former player

Wings Assistant Coach Follows Fate Into WNBA Career

A six-time WNBA All-Star and two-time WNBA champion, McWilliams-Franklin began her WNBA career in 1999 as the third selection (third round, 32nd overall pick) of the Orlando Miracle, now known as the Connecticut Sun.

By Dorothy Gentry

WNBA Rookie Report v6

By Cayla McMorris

Liberty's Struggles This Season Begin On Offense

Unless New York has a miracle turnaround in the second half of the season, one akin to their 10-game winning streak to close out the 2017 season, the Liberty will not be in the playoffs after finishing with the best record in the East for the last three seasons.

By Patrick Ralph

Coaching Keeps Competitive Juices Flowing For Smith

Laimbeer called Smith to get her into coaching. Despite not initially wanting to pursue a coaching career, Smith joined Laimbeer’s staff as an assistant coach. After two seasons on the bench, Laimbeer promoted Smith to be his associate head coach.

By Pat Ralph