The New York Liberty have acquired forward Swin Cash from the Atlanta Dream in exchange for forward Delisha Milton-Jones.
Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore led the list of players voted to start the 2014 WNBA All-Star Game, to be played Saturday, July 19 at US Airways Center in Phoenix.
Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi and New York Liberty center Tina Charles were selected as the WNBA's Players of the Week for the period from June 30 through July 6.
The Mercury have continued to thrive behind the stellar inside-outside duo of Brittney Griner and Diana Taurasi, while the rest of the WNBA is scrambling to figure out a way to match up with Phoenix's All-Star combo.
Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike and Atlanta Dream forward Sancho Lyttle were selected as the WNBA's Players of the Week for the period from June 24-29.
Shaquille O'Neal once held the Maricopa County sheriff posse badge in Maricopa County, but that time has come and gone and there is a new sheriff in town.
The Chicago Sky said Friday that Elena Delle Donne has gone home to Delaware to continue treatment for Lyme disease.
Angel McCoughtry of the Atlanta Dream and Brittney Griner of the Phoenix Mercury were named the WNBA's Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for the period ending June 22.
The early part of this season has indicated that the 2013 WNBA Draft may be considered the best in the league's history when all is said and done.
Skylar Diggins of the Tulsa Shock and Alex Bentley of the Connecticut Sun were named the WNBA's Western and Eastern Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played from June 9-15.
While the NBA crowned its new champion over the weekend, the WNBA still has a long way to go to determine which of the 12 teams will hoist the trophy at the season's end.
Atlanta Dream center Erika de Souza and Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi were named the WNBA's Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week on Monday.
Although the Western Conference entered the 2014 season with three viable title contenders, the Eastern Conference does not appear to have a weak link in its six-team field.
Minnesota's Maya Moore and Chicago's Elena Delle Donne have been chosen as the WNBA's top players for the month of May.
Connecticut's Chiney Ogwumike was named the WNBA's top rookie for the month of May.
Indiana Fever guard Briann January and Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen have been named the WNBA's Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week, respectively, for games played between May 26-June 1.
The Minnesota Lynx are again off to a strong start to the WNBA season.
The early stages of the WNBA season have painted a clear picture of what to expect the rest of the way.
The 18th WNBA season is underway, and the elite ladies provided plenty of riveting action on the opening weekend.
Connecticut hopes to make waves as well as the first overall pick from the WNBA Draft, Chiney Ogwumike, joins the fold. Alyssa Thomas (Washington) and Natasha Howard (Indiana) are also expected to make an impact immediately after serving as the Atlantic Coast Conference's marquee players a season ago for Maryland and Florida State, respectively.
To make their fourth consecutive trip to the WNBA Finals, the Lynx will have to overcome reigning MVP Candace Parker and the Los Angeles Sparks, along with Phoenix's dynamic one-two punch of Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner. Tulsa has high hopes for the 2014 Wade Trophy recipient and Griner's former college teammate, Odyssey Sims, who was selected second overall in the WNBA Draft in April.
New York Liberty guard Kamiko Williams will miss the 2014 WNBA season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in her right knee on Tuesday during training camp.
The Atlanta Dream acquired four-time All- Star Swin Cash from the Chicago Sky on Wednesday.
The Minnesota Lynx executed a sign-and- trade deal that sent guard Sugar Rodgers to the New York Liberty in exchange for the right to swap third-round picks in the 2015 WNBA Draft.
The Seattle Storm acquired two-time All- Star forward Crystal Langhorne from the Washington Mystics in a trade conducted during Monday's WNBA draft.
A blockbuster trade went down during Monday's WNBA Draft, with the Connecticut Sun trading 2012 league MVP Tina Charles to the New York Liberty for a package that included highly regarded rookie forward Alyssa Thomas.
Wooden Award winner Chiney Ogwumike was selected first overall by the Connecticut Sun as the 2014 WNBA Draft commenced at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and Casino.
French point guard Celine Dumerc has agreed to a multi-year contract with the Atlanta Dream.
The Seattle Storm have acquired forward Charde Houston from the Phoenix Mercury in exchange for the rights to center Ewelina Kobryn.
All-Star center Erika de Souza has re-signed with the Atlanta Dream.
The Seattle Storm re-signed forward Camille Little to a multi-year contract.
The Connecticut Sun signed All-Star guard Katie Douglas to a two-year contract with a third-year option on Monday.
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