Posts by Isabel Rodrigues

Isabel Rodrigues (she/her) is a contributing editor for The Next from upstate New York. She occasionally covers 3x3 and labor in women's basketball.

Dallas Wings shooting guard Allisha Gray gathers the ball as she drives to the basket with Seattle Storm guard Jewell Loyd right behind her, with one hand raised.

Daily Briefing — June 4, 2022: TAKING FLIGHT — Wings wallop Storm for Seattle’s lowest final score in seven years

June 4, 2022

Plus, major triumphs and tragedies across the league

Las Vegas Aces center A'ja Wilson has the ball above her head in mid-air just before releasing a jumper from the low post, as Washington Mystics big Elena Delle Donne jumps towards her with her arm out to try to block the shot

Building the 2022 WNBA All-Star Game

June 4, 2022

Everything you need to know about voting, team selection, and more

Liberty point guard Sabrina Ionescu (20) drives past Fever point guard Bria Hartley (14).

Daily Briefing — June 2, 2022: Liberty secure second win in hard-fought match against Indiana

June 2, 2022

It continues to be Rhyne Howard’s world

DeWanna Bonner (24) and Courtney Williams (24) celebrate on the court as they run back on defense.

Daily Briefing — May 29, 2022: Aces topple Sky and here comes the Sun!

May 29, 2022

Wins for top teams across the league and double-doubles abound.

Fever head coach Carlos Knox embraces Fever forward NaLyssa Smith, both are smiling. Fever guards Lexie Hull and Danielle Robinson walk towards Knox and Smith.

Daily Briefing — May 28, 2022: OPPORTUNITY KNOX — Carlos Knox earns first win with Indiana Fever

May 28, 2022

How many minutes can the Liberty find for Han Xu?

Connecticut Sun point guard Natisha Hiedeman walks down the court with her palms together against her cheek, making the "sleep" motion. The background shows some of the crowd and the Indiana Fever bench, but it's blurred out.

Daily Briefing — May 21, 2022: It’s always Sun-ny in Uncasville

May 21, 2022

But it’s Storming in L.A.

Alyssa Thomas

Daily Briefing — May 15, 2022: Alyssa Thomas shines on home court and “How old is Diana Taurasi?”

May 15, 2022

Career-highs around the league, and Alyssa Thomas puts on a show in return to Mohegan Sun.

WNBA and Twitter logos side-by-side. WNBA logo is an orange rectangle with a white cutout of a woman holding a basketball and jumping. The Twitter logo is a blue vector drawing of a bird.

WNBA expands Twitter partnership, inks new multi-year deal

May 5, 2022

Examining the WNBA’s Twitter games within the larger media rights landscape

Sights and sounds from the floor of the 2022 WNBA Draft

April 12, 2022

Celebration, but also plenty of excitement left on the table

2022 WNBA Draft logo. (WNBA Media Central)

Inside the WNBA’s initial list of 2022 draft opt-ins

March 30, 2022

Hillmon, Howard, Smith all in; still waiting on Cunane