Tamika Catchings is best known for being one of the best women’s basketball players in the world. What you might not know is the WNBA superstar also has an impressive resume of community service accomplishments, something she holds dear to her heart.
Tamika took the time out of her hectic schedule to talk to BlackSportsOnline about her impact on women’s basketball, her Catch...
INDIANAPOLIS -- Angel McCoughtry is back for another shot at her first WNBA title.
Five years into her career, she has already cemented her status as one of the league's best players. After the adversity of losing two championship series, McCoughtry is adding improved leadership to her immense array of talents.
It paid off Sunday when McCoughtry powered Atlanta to its third Eastern...
Skylar Diggins has completed her first season in the WNBA, and now she’s ready for some fun. Skylar posted a video of herself and her two friends twerking it out. Female hoopers can twerk too. via @skydiggs4
MINNEAPOLIS -- Some nights, it's been Maya Moore. Others, Seimone Augustus. Lindsay Whalen claimed her fair share of the spotlight this season, too.
But when each member of the Minnesota Lynx's top triumvirate has an equal hand in smacking an aspiring adversary in the mouth, it leaves a lasting, insurmountable mark.
What better time to do so than Thursday night in front...
Diana Taurasi planted a kiss on Seimone Augustus during Thursday night's game. The refs handed out a pair of technicals for what went down.
This has got to be a first for the WNBA, no? Diana Taurasi received a technical on Thursday night during the 4th quarter of the Western Conference Finals game between the Phoenix Mercury and the Minnesota Lynx after she kissed Seimone Augustus. You can see from the video that the two ladies got in each other’s faces and Diana took the road less traveled. The result was a whole...
MINNEAPOLIS --On the eve of their next postseason test, the honors continued to roll in for the Minnesota Lynx.
Guard Lindsay Whalen and forward Maya Moore were named Wednesday to the all-WNBA first team, and teammate Seimone Augustus snagged second-team honors. It's the third top-accolades recognition for Whalen, while Moore was named one of the league's five best players...
ATLANTA -- Angel McCoughtry drove the lane, sweeping right toward the basket as she breezed past the defender. She extended her arm out ... but the ball glanced off the rim and she could only watch as it bounced right to and awaiting Mystics player.
It was just that kind of night for the WNBA's most prolific scorer, and by the time she broke out of her funk, it was too late...
Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker has won the WNBA MVP, said a person familiar with the situation.
Parker will receive the award Thursday night in Los Angeles before the Sparks play the Phoenix Mercury in the opener of their Western Conference playoff series, the person said. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because no official announcement...
Via AP on Fox
September 19, 2013
Having already done enough to prolong her final season by at least a couple of games, Seattle Storm veteran Tina Thompson left one more lasting memory Saturday night.
The 38-year-old Thompson capped her 17th regular season with 22 points and eight rebounds in an 85-73 win over the Tulsa Shock.
Thompson made 7 of 17 shots from the field on a night the Storm (17-17) were in control...
Via AP on Fox
September 15, 2013
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In their first public photos with each other since it was revealed they were engaged, WNBA player Monica Wright and OKC’s Kevin Durant pose together at the beach: