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Known more commonly as the WNBA, the Women’s National Basketball Association is the female counterpart of the more widely known NBA. Establish on April 22, 1996, the WNBA features 12 teams representing different states around the United States. While initially viewed as the direct counterpart to the established male division, the NBA, the WNBA is currently an independent league and has enjoyed a lot of success in its own right.

Over the years, the league has attracted some of the top basketball talents from around the world, featuring most of the women’s basketball greats with names such as Sheryl Swoopes, Lisa Leslie, Elena Della Donne, Diana Taurasi, Sue Bird, and many others. Of the 12 teams in the WNBA, 9 of those have direct NBA counterparts playing for the same state: Indiana Fever, Minnesota Lynx, Los Angeles Sparks, New York Liberty, Phoenix Mercury, Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky, Dallas Wings, and the Washington Mystics.


  • First Player Signed: Sheryl Swoopes
  • First Points Scored: Penny Toler
  • First Triple-Double: Sheryl Swoopes
  • First Dunk: Lisa Leslie
  • First 50-40-90 season: Elena Delle Donne
  • Most Career Points: Diana Taurasi (8931)


  • Seattle Storm: Founded in the year 2000, the Seattle Storm is owned by Force 10 Hoops LLC. The organization has won 3 championships in its years of existence and has been home to many of the league’s stars such as Breanna Stewart, Sue Bird, Betty Lennox, Lauren Jackson, and Swin Cash. Clearly a championship contender on a yearly basis. The Seattle Storm, at one point, was the sister team of the Seattle SuperSonics.
  • Phoenix Mercury: The sister team of the Pheonix Suns, the Pheonix Mercury is definitely one of the consistent contenders for the title on a yearly basis. Playing in the Western Conference, this team is one of the eight of the original franchises since the league's inauguration in 1997. In its twenty years, the organization has qualified for the playoffs eleven times and has brought home the championship trophy thrice. The Mercury has featured high-quality players such as Diana Taurasi, Cappie Pondexter, Candice Dupree, and more recently, Brittney Griner and Skylar Diggins.
  • Los Angeles Sparks: The Los Angles Sparks is another founding member of the WNBA. Although unaffiliated with neither the Los Angeles Lakers nor the Los Angeles Clippers, the Sparks have the privilege of also being a winning organization, being the last franchise to win back-to-back titles in 2001 and 2002 as well as bringing home a third trophy in 2016. In their years of functioning, the team has featured WNBA Legends in Lisa Leslie, Tina Thompson, and Candace Parker.
  • Chicago Sky: Based in Chicago, the Chicago Sky is one of the newer WNBA franchises as it was founded before the 2006 WNBA season. Owned by Michael Alter, the team is unaffiliated with the Chicago Bulls despite playing in the same market. Additionally, the team has had some great young players in Diamond DeShields, Kahleah Copper, Courtney Vandersloot, and Allie Quigly.
  • Connecticut Sun: Despite not yet winning a WNBA championship, the Connecticut Sun have had multiple productive runs in the league. The team first started as the sister team to the NBA’s Orlando Magic. On the brink of disbanding, the team was then bought by the Mohegan Indian Tribe, becoming the first Native American tribe to own a professional sports franchise. The team has featured some of the WNBA’s most prolific scorers in Margo Dydek, Lindsay Whalen, Katie Douglas, and Nykesha Sales. Margo Dydek also has the pleasure of being inducted into the FIBA Hall of Fame.


  • Diana Taurasi: Diana Taurasi was the first overall pick in the 2004 WNBA draft. Her resume includes Rookie of the Year, three WNBA championships, the WNBA Most Valuable Player, two Finals Most Valuable Player awards, four Olympic Gold Medals, five Scoring Titles, three FIBA World Cups, as well as nine All-Star teams and ten All-WNBA teams.
  • Candace Parker: The first overall pick in the 2008 WNBA draft. In 2016, Parker helped the Sparks win their first WNBA Finals title since 2002. Her resume includes a WNBA championship, a WNBA Finals MVP, two-time WNBA MVP, five-time WNBA All-Star, Rookie of the Year among others. When all is said and done, Candace Parker will surely go down as one of the best to ever play the game.
  • Maya Moore: Drafted as the first pick in the 2011 draft, Maya Moore has spent the majority of her career playing for the Minnesota Lynx. In her WNBA time, Maya Moore has won the WNBA championship no less than four times, as well as a WNBA MVP and WNBA Finals MVP once. Moore also won the Rookie of the Year Awards.
  • Brittney Griner: In her college days, Brittney Griner was the first person to score 2,000 points and block 500 shots. She also holds the NCAA record for in-game dunks in her career with 18 total dunks. So far in her career, Brittney Griner scores 17 points per game, 3 blocks per game, and 7.3 rebounds per game. Standing 6’8”, Griner is an absolute monster in the post.
  • Elena Delle Donne: WNBA champion and two-time WNBA MBP Elena Delle Donne is a bonafide superstar. Delle Done is the 2013 Rookie of the Year and the first WNBA player to have a 50% field goal percentage, 40% three-point percentage, as well as a 90% free throw percentage.


  • Bill Laimbeer: Primarily known for his time as a Piston, Bill Laimbeer made his name in WNBA history as the head coach of the Detroit Shock, New York Liberty, and Las Vegas Aces. As the head coach, Laimbeer is a three-time WNBA Champion, two-time WNBA Coach of the Year, and All-Star Game Head Coach.
  • Derek Fisher: Derek Fisher is primarily known as a Los Angeles Laker and his playing time with NBA Legend Kobe Bryant. Derek Fisher is the head coach for the Los Angeles Sparks and has a winning record of 22 wins and 12 losses.
  • Mike Thibault: With the most wins in WNBA history, Mike Thibault is a three-time WNBA Coach of the Year and has coached in four WNBA finals. Thibault is a WNBA Champion, WBL Coach of the Year, Chinese Basketball Association Champion, and a three-time winner of the WNBA Coach of the Year Award.

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