Posts by Brendon Kleen

Mercury score rare win in Minnesota on Taurasi game-winner with clock stopped

May 15, 2021

Diana Taurasi saved the day while Brittney Griner returned to the team with a strong performance inside

Liz Cambage re-signs with Aces, sets sights on a WNBA championship

March 13, 2021

Cambage: ‘This last year made me appreciate the game so much more’

What Mark Davis’ purchase means for the Aces

February 19, 2021

Davis aims for ‘so much more recognition’ for women’s sports

How Riquna Williams fits on the Aces

February 12, 2021

A real impact on bench unit expected

Aces cement another core piece through 2022

February 6, 2021

Hamby, Gray, Plum, Young, and Wilson are all likely in place long-term

What does losing Kayla McBride, adding Chelsea Gray mean for Las Vegas?

January 28, 2021

Long-tenured McBride will be missed, though Gray addition is huge

SUBSCRIBER-ONLY PODCAST: Next Level, Episode 2: The state of WNBA ownership in 2021 with Lindsay Gibbs

January 22, 2021

Welcome to The Next: A basketball newsroom brought to you by The IX. 24/7/365 women’s basketball coverage, written, edited and photographed by our young, diverse staff, dedicated to breaking news, analysis, historical deep dives and projections about the game we love. This is a thank you, paid subscribers, for your vital support. Enjoy this, and…

Aces designate Cambage as a core player, re-sign Allen and Cannon to training camp deals

January 14, 2021

Las Vegas began what will be a busy offseason on Wednesday

Las Vegas Aces free agency preview: Kayla McBride’s future takes center stage

January 13, 2021

Las Vegas has just six players currently locked in

What went wrong on the Phoenix Mercury’s final play

September 18, 2020

Late mistakes by Skylar Diggins-Smith and the Mercury ended their season