Locked On Women’s Basketball

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Washington Mystics players are pictured over the Locked on WBB logo and the title Mystics Forging Ahead

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Washington Mystics forging ahead

By The Next / July 12, 2024

Jenn Hatfield joins host Natalie Heavren to discuss what’s changed for the Mystics in the last month

Graphic with photo of Sabrina Ionescu looking toward the right during warm up before a New York Liberty game. Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. White text on orange background below reads "WNBA Bets + Betting On Yourself". Headshots of host Gigi Speer and Guest Maria Marino at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: WNBA bets and Maria Marino

By The Next / July 11, 2024

Liberty rebound from loss to Indiana; inside the road to sports broadcasting

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Locked On Women’s Basketball: What is the plan for the Dallas Wings?

By The Next / July 10, 2024

Host Howard Megdal and beat writer Arie Graham sit down to discuss the current state of the Dallas Wings and how they can improve

Graphic with photo of Angel Reese and Caitlin Clark smiling together at the 2024 WNBA Draft. Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. White text on orange background below reads "The Real Angel Reese, Caitlin Clark". Headshots of guest Rob Knox and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: The real Angel Reese, Caitlin Clark, plus A’ja Wilson’s historic run

By The Next / July 9, 2024

Rob Knox: ‘They’re two highly competitive players and they want to beat each other, there’s nothing wrong with that’

Locked On Women’s Basketball: A’ja Wilson and the growth of the game

By The Next / July 8, 2024

Host Gigi Speer talks to listeners about the recent accomplishments of WNBA stars as well as the growth of the game over 10 years

A preview thumbnail for the locked on women's basketball podcast episode titled "WNBA All-Star Snubs", with the title on an orange banner in white text at the bottom, with the top split into thirds with photos of New York's Betnijah Laney-Hamilton on the left, Minnesota's Alanna Smith in the middle, and Seattle's Ezi Magbegor on the right

Locked On Women’s Basketball: WNBA All-Star snubs

By The Next / July 5, 2024

Jackie Powell and Eden Laase discuss all-star snubs and the weirdness of voting this season.

The Las Vegas Aces players, including star A'ja Wilson, put one hand each into a huddle. The text "Aces are accelerating" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked On Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: A’ja Wilson dominates and Las Vegas Aces accelerate

By The Next / July 4, 2024

‘When [Wilson] scores 28, that’s normal. It sounds wild, but it’s just her’

A collage of headshots of the WNBA All-Star selections, plus action shots of New York Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu and Minnesota Lynx guard Courtney Williams. The text "WNBA picked who? + Lynx/Lib." is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked On Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: WNBA All-Star reaction and Lynx-Liberty analysis

By The Next / July 3, 2024

Two top teams went head-to-head and WNBA announced All-Stars on Tuesday

Connecticut Sun players Olivia Nelson-Ododa, Alyssa Thomas and DeWanna Bonner are pictured in Sun jerseys over the Locked on WBB logo and Checking in on the Sun episode title

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Connecticut Sun are still shining

By The Next / July 2, 2024

Noa Dalzell: ‘This team wants a championship’

Phoenix Mercury center Brittney Griner is facing the camera as she talks with guard Diana Taurasi, who is facing her with her back to the camera. The text "One concern for every WNBA team" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked On Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: One concern with every WNBA team in 2024

By The Next / June 29, 2024

New York’s ceiling, Minnesota’s size are a few question marks