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Brittney Griner (42) stands next to Phoenix Mercury teammate Diana Taurasi (3).

The Morning Post-Up, Vol. 3 —  “You could hear that she was not okay”: Negotiations continue for the release of Brittney Griner

By Isabel Rodrigues / October 10, 2022

Plus: NCAA pushes on women’s NIT, France grab gold in U23 3×3 World Cup

Photo of the U.S. 1976 U.S. women's basketball team, standing for a team photo and wearing red, white and blue warm-up uniforms.

Historic 1976 U.S. Olympic team shaped post-Title IX women’s basketball landscape

By Tee Baker / October 9, 2022

New book “Inaugural Ballers” tells true story of first U.S. women’s basketball Olympic team

New York Liberty big Natasha Howard, looking up towards the rim, runs past Seattle Storm off-ball guard Gabby Williams in the paint

EuroLeague qualifiers explainer and news round-up

By Antonio Losada / October 8, 2022

Natasha Howard heads to Turkey, and the date is set for a clash of champions

Thumbnail preview for the Locked on Women's Basketball podcast episode covering the women's basketball pro schedule in the US and abroad.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Issues with the professional calendar

By The Next / October 7, 2022

What can be done to give the players time to rest and recover from the current year-round nature of professional women’s basketball?

USA's Lexie Hull (10) shoots over Uzbekistan's Farangiz Jalilova (5), who contests the shot.

The Morning Post-Up, Vol. 2 — The FIBA 3×3 circuit, explained

By Isabel Rodrigues / October 7, 2022

Plus: Lexie Hull is Lexie Her

Locked on Women’s Basketball: FIBA Women’s World Cup final draws record eyes: How does ESPN, women’s basketball learn from this?

By The Next / October 6, 2022

Howard Megdal brings you the history and the FIBA Women’s World Cup final between USA and China drew 446,000 viewers

Locked on Women’s Basketball: USA wins the FIBA World Cup and a Pac-12 preview

By The Next / October 3, 2022

Missy and Michelle discuss the USA winning the 2022 FIBA World Cup and the significant changes coming for the Pac-12

A graphic showing the nine-member class of the FIBA International Basketball Hall of Fame, which includes Lisa Leslie and Geno Auriemma.

FIBA Hall of Fame adds Leslie, Auriemma and seven others

By Scott Mammoser / October 3, 2022

Senegal’s Mbengue becomes first African woman elected

What led to Lauren Jackson’s 30-point outburst in bronze medal game

By Scott Mammoser / October 2, 2022

Australian Hall of Famer leaves the court on her own terms

USA's A'ja Wilson (9) goes for a left-handed layup over China's Li Yueru (14), who defends. Another Chinese player steps toward Wilson to defend.

Daily Briefing — Oct. 1, 2022: GOLDEN AGE — USA wins fourth consecutive World Cup

By Isabel Rodrigues / October 1, 2022

A’ja Wilson named Tournament MVP, Alyssa Thomas named Best Defensive Player