Locked on Women’s Basketball: The WBL, legends of pro women’s basketball we must hear from 

By The Next / June 29, 2022

‘Our mission is to promote the historic and social relevance of the WBL to inspire future generations’


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Tina Charles heads to Seattle, what happened in Phoenix? 

By The Next / June 28, 2022

Alex and Em talk about Tina Charles departure from the Phoenix Mercury


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Courtney Vandersloot is clutch, Candace Parker can’t retire 

By The Next / June 27, 2022

Howard and James discuss Courtney Vandersloot’s game-winner for Chicago

Locked on Women’s Basketball: A 2022 WNBA All-Star ballot debate with Sabreena Merchant

By The Next / June 24, 2022

Howard and Sabreena discuss a deep, talented All-Star game pool


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Wait, the Chicago Sky did WHAT?!? 

By The Next / June 23, 2022

James and Howard discuss how the Chicago Sky managed to erase a 28-point deficit the largest comeback in WNBA history


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Who will own the Bay Area’s WNBA expansion team? 

By The Next / June 22, 2022

Howard and Alex discuss the potential new owners of a would-be Bay Area WNBA team


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Can the Sparks fly?

By The Next / June 21, 2022

Alex and David discuss the changes and potential improvements for the Sparks

Sue Bird

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Sue Bird takes New York one last time

By The Next / June 20, 2022

I don’t think anything will be like it was today just given that I’m from here

New York

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Does Han Xu even have a ceiling?

By The Next / June 16, 2022

It’s been quite impressive as to how this team has adjusted amid the fact that there are still three impact players not able to play


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Atlanta Dream’s AD talks about the joy of experience

By The Next / June 15, 2022

In a must-listen interview AD discusses their COVID diagnosis and the experience of getting traded from the New York Liberty to the Atlanta Dream