Sabrina Ionescu screams with Kennedy Burke and Ivana Dojkić running back in transition

How New York Liberty asserted themselves atop the WNBA

By Jackie Powell / July 17, 2024

Without Breanna Stewart and Betnijah Laney-Hamilton, the New York Liberty still beat the Connecticut Sun at home

‘The pinnacle’: Seattle Storm’s Team Australia contingent talks Olympics

By Bella Munson / July 17, 2024

Sami Whitcomb: ‘We believe in ourselves’

An orange and white basketball placed on a basketball court.

WNBA announces partnerships with New Balance and Bumble

By Sydney Wingfield / July 17, 2024

New revenue from multiple sources, with a Cameron Brink connection

Graphic with photo of Chicago Sky forward Angel Reese holding two blue and black striped basketballs. White text on orange background below reads "Angel Reese, Chicago Sky check-in". Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Headshots of guest Alissa Hirsh and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: How Angel Reese, Chennedy Carter are remaking the Chicago Sky

By The Next / July 16, 2024

The Sky have clear offensive and defensive anchors, but how can they improve from here?

Betnijah Laney- Hamilton is guarded by Ty Harris

What Betnijah Laney-Hamilton’s injury means for the New York Liberty

By Jackie Powell / July 16, 2024

Laney-Hamilton has minor surgery on right knee 

Chicago Sky forward Angel Reese smiles and raises arms towards fans

Inside Angel Reese’s record-breaking double-double streak

By Alissa Hirsh / July 16, 2024

How growth in finishing and defensive rebounding suggests even greater heights ahead

DeWanna Bonner shoots the basketball over a defender

Inside the remarkable longevity of DeWanna Bonner 

By Noa Dalzell / July 15, 2024

‘She could probably roll out the bed and drop 20’

Megan Gustafson claps on the court for Spain

Megan Gustafson is going for the gold — for Spain

By Angie Holmes / July 15, 2024

She’s ready to show out in the Olympics

Washington Mystics guard Ariel Atkins shoots a left-handed jump shot as Las Vegas Aces center Kiah Stokes arrives too late to get a hand up.

With career-high 36 points, Mystics’ Ariel Atkins reminds WNBA how elite she is

By Jenn Hatfield / July 15, 2024

Eric Thibault: ‘It was probably just a bigger version of what she’s always done’

Fifteen Milwaukee Does players sit for a team photo. #30, first row, third row from the right is Brenda Pitts.

From the court to the classroom, Alabama native Brenda Pitts changed the Tide of the sport industry

By Natalie Heavren / July 14, 2024

Pitts: ‘I tried out. The rest is history’