Las Vegas Aces

Las Vegas Aces guard Chelsea Gray dribbles the ball as Washington Mystics guard Ariel Atkins defends.

What will it take for the Las Vegas Aces to win their first WNBA championship?

By Matthew Walter / September 10, 2022

Connecticut is all that stands between the Aces and a championship. What will it take for Las Vegas to defeat the Sun?

The Aces used multiple gritty performances to defeat the Storm and advance to the 2022 WNBA Finals

By Matthew Walter / September 7, 2022

It was by no means easy but behind some tough performances the Aces were able to win two games in Seattle

Lin Dunn

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Lin Dunn reflects on Sue Bird, charts course for NaLyssa Smith and the Indiana Fever 

By The Next / September 7, 2022

Howard and Lin Dunn discuss yesterday’s semifinal matches plus Dunn planning a new coach-lottery strategy to end Indiana’s bad luck and Sue Bird’s last game in a Seattle uniform

Las Vegas

Locked on Women’s Basketball: How do A’ja Wilson, Las Vegas Aces recover from Game 1 loss to Seattle Storm?

By The Next / August 30, 2022

Howard and Matthew discuss Game One of the Seattle vs. Vegas matchup and what the Aces need to do to even the series on Wednesday

Aces will need to both slow down and speed up if they want to even up semifinal series against Seattle

By Matthew Walter / August 29, 2022

Las Vegas will need to learn from their mistakes of Game 1 if they want to win Game 2 against the Storm

Four pictures in a collage: on top, Las Vegas Aces wing Jackie Young has the ball at the top of her dribble while looking out the court; on the bottom-left, Minnesota point guard Moriah Jefferson drives downhill from the slot around a pick-and-roll screen from Lynx center Sylvia Fowles, who is beginning to roll after screening Dallas Wings wing Marina Mabrey off of Jefferson; on the middle of the bottom, Seattle Storm big Ezi Magbegor celebrates a teammate's three from the bench, while the crowd celebrates in the background; on the bottom-right, New York Liberty combo guard Sabrina Ionescu holds the ball above her head while releasing a jumper

The Next’s 2022 WNBA Awards: Most Improved Player

By Em Adler / August 29, 2022

The Next’s 2022 WNBA Most Improved Player is Las Vegas’ Jackie Young

Thumbnail for the Aug. 26 episode of the Locked on Women's Basketball Podcast, this episode featuring a discussion of the 2022 WNBA semifinals featuring a picture of Tina Charles of the Seattle Storm

Locked on Women’s Basketball: 2022 WNBA Semifinals preview

By The Next / August 26, 2022

Host Missy Heidrick is joined by Seattle Storm beat reporter Rowan Schaberg to discuss the upcoming of semifinal action in the 2022 WNBA Playoffs

Hammon wins 2022 WNBA Coach of the Year

By Matthew Walter / August 26, 2022

The six-time WNBA All-Star adds a new form of hardware to her trophy case

New York Liberty combo guard Sabrina Ionescu runs up the court while looking towards the sideline, beating her chest, and yelling in celebration

Daily Briefing — Aug. 18, 2022: Thin crust > deep dish  — Sabrina Ionescu powers New York to upset win in Pizza War

By Em Adler / August 18, 2022

Chelsea Gray put it away for the Aces

Aces

What the Aces need to do to advance to their fourth straight WNBA semifinals

By Matthew Walter / August 17, 2022

While Phoenix knocked Las Vegas out of last year’s playoffs this season’s opening round series has a much different feel to it