Dream sold to group after pressure on Loeffler
Real estate investor Larry Gottesdiener has been approved as the head of a new three-member ownership group of the WNBA's Atlanta Dream that also includes former player Renee Montgomery.
Black women are taking over the footwear industry
These stars in sports, music or fashion double as designers, trend leaders and representatives for major brands
WNBA mock draft: Texas' Collier projected to go No. 1
The No. 1 pick changed hands, but Charli Collier still tops the WNBA draft board after a lot of free-agency movement.
WNBA free agency grades: Sky, Aces score top marks
Chicago, Dallas, Las Vegas and Washington received A grades, while Indiana, Los Angeles and Seattle bring up the bottom of the report card.
What Wednesday's blockbuster WNBA trades mean and how they impact each team
A busy day in free agency left the No. 1 pick in Dallas, New York perhaps bound for the playoffs and Seattle no longer the favorite to repeat.
Lapchick: WNBA sets remarkable standard for racial and gender hiring
The WNBA players were front and center on issues of social and racial justice in 2020. Behind the scenes, the league pushed the bar even higher on diversity in its hiring practices.
Free agent Sue Bird will be back with Seattle Storm -- just not right away
Sue Bird will remain in Seattle, for less money, as the Storm resolve their salary cap. Some insiders say the WNBA needs its own Bird exception.
What does Candace Parker's move mean for the Sky, Sparks and the WNBA?
After spending her entire 13-year career with the Sparks, Chicago native Candace Parker is headed to the Sky as an unrestricted free agent.
What does the Dream's new ownership group mean for women's sports?
Sarah Spain and Monica McNutt react to the Atlanta Dream's new ownership group, which involves Renee Montgomery, and what this means for women in sports moving forward.
Ten days before she turns 40, point guard Sue Bird steered the Storm to their fourth title, breaking records along the way.
Drawing on the most difficult challenges she faced as a CEO, Cathy Engelbert navigated the WNBA through a pandemic in her first full year on the job.