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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Elena Delle Donne discusses her recovery

By The Next / April 20, 2022

‘Yeah, this has definitely been the toughest two years in my career’

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Inside Washington Mystics WNBA Draft Night

By The Next / April 19, 2022

‘Most of the fans I spoke to at the draft party were expecting Shakira Austin’, said Jenn

Inside the Washington Mystics’ draft party

By Jenn Hatfield / April 12, 2022

Delight and surprise from fans as DC drafts Austin, Williams

Atlanta Dream trade for top pick with eyes ‘expected’ on Rhyne Howard, as Washington plans for the future

By Spencer Nusbaum / April 6, 2022

Washington looks to snag favorable pick in 2023; sources believe Dream will snag Kentucky’s Howard

What Tianna Hawkins and Natasha Cloud’s dominance in Athletes Unlimited means for the Washington Mystics

By Jenn Hatfield / March 1, 2022

Hawkins and Cloud demonstrated their growth on the court and found joy off of it during the five-week season

Belgian national team captain Emma Meesseman (center) stands with her teammates before a game against Puerto Rico in the FIBA World Cup Qualifying Tournament on Feb. 10, 2022, in Washington, DC. (Photo credit: Domenic Allegra)

‘I felt home’: Emma Meesseman returns to DC with the Belgian Cats

By Jenn Hatfield / February 12, 2022

Emma Meesseman’s first two games in the Entertainment and Sports Arena since October 2019 were vintage performances

Emma Meesseman takes a fadeaway jumper with Megan Huff attempting to rise to contest

The Next’s WNBA offseason visual tracker

By Em Adler / February 5, 2022

A visual rundown of all the WNBA’s offseason movement

Elena Delle Donne’s Mystics feel ‘reborn’ as Mike Thibault goes big early in free agency

By Jenn Hatfield / February 3, 2022

Let’s break down the massive week the Mystics just had, shall we?

Mystics notebook: Delle Donne to USA Basketball camp; Cloud debuts with Athletes Unlimited

By Jenn Hatfield / January 28, 2022

Longtime WNBA assistant coach Shelley Patterson is heading to DC

How Natasha Cloud is powering women’s basketball at home and abroad

By Jenn Hatfield / January 26, 2022

From Jordan to Vegas, ‘it’s the rooms that we’ve been wanting to be in’