: WNBA Top Shot, Sue Bird & Renee Montgomery Releases & What’s Next

WNBA NFTs: WNBA Top Shot, Sue Bird & Renee Montgomery Releases & What’s Next

May 21, 2021

WNBA NFTs have arrived! The league partnered with Dapper Labs to introduce WNBA Top Shot Moments in August of 2021. Meanwhile NBA Top Shot has seen $436 million in trading volume since launching last year, according to Decrypt. “Top Shot presents an exciting opportunity for the WNBA to engage passionate fans on a whole new

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WNBA League Pass 2021: Everything You Need to Know

WNBA League Pass 2021: Everything You Need to Know

May 15, 2021

So you’re thinking about getting the WNBA League Pass 2021, but you’re not sure where to begin or what exactly it comes with? Or you’ve bought it, but you’re not sure how to actually access it to watch games? No sweat, we’ve got you covered. Today, we’ll walk you through what the League Pass costs,

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Mapping White Mamba: Where Has Diana Taurasi Scored Most?

Mapping White Mamba: Where Has Diana Taurasi Scored Most?

May 13, 2021

Diana Taurasi is the single most prolific scorer in the history of the WNBA. Across her 16 seasons in the league, the Phoenix Mercury guard has scored a whopping 8,931 career points. That’s the most in WNBA history by a pretty wide margin: Diana has scored 1,443 more points over her career than Hall of

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Crystal Dangerfield: Mighty Strong Guard

Crystal Dangerfield: Mighty Strong Guard

April 3, 2021

Crystal Dangerfield is a dangerous threat in the open court. A guard with a quick inside-out game and much versatility, Crystal left her imprint on the league immediately, earning the 2020 Rookie of the Year title. But she still has more to prove in her upcoming season with the Lynx — and if there’s one

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Jewell Loyd: The Dynamic Scorer That’s Different

Jewell Loyd: The Dynamic Scorer That’s Different

March 16, 2021

Jewell Loyd describes herself as different. “That’s something that I embrace,” she says. It’s not just that Jewell Loyd led her college team, the Fighting Irish, to three consecutive Final Four appearances; two consecutive National Championship games; and an overall record of 103-5, earning back-to-back conference Player of the Year awards. Or that Jewell Loyd

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Candace Parker & Adidas: The Shoe Journey

Candace Parker & Adidas: The Shoe Journey

February 25, 2021

Candace Parker didn’t choose the three-striped life of Adidas. It chose her and drew her in. Adidas has been part of Candace Parker’s basketball life way before both the 2016 title and WNBA Finals MVP she won with the Los Angeles Sparks. Way before the league MVPs in 2008-her rookie season nonetheless and 2013 respectfully.

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Women’s Basketball Socks: Top 10 to Unlock Elite Comfort

Women’s Basketball Socks: Top 10 to Unlock Elite Comfort

February 10, 2021

The best women’s basketball socks legitimately make a difference! You might be skeptical, because they cost quite a bit more than your standard sock. But you’ll quickly find the comfort, support and grip are well worth the investment. So today, we’re going to take a look at some of the most popular women’s basketball socks.

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Breanna Stewart Unlocked: WNBA Game Changer

Breanna Stewart Unlocked: WNBA Game Changer

January 13, 2021

Breanna Stewart — all she does is win, win, win, no matter what. WNBA regular season MVP, WNBA Finals MVP, USA Basketball FIBA World Cup MVP, Euroleague MVP — and the list goes on. The already two-time WNBA Champion hails from Syracuse New York. There, she took in Syracuse University games when she was young.

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WNBA Blogs: 21 Fascinating Reads to Bookmark

WNBA Blogs: 21 Fascinating Reads to Bookmark

January 6, 2021

Awesome WNBA blogs exist, they can just be a little hard to find. So we’ve rounded up some of our favorites (in addition to Queen Ballers Club, duh!) that cover all the teams in the league. These WNBA news websites are in no particular order, though they are split into categories based on the depth

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WNBA Stats Mystery Showdown: Who’s Your Pick?

WNBA Stats Mystery Showdown: Who’s Your Pick?

