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Basketball is one of the most loved games in the world, and there's a lot of reasons that fans are always heading out to the arena to see this fantastic game played. This season of the Women's National Basketball Association should be yet another fantastic example of why women's basketball in general appears to be on the rise in the United States of America. The WNBA is ready to serve up a ton of great matchups this season for fans of the sport and league to enjoy from their seats in the stands.

Some of the best women's athletes in the world will hit the court throughout the WNBA's regular season to compete at the highest level of women's basketball. These ladies are fundamentally sound and add a flash to the game that makes the crowds sizzle. The chance to see these female ballers hit the hardwood is something that basketball fans simply cannot afford. With the best players dotting rosters throughout the league, there's always an opportunity to see an amazing talent wherever you live in the United States.

Things really heat up when the best teams in the WNBA head to the playoffs. Only the top teams in the league get to extend their season to the postseason for the chance to win the WNBA title. That's when fans of the game will see the best basketball of the season, as these athletes compete for the ultimate prize in their sport.


Basketball was invented by Dr. James Naismith in 1891, and his rules remain the foundation on which the modern game is built. The game infiltrated high school athletics in the latter part of the 1890s and colleges started forming teams just after the turn of the century. The first women's college basketball game was played in 1893 and the sport began to spread to universities around the United States from there. However, it wasn't until 1996 that the best women's basketball players in the world would have a pro league to play in, as that is when the Women's National Basketball Association was formed. The WNBA was formed as an eight-team league, and has since expanded to 12 teams. The Houston Comets dominated the early history of the WNBA, winning the first four WNBA Championships with Cynthia Cooper leading the charge. Lisa Leslie, one of the best players in the history of women's hoops, would lead the Los Angeles Sparks to the next two league titles. The Comets, no longer a WNBA franchise, till hold the record for most WNBA titles with their four championships. They are followed by the Detroit/Tulsa Shock franchise with three titles. The WNBA seems to be growing in popularity of late after experiencing some exposure and attendance issues in the past. A recent influx of talented players like Candace Parker, Diana Taurasi and Maya Moore has helped the league's popularity in a big way.

Life as a Fan

Heading to a game in the Women's National Basketball Association is something that needs to be experienced by every basketball fan at least once. Often enough, once is enough to get a new fan hooked, as many women's hoops fans can attest. Fans of the WNBA are regularly treated to seeing the best female athletes in the entire world hit the court and give it everything they've got in pursuit of the WNBA Championship. The crowds are constantly wowed by the level of play that these talented players are capable of, and that's what keeps them coming back to the arena time after time. Join these hardcore hoops fans at a big matchup between two of the best teams in the league and you'll see why they're so passionate about the game.

Introducing New Fans

The game of basketball is an easy one to grasp as a new fan, as the rules are pretty simple. The pace of the game is one that keeps the action moving at all times, which makes for a fun fan experience. As you learn the nuances of the game, though, you'll see that there are deeper levels to strategy and schemes that you never thought possible. Women's basketball is on the rise in the United States, as more and more young girls pursue the sport. This results in players of a caliber that have never been seen before in the women's game, making the action much more enjoyable to witness from your seat in the stands.


When you head to the arena for a big WNBA game, be ready to see some of the most gifted women's athletes in the world running up and down the court in an athletic display that will leave your jaw on the floor. Seeing a game from the stands is an incredible experience that will impress and inspire you at the same time. It's always better to catch the game in person, and you can see that for yourself when you head to a game this season.

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