The WNBA season tips off Friday. There are three distinct tiers this season—title contenders, the battle for the final playoff spots and the teams expected to be in pole position to land the top pick in next year's draft. Where does your team fall?
Sue Bird could miss much of the 2019 season, if not the entire season, with a knee injury. The surgery’s estimated recovery is 8-10 weeks, and dependent on rehabilitation, the super-vet and WNBA legend may or may not return.
“We’re thrilled with the deal that we were able to do. ... Moriah (Jefferson) and Isabelle (Harrison) were the two players we identified when we started this process back in January,” Dallas Wings president and CEO Greg Bibb said.
What does Chiney Ogwumike's surprising trade to the Sparks for a 2020 first-rounder mean for L.A. and Connecticut? An Ogwumike reunion and a crowded frontcourt in Los Angeles and a chance for Kristine Anigwe to step up for the Sun.