See WNBA CBA news and highlights. Learn all about the WNBA CBA. Discover how the most recent update improved pay, and made free agency way more interesting. Plus, see the other impacts it's had on the game and upcoming news.
After discovering today’s Nneka Ogwumike facts, you’ll quickly realize Nneka can be considered one of the faces of today’s WNBA. Not only has she established herself as one of the league’s greatest of players, but also she has made plenty of moves away from basketball, and personifies what it means to be a strong woman. AtContinue Reading
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 sportContinue Reading
The highest paid WNBA players ever might surprise you. We all know there’s a gargantuan (unjust!) 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 whatContinue Reading
The WNBA is so important, and so is WNBA free agency. In January 2020, the WNBA set the wheels in motion for players to move to new teams, as the league and the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) reached a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The new CBA provides players with better travel accommodations, motherhoodContinue Reading
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 byContinue Reading
The average 2021 WNBA salary is $100,658.51. And it will hold that way through 2027. 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 notContinue Reading