'Like a rookie': Ionescu excited for Brooklyn start
Following an atypical rookie season that ended after just two-plus games in the WNBA bubble due to a severe ankle sprain, Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu told ESPN she's "excited to finally be in Brooklyn" and play in front of the community.
WNBA draft 2021 grades: Dallas aces second consecutive draft
The Wings got exactly what they wanted in the draft and got an A-plus grade to show for it. The Sparks and Lynx also scored high marks.
Dancing grandma highlights fun night at WNBA draft
Ionescu breaks down Ja Morant's game
Collier pays tribute to her late father after being drafted No. 1 overall
Charli Collier FaceTimes with KD prior to WNBA draft
Kevin Durant, Chris Paul and a dancing grandma show support for WNBA draft
From designer outfits to dancing grandmas, the 2021 WNBA draft was full of memorable moments.
No. 3 pick Aari McDonald shows off correct pronunciation of her first name
Sky select Shyla Heal as No. 8 pick in WNBA draft
The Chicago Sky select Shyla Heal from Australia as the No. 8 overall pick in the WNBA draft.
Holly Rowe shows off her French-speaking skills to Iliana Rupert
After Iliana Rupert is drafted by the Las Vegas Aces, Holly Rowe does part of the interview in French.
The 12 must-see games of the 2021 WNBA regular season
Candace Parker's Chicago debut, a WNBA Finals rematch and the return of several players who sat out 2020 are must-watch when the season tips May 14.
Awak Kuier makes history as No. 2 pick in WNBA draft
The Dallas Wings select Awak Kuier as the second pick in the WNBA draft, making her the first woman from Finland to be drafted into the league.
Wings select Chelsea Dungee with No.5 pick
The Dallas Wings select guard Chelsea Dungee from Arkansas as the fifth pick in the WNBA draft.
'The sky's the limit': The promising WNBA future of Awak Kuier
The daughter of South Sudanese immigrants who grew up in a small town in Finland is a projected top pick in the draft.
Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Washington received A grades, while Indiana, Los Angeles and Seattle bring up the bottom of the report card.