So, the NBA lockout is the WNBA’s fault? Is the league that is supposed to be “propped up” by the NBA going to be brought down by the NBA’s financial issues? No and no. As the millionaire players and the millionaire owners bicker over how to divide the cash that pours into the league, the WNBA season rolls on. It has not been an easy couple of weeks in the world’s most successful women’s professional sports league, but it has nothing to do with labor unrest. Two of the league’s top stars — Los Angeles’ Candace Parker and Seattle’s Lauren Jackson — are out for at least most if not all of the season with serious injuries. Another starter, Indiana point guard Briann January, was lost for the year with a torn ACL. But the games go forward.