January 3, 2021

Today we’re going to compare two mystery WNBA players based on common stats. We’ll take a look at who wins the stat war. And what attributes about each player’s game enable them to hit those numbers. Plus, what makes their game unique. Ultimately we’ll pick which player we’d want on our team. Before we reveal

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Diana Taurasi WNBA White Mamba

Diana Taurasi WNBA White Mamba

December 13, 2020

Diana Taurasi’s accomplishments on the college, international, and professional court are unrivaled — by any man or woman — in world history. The 6-foot 38 year-old is the WNBA’s all-time leader in points, field goals, three-pointers, and free throws. And, incredibly, she’s still dominating today. Plus, she doesn’t just break records: she wins. When push

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The 10 Lowest Paid WNBA Players in 2021 & Ever Deserve More

The 10 Lowest Paid WNBA Players in 2021 & Ever Deserve More

December 13, 2020

Today we’re going to reveal the lowest paid WNBA players this year, as part three of our WNBA salary series. For some reason, “the people” want to know this! Our hope is that the league will continue working hard to ensure even the least paid players make more every year. Deloitte predicts elite women’s sport

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Top 10 Highest Paid WNBA Players in 2021 & Ever

Top 10 Highest Paid WNBA Players in 2021 & Ever

December 13, 2020

The highest paid WNBA players ever might surprise you. We all know there’s a gargantuan salary gap between NBA and WNBA team players. But it’s less clear how our women stack up against each other. However, this is important knowledge, especially amongst players. In order to be fairly compensated, you need to know what to

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The 10 Best WNBA Players to Never Win a Ring

The 10 Best WNBA Players to Never Win a Ring

December 10, 2020

Today we’re going to reveal the best WNBA players to never win a ring. Throughout its storied 24-year history, the league has seen some of the finest female ballers in the world. Many of the league’s most impactful players won individual accolades such as MVP and Rookie of the Year, while breaking assists records, and

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10 Best Women’s Basketballs & The New Wilson WNBA Ball

10 Best Women’s Basketballs & The New Wilson WNBA Ball

December 5, 2020

The best women’s basketballs make it easy to improve your game. Through a cushion-like feel, solid grip, and long-lasting quality, they ensure you can go to work every day. As Breanna Stewart’s WNBA quote goes, “You have to love your sport. Your passion and dedication can’t be some some-time, part-time, or spare-time. It has to

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WNBA Blocks: 10 Can’t Miss Rejections

WNBA Blocks: 10 Can’t Miss Rejections

December 2, 2020

WNBA blocks are pure speed, athleticism, and power on display. And they have the potential to be an absolute game changer. They amp up the bench and frustrate the offense. Plus, much like WNBA dunks, they leave the fans in awe. So today, we’re going to take a look at some monster blocks. We’re talking

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WNBA Teams: How Many WNBA Teams Are There?

WNBA Teams: How Many WNBA Teams Are There?

December 2, 2020

Have you ever wondered how many WNBA teams there are? Well boy do we have an answer for you. Today we’ve prepared a comprehensive WNBA team guide that covers everything from the number of players to how many teams make the playoffs. We’ll reveal the Eastern and Western conference WNBA teams currently in the league.

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WNBA Best Buzzer Beaters of All Time: Top 10 Buckets

WNBA Best Buzzer Beaters of All Time: Top 10 Buckets

December 1, 2020

WNBA best buzzer beaters are the moments we all live for. So today we’ll take a look at some clutch game shots throughout the league’s existence. From Teresa Weatherspoon’s infamous WNBA Finals half-court game winner to Jewell Lloyd sealing the deal for her WNBA team in 2020, you’ll see some of the most beautiful buckets

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15 Best Basketball Coloring Books for Relaxing

15 Best Basketball Coloring Books for Relaxing

December 1, 2020

The best basketball coloring books for adults are known to be great for stress relief and anxiety. And they fire up your creativity. Plus, they’re a safe stay at home activity anytime, and great to do to calm nerves before games. Today we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites featuring WNBA and NBA stars,

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15 Basketball Guard Drills: The Attack Workout

15 Basketball Guard Drills: The Attack Workout

November 30, 2020

Basketball guard drills can improve your game by enhancing your explosiveness, your handle, your shooting, and so much more (hello defense!). As a guard – aka the floor general – you control everything. Someone else doesn’t make a basket? That’s on you. So it’s important you do your best to control the control-ables before you

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WNBA Quotes: 31 Inspirational Insights

WNBA Quotes: 31 Inspirational Insights

November 25, 2020

WNBA quotes reveal insights about basketball, encourage athletes to believe in themselves, and spread love for the game. So today, let’s take a look at some of the best quips made by all time greats on the court and off, from Lisa Leslie to Barack Obama and Gabrielle Union. Let’s get inspired for greatness by

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Do WNBA Players Get Rings? The Complete Guide

Do WNBA Players Get Rings? The Complete Guide

November 24, 2020

“Do WNBA players get rings?” is a question that comes up at least once a year, as championship season inevitably rolls around. And the short answer is: yes! All season long, every WNBA player strives for a ring – which is synonymous with winning the league championship. The prestige of the league title, combined with

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WNBA Predictions: 10 Big Changes Over 10 Years

