The Seattle Storm won the coveted #1 pick in next years 2016 WNBA draft. Just a year after they selected Jewell Loyd with the #1 pick and Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis at #3 will they finally leave behind their recent trend of mediocrity? Will the emerald city once again be one of the best cities to play in? Will their loyal fans flock back and fill Key Arena? [Read more…]
Thank you for visiting www.womensbasketball247.com! After losing one of the most promising women’s basketball websites, I took the opportunity to create a place where women’s basketball fans can stay updated on what their favorite players, leagues and teams are doing all over the world.
Many fans and players will agree that women’s basketball could use a little more media coverage. Although grateful for the hard work that many journalists, analysts, and tv personalities put into our league and players I want even more people excited about women’s basketball and what we have to offer! I decided to build a site that will not only bring you scores from around the world, but personal stories, blogs, videos, and much more.
Assuring fans everywhere that “there is no off season” for their love of the game I want you to have the chance to experience all aspects of a female professional basketball player. You will soon realize that many players play year round and although our schedules can be grueling at times our love for the game supersedes any doubts we may ever have about what we are doing! Thank you for all of your support and I look forward to growing the game with you! Make sure you give us a follow on twitter @womensbball247!
All the best,
It’s hard to argue against an organization winning three championships in five years being called a dynasty. This is exactly what Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx have done. They are your 2015 WNBA champions. In what was up until game five an exciting series against the Indiana Fever ended with the number 1 seed in the west dominating in all aspects of the game. Indiana was finally able to slow down Maya Moore holding her to just five points on 1-8 shooting but it wasn’t the legend in the making that sealed this game. It was a midseason acquisition by the name of Sylvia Fowles who was fittingly named finals MVP who held down the fort during this game. Fowles finished the game with 20 points and 11 rebounds and most definitely the defining moment of her decorated career. [Read more…]