WNBA Forwards

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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 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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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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Putting The WNBA Center Position Center Stage

Putting The WNBA Center Position Center Stage

June 23, 2021

On March 3rd, 2021, two-time WNBA MVP and center Candace Parker appeared on TNT’s “Inside the NBA.” She was an analyst with two-time NBA MVP and center Shaquille O’Neal and eight-time All-NBA guard Dwyane Wade when they discussed the tactical challenges facing modern defenses. Candace Parker: “The NBA switches now, right?” Shaquille O’Neal: “Why?” Candace

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Amanda Zahui B: Worldwide Spark

Amanda Zahui B: Worldwide Spark

June 21, 2021

Sporting events serve an electric energy that is hard to rival. During games, one play or even a simple rule violation, can dramatically shift the mood in seconds. However, the energy in the room is only as strong as the people in it — often led by at least one person at the heart of

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Brittney Griner: Unfinished Business

Brittney Griner: Unfinished Business

April 26, 2021

Brittney Griner is one of the most dominant players to take the court. The 6’9” icon with an 86-inch wingspan and size 17 shoe has won at every level she’s ever played. She has been at the forefront of social movements, shaped the public perception of the WNBA’s politics since the day she was drafted,

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Natasha Howard: The WNBA’s Lockdown Defender

Natasha Howard: The WNBA’s Lockdown Defender

March 13, 2021

Natasha Howard is one of the most dynamic, disciplined, and dangerous defenders in the WNBA. The forward/center has held down advanced defensive metrics towards the top of the league for the past few seasons. And has served as the anchor for the elite, championship level defense played by her former team, the Seattle Storm.  The

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A’ja Wilson: Sculpting A Legacy

A’ja Wilson: Sculpting A Legacy

February 12, 2021

There aren’t many statues of 24 year olds. There aren’t many statues of women. There aren’t many statues of People of Color in the first place. But outside of Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina, home of the University of South Carolina, lies an 11-foot-tall bronze statue of Hopkins, South Carolina native and 2017 NCAA

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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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Liz Cambage: International Powerhouse

Liz Cambage: International Powerhouse

December 21, 2020

WNBA All-Star Liz Cambage has been giving opposing defenses around the world nightmares for over a decade now. A professional basketball player from the age of 16, Liz developed an elite array of skills that, when combined with her muscular 6’8″ frame, makes her nigh-impossible to defend. Today, Liz is among the greatest scorers in

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The 10 Greatest Chicago Sky Players of All Time

The 10 Greatest Chicago Sky Players of All Time

December 6, 2020

When it comes to the Chicago Sky’s best players of all time, it’s really hard to pick. And that’s a good thing, because it means in the WNBA team the Chicago Sky’s 15 years of history, they’ve had some incredible players represent Skytown. We’re talking three-point contest winners, assists leaders, all-stars, and top draft picks

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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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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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Nneka Ogwumike: A Spark of Leadership

Nneka Ogwumike: A Spark of Leadership

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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