by Lindsay Gibbs Jul 25, 2016
"We will not be silenced. The fines will not deter us from the issues at hand."
by Lindsay Gibbs Jul 21, 2016 Updated: Jul 24, 2016
The Phoenix Mercury, Indiana Fever, and New York Liberty will be fined $5,000, while the participating players will be fined $500 each.
by Lindsay Gibbs Jul 12, 2016
The head of the Minneapolis police union praised the officers for their decision to quit.
by Lindsay Gibbs May 17, 2016
The offseason is supposed to be a time for improvement. In the WNBA, it's a time to cash in.
by Lindsay Gibbs Oct 15, 2015
“They filled the gap, not just for people who like basketball and want to support women’s sports, but for people who think winning is nice."
by Lindsay Gibbs Sep 22, 2015
“Personally, I think it shows a real lack of confidence in the Mystics and their fans.”
by Travis Waldron Oct 7, 2014
The NBA's new TV deal is a big win for the league and its owners -- but it extends the WNBA's current TV agreement too.
by Alex Leichenger May 1, 2014
It's easy to feel good about the last year of progress for LGBT people in sports. But plenty of challenges remain.
by Jessica Luther - Guest Contributor Sep 12, 2013
The WNBA is marketing an openly gay player. Another WNBA player is speaking out against LGBT rights. Are women's sports progressing as much as we think?
by Travis Waldron Jul 3, 2013