The WNBA’s All-Star weekend just went off without a hitch, and the Seattle Storm caused quite the buzz leading up to it! The team rallied in support of Planned Parenthood and the NBA, Gabrielle Union and more stars showed their love!
She’s one of the most decorated champions in the WNBA and on June 18, Diana Taurasi added another title to her resume. The Phoenix Mercury star is now the WNBA’s top scorer, so get to know all about this amazing baller.
The WNBA season is finally here! All of the action kicks off on May 13 and HollywoodLife.com has everything you need to know! From the epic match-ups to the MVP candidates, click inside to get all the info on the 2017 WNBA season!
What an incredible game! The Los Angeles Sparks are the new WNBA Champs with an incredibly tight victory over the Minnesota Lynx in a battle for the ages. Both teams were so evenly matched and incredibly talented, but ultimately it was the Sparks that emerged triumphant with a score of 77-76.
It’s all come down to one game! The Minnesota Lynx and the Los Angeles Sparks are playing for the WNBA championship in a dramatic game five Oct. 20 and you definitely don’t want to miss any of the action. Keep reading for all the details of how you can watch on live stream!
With her monumental WNBA career coming to a close, Tamika Catchings is looking forward to her next big role — motherhood. The basketball superstar tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that retirement won’t be boring, because she and her husband will be busy running after little ones!
This is a big year for Tamika Catchings, 36. Not only is she adjusting to life as a newlywed, but she just released her first book, “Catch A Star”, and it’s a must-read. HollywoodLife.com caught up with the Indiana Fever star who revealed what’s her next big endeavor after she retires from the WNBA at the end of the season.
Only a month after getting hitched, the WNBA’s Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson have announced they are expecting their first child. You can bet that this little one will be dribbling between their legs in no time — so amazing!
WNBA stars, Glory Johnson and wife Brittney Griner may compete on the basketball court, but they won’t be this upcoming season, because the pair are expecting their first child together! Glory will take the 2015 season off, in order to carry their precious little one. How wonderful!