– Moore, Paris, Taurasi All Win Respective Awards for First Time – – Taurasi First in WNBA History to Have Led League in Scoring, Assists During Career –   NEW YORK, August 19, 2014 – Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx, Courtney Paris of the Tulsa Shock and Diana Taurasi of the Phoenix Read More

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Minnesota's Maya Moore hasn't put her 2014 WNBA season into context just yet, but she will. She'll review the notes that she jots down after games, take stock of what consistently went right and what still needs work. She'll appreciate winning the league's MVP award and the scoring title. Read More

Maya Moore has been an elite player and a winner at every level — high school in Georgia, college at UConn, in the WNBA with the Minnesota Lynx and in the pro leagues in Europe and China.Read More

UNCASVILLE, Conn. — Minnesota forward Maya Moore has always enjoyed playing in Connecticut. She put on another show in the state at the league’s All-Star Game. Moore scored a record 30 points to lead the West to a 117-112 victory over the East on Saturday. She had eight straight Read More

UNCASVILLE — All-Star Game or no All-Star Game, a huge moment and a big stage or a small moment and nobody else around on the UConn campus, Tina Charles knows the Maya Moore look. “It’s like she’s possessed,” Charles said after Moore decided the 2015 WNBA All-Star Game Read More

Three-time champion with one Finals MVP. Four-time All-Star. One Most Valuable Player Award. Rookie Of The Year. Scoring Champ. Olympic Gold Medalist. Jordan Brand athlete. 26 years old.Read More

Five-time defending Olympic gold medalists, the 2016 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team this morning was announced in front of a nationally televised audience on NBC’s TODAY show during the United States Olympic Committee’s 100 Day Countdown celebration, and features nine returning Olympic Read More