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Atlanta Dream guard Rhyne Howard (10) and Atlanta Dream guard Allisha Gray

2024 WNBA season preview: Atlanta Dream

By Hunter Cruse / May 1, 2024

The Dream remain committed to promising young core, but look to return to the playoffs in 2024

Two of the most notable players in free agency face each other on the court: Washington Mystics big wing Elena Delle Donne defends Phoenix Mercury point guard Skylar Diggins-Smith

The Next’s 2024 WNBA free agency predictions

By Em Adler / January 21, 2024

Our staff predicts landing spots and contracts for top free agents in 2024

Atlanta Dream guard Rhyne Howard shoots an open corner 3-pointer.

2024 WNBA free agency preview: Atlanta Dream

By Hunter Cruse / January 9, 2024

Dan Padover: ‘We’re not where our end goal is yet, which’s to be contending for a WNBA championship’

MN Lynx vs Atlanta Dream, Cheyenne Parker (F#32) & Jessica Shepard (F#10) on May 23rd, 2023 at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota (Photo credit: John McClellan, The Next

Why Atlanta has the WNBA’s worst record in August

By Hunter Cruse / August 27, 2023

Tanisha Wright: ‘This team needs to grow up’

Haley Jones is finding her own way on and off the court

By Gabriella Lewis / May 30, 2023

‘She’s definitely grown since the first day we got her in camp’

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Building a championship contender with Atlanta Dream GM Dan Padover

By The Next / May 25, 2023

Howard and Dan Padover chat about how he started his career in basketball — Atlanta Dream and Allisha Gray’s game

Dream playoff hopes crushed, but their future is far from a nightmare

By Gabriella Lewis / August 21, 2022

Missing the playoffs by a single game may have served the Dream exactly what they need