Dallas Wings

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Too many point guards? No such thing, Dallas Wings president Greg Bibb says

By The Next / May 5, 2022

‘Unique had a great camp, Unique is the player that I had on my draft board last year and we just couldn’t get it done to get her drafted last year’

2022 WNBA season preview: Dallas Wings

By Arie Graham / May 5, 2022

‘We are building something special here for years to come’, coach Johnson said

WNBA and Twitter logos side-by-side. WNBA logo is an orange rectangle with a white cutout of a woman holding a basketball and jumping. The Twitter logo is a blue vector drawing of a bird.

WNBA expands Twitter partnership, inks new multi-year deal

By Isabel Rodrigues / May 5, 2022

Examining the WNBA’s Twitter games within the larger media rights landscape

2022 WNBA season preview: Minnesota Lynx

By Lucas Seehafer / May 5, 2022

Last-minute tumult, considerable upside in Syl’s last year

How the Sun reached their final 11 players

By Jacqueline LeBlanc / May 5, 2022

‘If I could combine them all, we’d have the perfect person’

2022 WNBA season preview: Phoenix Mercury

By Hayden Cilley / May 5, 2022

Taurasi sets the course, as Griner is missed

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

2022 WNBA season preview: Washington Mystics

By Jenn Hatfield / May 4, 2022

Elena Delle Donne and the Mystics have ‘razzle dazzle,’ depth and championship dreams

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

Los Angeles Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike dribbles with her left hand as a Connecticut Sun defender stands about an arm's length away.

2022 WNBA season preview: Los Angeles Sparks

By David Mendez-Yapkowitz / May 3, 2022

With a reloaded roster, the Sparks head into the 2022 season with a lot of reasons for optimism