WNBA Predictions: 10 Big Changes Over 10 Years

November 23, 2020

When it comes to WNBA predictions — the gist is, the future going to be nothing but net. Already in Deloitte’s annual 2020 outlook, they predicted the rise of women’s sports. Highlighting it as one of the trends that will have the biggest impact across the entire sports ecosystem. The groundswell – created by the

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Best Women’s Basketball Shorts

Best Women’s Basketball Shorts

November 18, 2020

The best women’s basketball shorts make you look good and feel good. Which probably also makes you play well! So today we’re going to help you look your best on the court. While ensuring you have a dope tunnel fit even if you’re in your practice threads. We’ve curated all sorts of shorts for basketball

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WNBA Facts: 25 Fascinating Finds

WNBA Facts: 25 Fascinating Finds

November 16, 2020

With more than twenty years of history under the WNBA’s belt, there are plenty of surprising WNBA facts you might not know. So today, we’ll reveal some little known insights about how the league has evolved. As well as the answers to commonly asked questions about the WNBA. Plus, we’ll share some stunning accolades women’s

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The 35 Best Basketball Gifts for Hoopers

The 35 Best Basketball Gifts for Hoopers

November 15, 2020

Not sure what to gift a basketball player for their birthday or holidays? Well, you’re in luck because we’ve scoured the web for the absolute best gifts for basketball players that will be sure to win you points with the scorer in your life. Check out the best gifts for basketball players! Discover the best

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Courtney Vandersloot WNBA Dime Queen

Courtney Vandersloot WNBA Dime Queen

November 14, 2020

Courtney Vandersloot, WNBA point guard for the Chicago Sky, is an assist assassin. The astounding play maker led the league in assists the past five seasons. She holds the all-time WNBA records for most assists in a season (300) and highest assists-per-game in a season (10). Also she broke the league record for assists in a

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The Tallest WNBA Player in 2021 Might Surprise You

The Tallest WNBA Player in 2021 Might Surprise You

November 11, 2020

Did you know that in the entire the history of the WNBA only one player has been at least seven feet tall? Today we’re going reveal the tallest WNBA player in history, as well as the tallest women on WNBA teams today in 2021. We’ll also explore all aspects of how height impacts the game

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Tyasha Harris Flying Higher

Tyasha Harris Flying Higher

November 10, 2020

An exceptional facilitator on both ends of the court, Tyasha “Ty” Harris is a twenty-two year old 5’10” point guard for the WNBA’s Dallas Wings. Today she’s best known for setting up her teammates and her consistent control over the pace of play. Before that, in college, she was a starter for the South Carolina

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Sue Bird Twitter Queen: 31 Swish Tweets

Sue Bird Twitter Queen: 31 Swish Tweets

November 9, 2020

Sue Bird’s Twitter is @S10Bird. And you’ve absolutely got to check it out. Because it’s one thing to dominate on the basketball court. But it’s another entirely, to write a slam-dunk hilarious and shareable tweet. And that’s exactly what WNBA superstar Sue Bird does. She’s a total baller, on the court and online. Of course

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27 Best Basketball Handling Drills At Home

27 Best Basketball Handling Drills At Home

November 8, 2020

Ready to develop a wicked handle like the WNBA’s Chennedy Carter? Improve anytime with the best basketball handling drills to do at home! Here we’ll share simple drills from NBA pro trainers, Steph Curry’s trainer, the Lakers’ Phil Handy and more, that really work. From wide ground touches to pocket dribbles and double between resets,

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Chennedy Carter’s Suspension: Basketball Dynamite

Chennedy Carter’s Suspension: Basketball Dynamite

November 7, 2020

Today, we’re going to explore the ultimate underdog hiding in plain sight: Chennedy Carter. The Atlanta Dream’s point guard is one of the most entertaining and skilled basketball players to watch in the WNBA. Her quickness, strength, and dynamic dribbling ensure she’s a lethal scorer. And she plays with a fearlessness that’s enamoring. Unfortunately, she

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Sue Bird WNBA Legend: Storming Championships

Sue Bird WNBA Legend: Storming Championships

October 22, 2020

“When I got drafted to Seattle in 2016, that’s what I thought about: I’m going to play with the best point guard in the world,” said Breanna Stewart. Breanna was referring to her now good pal, Sue Bird. Today, Sue Bird has spent 17 years dominating women’s professional basketball. And she has celebrated championships around

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WNBA Rookie of the Year: Who Wins & Why?

WNBA Rookie of the Year: Who Wins & Why?

