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2012 WNBA Most Improved Player Rankings: How Much Better Has Kristi Toliver Been This Season?

Every year I say that the WNBA Most Improved Player award shouldn't be about improved situations but improvements in basketball ability. Either way, players can become more productive but the most...

Silver Stars' Outstanding Ball Control Helps Them Win Fourth Straight


Season-highs for Danielle Adams and Sophia Young were a significant factor in the San Antonio Silver Stars overcoming a poor shooting night against the Phoenix Mercury last night, but the team's...

2012 WNBA Most Improved Player Watch: Five Players Who Have Had Early-Season Success


All reports out of Chicago are that the Sky were more than happy not to endure another thriller in beating the Seattle Storm on Wednesday evening.Nevertheless, Sky guard Epiphanny Prince still...

2012 WNBA MVP Watch: Sylvia Fowles Leads Early Season Candidates


Teammates Sylvia Fowles and Epiphanny Prince have carried the Chicago Sky to a franchise-best 4-1 start.

DeWanna Bonner, Epiphanny Prince Claim WNBA Player of the Week Awards


Epiphanny Prince of the Chicago Sky and DeWanna Bonner of the Phoenix Mercury were named the WNBA’s Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week presented by Boost Mobile, respectively, for games played May 28-June 3. Prince's exploits over the weekend included setting and breaking her own career-high, with 33 points in a thrilling win against Atlanta. Bonner ranked third in the WNBA in rebounds (10.7 rpg) and fourth in scoring (20.7 ppg) as Phoenix posted a 1-2 record. She also ranked second in minutes (36.3 mpg), trailing only Prince. For more on what each did this weekend, check out our weekend roundup.

2011 WNBA "All-Playoff" Team: Which Players Did The Most For Their Teams In The Post-Season?


While Atlanta Dream forward Angel McCoughtry got the spotlight for her scoring performances in the 2011 WNBA Finals, point guard Lindsey Harding was more quietly one of the main reasons they got...

2011 WNBA Award Winners List: MVP Tamika Catchings Led All Vote Getters For Her Sixth All-WNBA First Team Selection


The WNBA has been announcing a number of deserving awards recipients for the 2011 season. Here is a listing of all of the awards announced thus far.

DeWanna Bonner Three-Peats for Sixth Woman Honors


In what is becoming one of the most unsurprising awards announcements, Phoenix' DeWanna Bonner is Sixth Woman of the Year again. The five-season old award has now gone to Bonner 60% of the time it has been in existence and every season she has been in the league. Bonner got 20 of the 40 panel votes. Others receiving consideration were Essence Carson (8 votes), Kara Lawson (8 votes), Jessica Davenport (3 votes) and Jia Perkins (1 vote).

2011 WNBA Awards (Part 3b): Defensive Player of the Year & All-Defensive Team Selections


The Seattle Storm defense allowed the least points per possession in the league this season and it was even more of a team effort this season with center Lauren Jackson out for most of the season

2011 WNBA Awards (Part 1): MVP, All-WNBA, Rookie of the Year, Sixth Woman, Most Improved Player


The most difficult part of figuring out end of season awards is that no matter who you select someone will take it as a slight to their favorite player.That's especially true this year as you get...

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