Minnesota Lynx point guard Moriah Jefferson goes up with the ball in one hand as she attempts a layup over a ducking Los Angeles Sparks point guard Chennedy Carter

Mrs. Triple-Double: Moriah Jefferson is excelling with the Lynx

By Lucas Seehafer / June 29, 2022

Jefferson became the 10th athlete in WNBA history—and the first Lynx—to register a triple-double when she grabbed her 10th and final rebound

Seattle combo guard Epiphanny Prince, mid-air, jumps towards the rim from the side with the ball in her hands in front of her to go for a layup, as a Connecticut defender jumps with her from behind and another Sun looks on from the other side of the rim, while Storm teammates move towards the basket from farther away

Basketball, In Theory: This one stat explains why the Seattle Storm offense has struggled

By Em Adler / June 29, 2022

Welcome to “Basketball, In Theory,” a series focused on the abstract and strategic questions about the WNBA and the game of basketball at large. Special thanks to the wonderful Adam Harstad for graciously allowing me to adapt the name of his blog

Indiana Fever training camp

Assessing the Indiana Fever season after the halfway point

By Tony East / June 29, 2022

Signs of improvement, but there is still work to be done

Minnesota Lynx point guard Moriah Jefferson goes up with the ball in one hand as she attempts a layup

Daily Briefing — June 29, 2022: MoJeff Mo Problems

By Em Adler / June 29, 2022

All-Star Game reserves revealed


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

Phoenix Mercury center Tina Charles looks towards the sideline while smiling and waving

What the Phoenix Mercury gained, and lost, when Tina Charles left

By Hayden Cilley / June 28, 2022

‘Sometimes what’s best for the team is not what’s best for you’

Las Vegas Aces point guard Kelsey Plum drives past midcourt, past Minnesota Lynx combo guard Yvonne Anderson

Daily Briefing — June 28, 2022: Please enjoy these Kelsey Plum and A’ja Wilson highlights

By Em Adler / June 28, 2022

Taurasi scores a season-high 27


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

Atlanta Dream big Naz Hillmon dribbles up the court

Loves the food, hates the traffic: Naz Hillmon is fitting into Atlanta nicely

By Gabriella Lewis / June 27, 2022

‘Naz is someone who really knows herself’

Chicago point guard Courtney Vandersloot dribbles upcourt towards a screen that Sky big Ruthy Hebard is setting on Vandersloot's defender, Washington Mystics point guard Rui Machida

Daily Briefing — June 27, 2022: SHE SLOOTS, SHE SCORES

By Em Adler / June 27, 2022

Alyssa Thomas is her usual all-purpose menace self