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.
After Internet Firestorm, Arenas Triples Down on WNBA CommentsAfter drawing the ire of the Internet, Gilbert Arenas doubles and triples down on WNBA comments.
Gilbert Arenas: WNBA Would Attract More Viewers with Prettier PlayersGilbert Arenas says more people would watch the WNBA if it had fewer players "looking like cast members from Orange Is The New Black."
Capitals, Wizards, Mystics Join Virtual Reality Training RevolutionA generation of professional athletes raised on video games will now be able to train in a simulated 3-D virtual reality.
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)
WNBA Study Finds 1 In 4 Lesbians Watch GamesThe WNBA commissioned a study that found that 25 percent of lesbians watch on TV while 21 percent have attended a game.
Washington's Longest-Tenured Athlete: Crystal LanghorneWhen Crystal Langhorne committed to play basketball at Maryland in 2003, Joe Gibbs had yet to return to the Redskins, Alex Ovechkin was playing amateur hockey in Moscow, and the Nationals were still the Montreal Expos.
Obama Honors WNBA Champs, Touts Indiana Fever Players As Daughter's Role ModelsPresident Barack Obama honored the WNBA champion Indiana Fever on Friday, calling the players role models for young athletes — even those on his daughter Sasha's basketball team.
Former Mystics Star Holdsclaw Accused Of Shooting Into Ex-Girlfriend's CarFormer Washington Mystics and WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw is in custody after being accused of shooting into a woman's car after using a bat to break its windows.
Mystics Take Natalie Novosel & LaSondra Barrett In WNBA DraftThe Washington Mystics have not enjoyed on court success the last couple of seasons. In an effort to change that, they had two top-ten picks in the first round of the WNBA Draft on Monday.