Locked On Women’s Basketball

Your daily dose of women’s basketball, brought to you by the staff at The Next.

Minnesota Lynx

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Roster chaos in Minnesota, explained!

By The Next / May 4, 2022

‘I think the news that broke initially was that Odyssey Sims had signed her training camp deal with the Lynx and that was something that was completely unexpected’, said Lucas

Las Vegas Aces

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Las Vegas Aces crunch time with Matthew Walter

By The Next / May 3, 2022

‘It’s a core roster that’s really hungry but they knew coming into this offseason, they needed to make some changes’, said Matthew

New York Liberty

Locked on Women’s Basketball: New York Liberty Media Day, Part II

By The Next / May 2, 2022

Our host Howard Megdal and Liberty beat reporter Jackie Powell spoke to Sami Whitcomb, Betnijah Laney and Sabrina Ionescu

Locked on Women’s Basketball: New York Liberty Media Day, Part I

By The Next / April 30, 2022

Hear from Stefanie Dolson, Natasha Howard, Sandy Brondello and more about the New York Liberty’s trajectory this season

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Indiana Fever are making moves and creating culture

By The Next / April 29, 2022

NaLyssa Smith is gliding and Queen Egbo is soaring, our Tony East reports

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Chicago Sky face some difficult roster decisions

By The Next / April 29, 2022

Howard and James discuss all things Chicago Sky training camp

Dream

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Atlanta Dream training camp battles with Spencer Nusbaum

By The Next / April 27, 2022

‘For the Dream the most important thing for them is establishing the young core’, said Spencer

Em

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Seattle Storm training camp battles with Em Adler

By The Next / April 26, 2022

‘Host Howard Megdal sits down with Em Adler for all things Seattle Storm training camp’

Liberty

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Jocelyn Willoughby is back; Jackie Powell from Liberty camp

By The Next / April 25, 2022

‘I think Jocelyn has the ceiling to be a solid two-way player in this league’, said Jackie

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Carly Thibault-DuDonis discusses her new Fairfield job, family history

By The Next / April 22, 2022

Thibault-DuDonis poised to bring the Stags to the top of the MAAC