Brittney Griner News
Will hyped Baylor freshmen go from local rivals to perfect pair?
WACO, Texas -- Lauren Cox learned very quickly that Natalie Chou has a voracious appetite, will sing along to anything that comes on the radio and won't put a skateboard down until she has learned how to skate. Before they became roommates at Baylor this summer, Cox and Chou mostly knew each other
Defending champion Sparks lead AP Power poll, Lynx second
Los Angeles and Minnesota still sit in top two spots in The Associated Press WNBA power poll
How good can the Mystics be with Elena Delle Donne?
If you've been a Washington Mystics fan for any length of time, you've probably either expanded your sense of gallows humor or developed it. It's been a necessary quality in supporting a franchise that in its 19 seasons has been all over the map -- sometimes seeming to have a good plan, sometimes
Lynx must be even better to close out series in Phoenix
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- She should have been happy, but that's not the way newly named WNBA Coach of the Year Cheryl Reeve operates. Scanning a stat sheet on the way to the postgame news conference Friday, Reeve appeared puzzled, as if the numbers didn't add up. But she couldn't figure out why. In a
Phoenix knows getting defensive is a must against Minnesota
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The Mercury reviewed video of their 113-95 loss to the Lynx in Game 1 of the WNBA semifinals before a light practice Thursday at the Xcel Energy Center. Brittney Griner hardly needed the visual reminder of something that bugged her. In 27 minutes Wednesday in Game 1, the 6-foot-8
Lindsay Whalen, Lynx right at home in Xcel Center in Game 1 win
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- It's a Minnesota father-daughter tradition. Every March, if Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen is home instead of playing overseas, she and her dad, Neil, take in an early day of the state high school hockey tournament at the Xcel Energy Center. A scheduling conflict at the Target
Top seeds Lynx, Sparks look to hold off challengers
The Sparks have felt underestimated all year, and that might not change as we head into a new chapter of the WNBA postseason with two best-of-five semifinal series. The Minnesota-Phoenix matchup pits teams that have won six of the last nine WNBA titles. The other semifinal, Los Angeles versus
Diana Taurasi scores 26 points, Mercury beat Sparks 70-66
PHOENIX -- Diana Taurasi scored 26 points and made two free throws with 8 seconds left to ice the Phoenix Mercury's 70-66 victory over the Los Angeles Sparks on Sunday night. The Mercury (12-14) had their largest lead at 64-55 on Brittney Griner's basket with 6:33 left and Los Angeles went
U.S. women's basketball on pace to break the points record set by 1996 team
The booing started late in the second quarter, once the crowd grew tired of watching the Chinese team get relentlessly pounded. At the beginning of the game, the fans, most of whom were Brazilian, gamely rooted for both sides -- but when Brittney Griner scored an easy layup, boosting the U.S.