October 17, 2020

The WNBA’s Rookie of the Year Award started back in 1998, and is awarded to the “top” rookie of the regular season. Though specifically how a player best positions themselves to win it remains a mystery, besides being a first year player. As FiveThirtyEight postulates, “Is it about current performance or promise of future play? Is how the

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WNBA Logo: Inside The WNBA Rebrands & 25th Anniversary Logo

WNBA Logo: Inside The WNBA Rebrands & 25th Anniversary Logo

October 6, 2020

The 2019 WNBA rebrand, including the new WNBA logo, was years in the making. At that time, the WNBA was finally seen as a league of its own, with an audience potentially different from that of the NBA’s. And, as a result, it was clear there was a need for entirely separate marketing for the

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WNBA Salary 2021: The Lows & Highs

WNBA Salary 2021: The Lows & Highs

October 4, 2020

The average 2021 WNBA salary is $120,648. That’s up from just $74,349.14 in 2019. In the US, that’s a decent wage, in general, considering the U.S. Census Bureau listed the annual median personal income at $33,706 in 2018. However it’s not a decent wage for a professional athlete. It’s especially not a decent wage for one of the

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WNBA Dunks: 28 Slams & 7 Players in League History

WNBA Dunks: 28 Slams & 7 Players in League History

October 2, 2020

We often say “slam dunk” when we think something is going to be a sure thing. But the dunk has not always been a sure thing. In fact, it was totally banned from NCAA play from 1967 to 1976! Luckily for us, today it’s back – like the cherry on top of our women’s basketball sundae.

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UConn Players in the WNBA: The All-Time Greats

UConn Players in the WNBA: The All-Time Greats

October 1, 2020

It comes as no surprise that 136 out of the 144 players on the 2020 WNBA roster competed in Division I women’s college basketball. But there’s one college that sends far more athletes into the league, than any other. And that school is UConn. UConn women’s basketball is one of the most successful dynasties in NCAA history. It’s a

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The 17 Best Women’s Basketball Books of All Time

The 17 Best Women’s Basketball Books of All Time

September 26, 2020

The best women’s basketball books provide a behind-the-scenes look into how the game has evolved. They also reveal inspiring ways to triumph over adversity. Plus, provide specific tactics for getting better as a player and person, every day. From a look at the start of the WNBA, to the complete life stories of some of

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Candace Parker WNBA Career: NBA 2K Cover Queen

Candace Parker WNBA Career: NBA 2K Cover Queen

September 23, 2020

Candace Parker and basketball — name a better duo. The accomplishments abound: a former #1 overall pick in the 2008 WNBA Draft, a Rookie of the Year, a two-time league MVP, a WNBA champion, a Finals MVP, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, the first woman on an NBA2K cover, and hitting 5,500 career points this

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Moriah Jefferson: The Ultimate Guide

Moriah Jefferson: The Ultimate Guide

August 8, 2020

Moriah Jefferson is back to wreak havoc on the WNBA court, and we are here for it! After a knee injury forced this dynamic, small but shifty point guard out of play for the past few years — the former UConn standout and No. 2 draft pick who won four national championships — has returned

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Nneka Ogwumike: The Leadership Spark

Nneka Ogwumike: The Leadership Spark

July 29, 2020

Picture this: It’s opening day for the WNBA, in the middle of a sound stage, in the middle of a pandemic, and Nneka Ogwumike doesn’t miss a single shot. It sounds like a dream. But it’s actually a spark. That day, the star Los Angeles Sparks performance came from 6’2″ forward Nneka Ogwumike who showed

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Why Does Nobody Watch the WNBA? Is Literally Untrue

Why Does Nobody Watch the WNBA? Is Literally Untrue

July 19, 2020

No matter the forum, whether it’s your uncle’s driveway or an online basketball fan group, someone is likely to bring up the most annoying basketball question of all time: Why does nobody watch the WNBA? In fact, this question is so persistent, that it led us to start this website. So while SportsCenter on ESPN

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Sabrina Ionescu WNBA: Everything You Need to Know

Sabrina Ionescu WNBA: Everything You Need to Know

July 8, 2020

“She’s very relentless. Even when you think you have her stopped, she keeps coming at you.” That’s a quote from Sue Bird about the 2020 #1 draft pick.  You might know her from her sneaker deal with Nike, her time playing on the Oregon Ducks, or from her joining the New York Liberty. Regardless of

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Gianna Bryant: What Wakes Me Up in the Middle of the Night

Gianna Bryant: What Wakes Me Up in the Middle of the Night

July 8, 2020

I haven’t been able to sleep much since Sunday’s announcement of the deaths of nine people, including Kobe and Gianna Bryant. I’ve been chewing on it, because it feels strange to experience so much grief over the loss of people I’ve never met. Though, I believe the reason it has weighed heavily on my heart goes

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