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WNBA Basketball

You can be there to watch basketball played in its most beautiful form with WNBA tickets, available through Ticket Liquidator. The WNBA has come a long way and night-in and night-out the women's professional basketball league sees some incredible action. Don't miss out on all the action. Get your WNBA basketball tickets today.

The Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) is a professional basketball league that is currently composed of 12 teams and two conferences. The season runs from May to September, and WNBA tickets are hot sellers throughout the season, which culminates in the WNBA playoffs. That means WNBA Finals tickets get hotter and hotter each year.

The WNBA consisted of only eight teams when it began in 1996. Although this was not the first women’s professional basketball league, it is the only one to receive full backing by the NBA. The first season of the WNBA started in June of 1997 with the New York Liberty playing the Los Angeles Sparks. Since the formation of the WNBA, the Houston Comets have consistently proved to be top dogs with four WNBA titles, all under Coach Van Chancellor. In each one of these games, Cynthia Cooper was named the MVP. To this day, many consider her one of the greatest women’s basketball players ever. The only other player to receive the Finals MVP award more than once is Lisa Leslie of the Los Angeles Sparks, who was the first player to dunk in a WNBA game. There's always a great time to be had at a WNBA game so don't wait too long to get tickets.

In the history of the WNBA, only three players have scored 6,000 points or more: Tina Thompson, Lisa Leslie and Katie Smith. Tina Thompson currently holds the record for the number of years in the WNBA basketball league, with fifteen years under her belt. Lisa Leslie spent her career from 1997 – 2009 with the Los Angeles Sparks, earning her the honor of the longest-tenured player from the draft class of 1997. Katie Smith is the all-time leading scorer with over 7,000 points. You can be there to see the legends of today and the future stars so get your tickets for WNBA basketball as soon as you can.

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