• WNBA players Tuesday voted overwhelmingly in favor of the new collective bargaining agreement between the Women’s National Basketball Association and the Women’s National Basketball Players Association to significantly increase base...

  • Just a few days before the NBA draft, the Pelicans continue to stack up their front office with talent, adding former WNBA and Connecticut superstar Swin Cash as VP of...

  • Rutgers women’s basketball coach C. Vivian Stringer joined the 1,000-victory club Tuesday night, reaching the milestone when she guided the Scarlet Knights to an easy 73-44 victory over Central Connecticut...

  • Arike Ogunbowale, the Notre Dame shooting guard whose back-to-back buzzer-beaters carried her team through the NCAA Women’s Final Four, wants the girls out there watching to know they can play...

  • The Liberty are bringing back two familiar faces as they move to a new home court. The team re-signed Long Island native and restricted free agent Bria Hartley and Kia...

  • The first woman pitcher to appear in the Negro Leagues, Mamie “Peanut” Johnson, died Tuesday. She was 82. In 1953, as an ambitious 18-year-old, Johnson attempted to try out for...

  • Katie Smith, the Liberty’s new head coach, is eagerly anticipating a matchup between the Libs and Bill Laimbeer’s new team. “It will be fun to see him on the other...

  • Diana Taurasi became the WNBA’s all-time leading scorer not with a 3, not with any dazzle, but with a simple scoop. It happened on June 17 in Los Angeles, where...

  • NBA commissioner Adam Silver emphatically said he has taken on personal responsibility for securing a female head coach in the league “sooner rather than later.” “First of all, let me say that...

  • For many of the players in the WNBA, the offseason is not quite an offseason. Yes, they can take a few weeks to travel to their favorite vacation spots or finally...