. . .

Category: WNBA

New season, new stories, new weekly rebound

I’ve decided to change up the way I’m boxing out (writing), to make rebounding easier so that you can collect as much information as possible about this beautiful league. The power rankings will now take up most of this article but every week I’ll dive into a different aspect of the game, this week being […]

WNBA 2019 season preview

Photo courtesy of Bleacher Report. Opening tip-off is just around the corner and WNBA fans are ready to jump. An eventful offseason has seen stars change teams, return from injury and get injured while overseas.Over the next three and a half months stars will rise and fall, top athletes will show off their skills and […]

WNBA player Xan Hu unfazed by high expectations

Han Xu high-fiving fellow rookie Kia Nurse during the New York City Liberty against China National Team game Thursday, May 9, 2019. (Photo Credit: Corey Sipkin.) Han Xu, a WNBA rookie, was drafted to the New York Liberty as the 14th overall pick. Playing in a city with a large market grants her the opportunity […]

A look at the upcoming WNBA draft

Photo courtesy of Sporting News. Following the excitement of March Madness is the 2019 WNBA Draft, taking place at 7:00 p.m. on April 10th at the Nike Headquarters in New York City. Picking first will be the Las Vegas Aces, who won the draft lottery last August. This marks the third year in a row […]

WNBA 2018 comes to a close

Nothing groundbreaking in that headline after Breanna Stewart was named WNBA MVP for both the regular season and the finals after leading the Seattle Storm to the best record in the league (26-8) and their third WNBA title. Although the finals were a little anticlimactic with only one game decided by fewer than 13 points, […]

A fresh finals: Seattle Storm vs. Washington Mystics

There are some new teams meeting in the finals. The Washington Mystics will make their first appearance in team history, while Seattle hasn’t made it this far since 2010 when they beat Atlanta. In what had been a highly entertaining regular season, the excitement carried over to the semi-finals. Seattle needed three chances to pick […]

Semi-finals have arrived

With the single elimination format eliminating the Sun, Sparks, Lynx and Wings, we have the matchups set for the best of five semifinals. Seattle will host the Mercury who are playing some of their best basketball of the season, especially DeWanna Bonner, but will face the league’s top team. In the other series the Mystics […]

Weekly Rebound: Playoff Edition

The playoffs are just around the corner, so it is time for a little change to the rebound this week — we’ll take a close look at each team in the league. For the playoff teams I’ll give you a reason to support them and why they will be crowned the champion this season. The […]