Diana Taurasi of Phoenix Mercury will miss the rest of the season with a quadruple dynasty

5:43 PM ET Alexa FilippoESPN Close Covering women’s college basketball and the WNBA Previously covered by Hartford Courant’s UConn and WNBA Connecticut Sun A Stanford University graduate based in Baltimore with additional experience with the Dallas Morning News, The Seattle Times and the Cincinnati Inquirer Diana Taurasia three-time WNBA champion and all-time top scorer, will … Read more

Explainer: Why do WNBA players go abroad to play in the off-season

Russia has been a popular destination for WNBA players like Brittney Griner over the past two decades because of the money they can make playing there in the winter. With top players earning more than $1 million — nearly four times what they could make as a base salary in the WNBA — Griner, Breanna … Read more