Wife of WNBA star Brittney Greiner said the scheduled call never happened because the embassy was without staff

Sheryl Greiner said Monday that Britney Greiner tried to call her wife nearly a dozen times through the US Embassy in Russia on the couple’s fourth anniversary on Saturday, but they never called because the embassy’s phone line was not staffed. The couple have not spoken on the phone in the four months since Grenier … Read more

The WNBA should establish an advisory committee for undergraduates, like men

In 1997, NBA The University Advisory Committee (UAC) was formed in consultation with the NCAA. It came when high school students started jumping straight into the NBA, and with early entry into the NBA draft it became more and more popular. At the request of college players, the committee submitted confidential assessments and assessments of … Read more

After years of disdain for LGBTQ+ fans, the WNBA is the sport’s most welcoming league

Jean DiMarco was 11 years old when he was WNBA It was launched in 1997. She was a fan of UConn women’s basketball while growing up in Connecticut and loved collecting baseball and basketball cards with her family. But once I reported to the WNBA, I started adding league player cards to the mix. “It … Read more

The documentary “Dream On” tells how the 1996 US women’s Olympic team helped launch the WNBA

June 15, 2022 Michel VoebelESPN.com Close Mechelle Voepel covers WNBA, women’s basketball and other college sports for espnW. Voepel began covering women’s basketball in 1984, and has been with ESPN since 1996. Editor’s Note: Follow this link To watch the first episode of “Dream On”. NEW YORK – A quarter century after helping lead the … Read more

Why Connecticut Sun-Washington Mystics Is The Must-Watch WNBA Game This Weekend Minnesota Lynx May Be A Lost Cause

June 16, 2022 Alexa FilippoESPN Close Covering women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered by Hartford Courant’s UConn and WNBA Connecticut Sun A Stanford University graduate based in Baltimore with additional experience with the Dallas Morning News, The Seattle Times and the Cincinnati Inquirer The WNBA may be a third of the way through … Read more

WNBA legend Sue Bird retires after this season: ‘I’m going to miss him’

12:00 PM Eastern Time Alexa FilippoESPN Close Covering women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered by Hartford Courant’s UConn and WNBA Connecticut Sun A Stanford University graduate based in Baltimore with additional experience with the Dallas Morning News, The Seattle Times and the Cincinnati Inquirer WNBA legend Sue Bird, the league’s assisting assists leader, … Read more

WNBA legend Sue Bird retires after this season

12:00 PM Eastern Time Alexa FilippoESPN Close Covering women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered by Hartford Courant’s UConn and WNBA Connecticut Sun A Stanford graduate who is a native of Baltimore and has additional experience with the Dallas Morning News, The Seattle Times and the Cincinnati Inquirer WNBA legend Sue Bird, the league’s … Read more

Women’s Fantasy Basketball – Time to worry about Les Campage’s production?

1:07 p.m. ET Eric MoodyESPN Who’s trending in fantasy women’s basketball? What are variable cycles? What are the latest notable injuries around the WNBA? Here’s a league look at the most fictional news and notes for all 12 teams. Atlanta Dream Ryan Howard He’s having an epic rookie season. Great stats include 16.5 PPG, 4.0 … Read more