Locked On Women’s Basketball

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


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Everyone loves Emma Meesseman

By The Next / May 24, 2022

The Entertainment and Sports Arena where the Mystics currently play is ‘The House that Emma Meesseman Built’

Locked on Women’s Basketball: How the Connecticut Sun got here

By The Next / May 20, 2022

The Connecticut Sun have sustained excellence in Uncasville


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Do the Dallas Wings fit?

By The Next / May 19, 2022

‘Coach Johnson told us that she will get more time this week when they play against the Sun back to back’

New York

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Can the New York Liberty’s verdict change?

By The Next / May 18, 2022

‘The Liberty are still trying to make reads and they were very slow to make those reads and there was a lot of a hesitation’


Locked on Women’s Basketball: It’s Rhyne Howard season!

By The Next / May 17, 2022

‘If you look what the Dream are doing is creating space for Howard and they are opening up the floor for Howard to succeed’

Locked on Women’s Basketball: A night of growth for the Indiana Fever

By The Next / May 16, 2022

For the Indiana Fever, 2022 is supposed to be about improvement

Cheryl's Bunch after the Minnesota Lynx have made numerous roster changes

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Minnesota Lynx are dead, long live the Minnesota Lynx!

By The Next / May 13, 2022

After three regular-season games, Cheryl Reeve is trying to pull off the rare in-season rebuild. Can she salvage Sweet Syl’s swan song?


Locked on Women’s Basketball: Indiana Fever is here!

By The Next / May 12, 2022

Howard and Tony talk about the early success the Fever have had this season

New York Liberty

Locked on Women’s Basketball: New York Liberty show out in WNBA opener

By The Next / May 11, 2022

The Liberty defeated the Sun by moving from the past and accepting the present


Locked on Women’s Basketball: What now for the Lynx?

By The Next / May 10, 2022

‘Clearly we aren’t playing well, that can that be an understatement’