The WNBA's Labor Market Is A Sports Owner's Dream

Beginning in 1879, sports owners began to conspire to change the labor market for professional athletes. And these changes were created to make life better for the owners.

By David Berri

Preparing for life without the Dynamic Duo

Skylar and Liz finished their season with a collective 40.9 points per game, making them the second-highest scoring duo in the league. With this change in the roster and make-up of one of last season’s youngest and most exciting teams, questions abound for the franchise: Who will emerge as the leader? Who will gain more minutes? Who is going to be depended upon offensively?

By Dorothy J. Gentry

Why Core Player Designation is Hurting WNBA Free Agency

When WNBA free agency rolls around every February, there’s hardly a bleep on the Twitter radar. It’s often overlooked by mainstream media sports outlets, and the discussion over player movement is over as quickly as it begins.

By Lyndsey Darcangelo

Dallas Wings Begin Rebuild As WNBA Gears Up

“We have some decisions to make with our roster…There are some quality people out there in free agency that we want to contact.”” said new Head Coach Brian Agler less than a month ago when he was introduced. Just who those ‘quality people’ are remains to be seen as the free agency process gets underway. 

By Dorothy J. Gentry

Maybe It Is Time The WNBA Told People It Is Successful

Once again, the data says that people are coming to the WNBA in bigger numbers than the NBA saw at the same point in its history. So why are some people demanding that the league is not doing well?

By David Berri

Napheesa Collier Shouldn't Have To Play Four Years Of College Basketball

On an NCAA championship team led by Breanna Stewart, Collier only played 653 minutes. But in these minutes her box score statistics were worth 5.6 wins. So, per minute, Collier did more for the Huskies than first pick of the 2018 NBA draft (DeAndre Ayton).

By David Berri