Chicago Sky Pick Oregon Forward Ruthy Hebard In WNBA Virtual DraftThe WNBA held its virtual draft Friday night, and the Chicago Sky took Oregon forward Ruthy Hebard – eighth overall.
DePaul's Chante Stonewall Hopes To Be Selected In WNBA Draft Friday NightDePaul University basketball player Chante Stonewall, the biggest defensive player of the year and also their top scorer this past season, is hoping to be selected Friday night in the WNBA Draft.
Horsing Around With NBA, WNBA Players This Sunday 'No Dunking Allowed'It was a lot harder to put together than we ever thought. It's up and running.
Northwestern Wildcats' Abi Scheid Didn't Get A Tournament, But Hopes To Hear Name Called In WNBA DraftNorthwestern Wildcats women’s basketball sharpshooter Abi Scheid led the nation in three-point shooting.
WNBA's 8-Year Labor Deal To Hike Average Salary To $130,000The contract, which begins this season and runs through 2027, will pay players an average of $130,000 and guarantees full salaries while on maternity leave. The collective bargaining agreement also provides enhanced family benefits, travel standards and other health and wellness improvements.
Wade Is Named WNBA's Coach Of The YearWade is the first-ever Chicago Sky head coach to win the award.
CBS Sports, WNBA Announce Multi-Year Television PartnershipThe WNBA regular season begins May 24th, with CBS Sports Network to air its first game between the Minnesota Lynx and Chicago Sky May 25th.
Pacers Hire NBA's 1st Female Assistant General Manager"She is very well respected in all basketball circles and she has great knowledge of our entire operation, so when we looked at this position, it made complete sense to just look in our own building."
Lynx Assistant Wade Hired As Chicago Sky CoachThe 43-year-old Wade was an assistant with the San Antonio Stars from 2012-16 before joining the Lynx.
Amber Stocks Out As Coach, GM Of Chicago SkyThe Sky said the search for a new coach will begin "immediately."
Lynx Commemorate 2017 Championship With Community Service In WashingtonAfter winning their fourth WNBA championship in 2017, the Minnesota Lynx are celebrating their title differently in the nation's capital this year.