Griner’s detention in Russia and her eventual release was a flashpoint that revealed racism, sexism and homophobia.
We as fans have a chance to give Briner a hero’s welcome when the season tips off on May 19.
Fans in Phoenix and across the league will once again be able to cheer on BG in the 2023 season.
Despite Griner’s situation, some WNBA stars say they’re amenable to the idea.
An American is coming home weeks before Christmas. That’s great to see.
Griner faces the end of her career in Russian prison, now waits to see if a prisoner-trade deal can be found.
Becky Hammon continues to blaze a trail for women and LGBT people in sports.
The White House reiterates to Cherelle Griner that bringing the WNBA star home from Russia is a "front of mind" priority.
Down two games to none, Miller still has an opportunity to become the first out gay male coach to win a pro sports championship.
The Connecticut Sun and Las Vegas Aces are giving LGBTQ sports fans plenty to root for.
Cries of "Thank you Sue!" rang throughout Climate Pledge Arena, as Seattle Storm fans said goodbye to one of the game’s all-time greats.
Parker couldn’t tell her daughter to be herself without living her own authentic life.
U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said Wednesday the Biden administration had made a "substantial proposal" to free Griner.
Years after the historic Olympic dream team and the birth of the WNBA, how has women’s basketball evolved its relationship with the LGBTQ community?
As Griner’s detainment persists, the sports world is raising the volume.
The star WNBA guard never shies away from speaking her mind.
LGBTQ romance is now part of the in-game experience.
1 in 5 WNBA players are publicly out as LGBTQ, possibly the highest of any pro league in the world.
The U.S. reclassified Griner as "wrongfully detained" by Russia.
The undisputed WNBA MVP returned to the floor this year, and enjoyed the best season of her illustrious career.
The Minnesota Lynx head coach has been on Team USA’s staff since 2014.
Among the 25 players the WNBA identified as the league’s greatest of all time, nine identify as LGBTQ.
Despite acceptance Candace Parker is coming out just now, helping understand why some athletes stay in the closet
Parker is revealing her two-year marriage to her wife. She’s seen widespread WNBA acceptance for years.
Parker announced that she and her wife are expecting their first child together.
The Chicago Sky overcame the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday afternoon to win its first championship title in the team’s history.
She was named the WNBA’s "GOAT" and saw her new daughter come into the world, but the Sky rained on the Mercury in Game 1 of the WNBA Finals.
The out legends are two of the greatest and most consequential players in WNBA history.