Recap: Dominant IV earns Thunder “W”

Highlights: OKC 121, ATL 114 Correspondents Notebook Thunder 121, Hawks 114 The Big Picture All Night in Atlanta, Thunder received a response. First, it was 7-0 in the second quarter to keep the Falcons in check. Then, after OKC started shooting 0-for-8 in the third quarter, it used a 25-15 turnover to close out the … Read more

Brittney Griner: Where’s the WNBA star’s anger?

Sometime today 2018 WNBA MVP and two-time champion Brianna Stewart will fire off a tweet. It will be almost Similar to the tweet I posted yesterdayand the day before and every day for a few months. The only difference will be the gradual change of the number. This is what he will say: It’s been … Read more

Kelsey Plum wants to defend players, such as facing the “big challenge” in the Aces’ 2023 schedule

Kelsey Bloom Don’t underestimate any of its opportunities. Not success – and I’ve had plenty in the last 16 months – and not the sponsorship or partnership contracts I’ve been swollen by. It’s a step forward for the sport and the next for Bloom, 28, could greatly affect those for the game. “It’s not official,” … Read more

WNBA Schedule 2023-12 Regular Season Matches to Watch

November 30, 2022 MA VoepelESPN.com Close MA Voepel covers the 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. The WNBA in 2023 will have 40 regular season games, the most in league history. Major events will not affect the next … Read more

WNBA teams will play a standard 40-game schedule in 2023

NEW YORK — The league announced Wednesday that WNBA teams will play a standard 40-game schedule during the 2023 season, which begins May 19. All 12 teams will play games during opening weekend, including the Sparks and new coach Kurt Miller hosting the Phoenix Mercury as one of four games on Opening Night. The regular … Read more

WNBA 2023 schedule: 12 must-see regular season games

The WNBA will have it in 2023 40 regular season games, the most in league history. Major events will not affect the next summer or fall league calendar, with no Olympics or FIBA ​​World Cup. More stringent Priority lists come into effect, which means late season access will be prohibited. and with Five of the … Read more