September 13, 2023 

Locked On Women’s Basketball: WNBA MVP Week recap

Making cases for Breanna Stewart, Alyssa Thomas and A'ja Wilson

Who will be the 2023 WNBA MVP? Howard Megdal and his guests tackled that question last week for Locked On Women’s Basketball, making cases for the three frontrunners: Breanna Stewart, Alyssa Thomas and A’ja Wilson.

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Breanna Stewart, New York Liberty

Alyssa Thomas, Connecticut Sun

A’ja Wilson, Las Vegas Aces


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2023 WNBA awards

The WNBA began announcing its end-of-season awards on Sept. 11. The Kia WNBA Most Valuable Player award will be announced on Sept. 26, during the WNBA semifinals. Wilson won the award in 2022 after leading the eventual champion Aces to the No. 1 seed while averaging 19.5 points and 9.4 rebounds per game in the regular season. She also won the award in 2020. Stewart earned MVP honors in 2018 on her way to a WNBA championship with the Seattle Storm.

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