Raiders Owner Mark Davis Expands Sports Empire After Move To Vegas, Buys WNBA's AcesAfter moving the Raiders out of the Bay Area, Mark Davis is expanding his sports empire in Las Vegas, buying the Aces from MGM Resorts International.
Pro Athletes' Stand Against Racial Violence Part Of A Long Tradition Of Protest That Includes KaepernickProfessional athletes took a stand Wednesday against the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a black man in Wisconsin, by boycotting scheduled games. This is not the first time athletes have used the national stage to bring awareness to racial injustice.
Reopening WNBA: Danville Star Sabrina Ionescu Happy Her WNBA Rookie Season Finally UnderwayI’m so glad the wait is finally over, Sabrina Ionescu wrote in her online diary. I hadn’t been able to play basketball since March when the coronavirus pandemic hit.
WNBA Season Opens July 25 With Weekend Dedicated To Black Lives Matter MovementThe league's opening weekend will see players using their voices and uniforms to raise awareness and seek justice for women and girls who have been the forgotten victims of police brutality and racial violence.
Walnut Creek Native Sabrina Ionescu Chosen No. 1 In Top Pick WNBA DraftWalnut Creek native Sabrina Ionescu was chosen as the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft Friday night, going to the New York Liberty.
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.
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.
Geno Auriemma Looks For 1000th Career WinGeno Auriemma looks to make history with his 1000th career win as UCONN takes on Oklahoma Tuesday night.
Former Stanford Star On WNBA: 'It Was Toxic For Me'In an interview with The San Diego Union-Tribune , Candice Wiggins said the culture in the league was "very, very harmful" and that she was targeted throughout her career for being heterosexual and popular.
5 Women Who Have Been Killin' It This SummerDid we forget who run the world?
5 Pump Up Songs Athletes Use, And You Should Too (Part 1)
Stanford’s Chiney Ogwumike Selected With Top Pick In WNBA DraftChiney Ogwumike was selected No. 1 by the Connecticut Sun in the WNBA draft Monday night. Ogwumike joined her sister Nneka, drafted by Los Angeles in 2012, as the only siblings to be chosen first in the WNBA.
Stanford Star Ogwumike Chosen 1st In WNBA Draft By LA SparksStanford star Nnemkadi Ogwumike was selected with the No. 1 pick in the WNBA draft by the Los Angeles Sparks on Monday.