Aliyah Boston

Graphic with a picture of Aliyah Boston. Text underneath reads "Aliyah's Path."

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Aliyah Boston makes history everywhere, from South Carolina to Indiana

By The Next / November 15, 2023

Aliyah joined Howard to talk about her first year with the Fever and how the Gamecocks helped her prepare

Erica Wheeler handles the ball for the Indiana Fever

Indiana Fever notebook: Catching up with Erica Wheeler, Lexie Hull wins another medal, health, and more

By Tony East / October 31, 2023

Lottery odds, recoveries and community impact


USA Basketball announces roster for exhibition camp in November

By Aya Abdeen / October 26, 2023

Training camp is set to take place on Nov. 7-9 in Atlanta

Indiana center Aliyah Boston, the unanimous Rookie of the Year, stands on the court in front of two Fever teammates during pregame player introductions while surrounded by smoke.

The Next’s 2023 WNBA Awards: Rookie of the Year and All-Rookie Team

By Em Adler / October 1, 2023

A shocking turn of events as Aliyah Boston sweeps the vote

A screenshot from the video game NBA 2K24 featuring a team selection screen where the chosen teams are the Las Vegas Aces but with A'ja Wilson five times and the Atlanta Dream with Rhyne Howard five times.

Choosing the 2023 WNBA MVP with video games and clones

By Jacob Mox / September 23, 2023

Welcome to the WNBA Clone League, a truly absurd endeavor

Locked On Women’s Basketball: What’s ahead for Aliyah Boston, Kelsey Mitchell and Indiana Fever? Lin Dunn tells us

By The Next / September 14, 2023

Howard and Lin Dunn discuss the Fever’s 2023 season, the growth of the young team, Aliyah Boston’s rookie year and more

Indiana Fever Amanda Zahui B Victoria Vivians Kelsey Mitchell Erica Wheeler

The Indiana Fever have been eliminated from playoff contention, but it won’t stop their progress

By Tony East / September 5, 2023

Fever will fight to the end of a season of tremendous growth

WNBA releases end-of-season awards schedule for 2023

By Aya Abdeen / August 30, 2023

The WNBA will announce the winners of 12 end-of-season awards beginning on Sept. 11

Graphic with a photo of Indiana Fever forward Aliyah Boston. Caption reads "Low-grade Fever in Indiana."

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Low-grade Fever in Indiana and playoff hopes

By The Next / August 28, 2023

Missy and Tony talk about the Indiana Fever turnaround under Christie Sides

Washington Mystics wing Brittney Sykes in mid-air holds the ball away from her body while attempting a scoop layup around Indiana Fever center Aliyah Boston, who is meeting Sykes in mid-air with an arm outstretched toward the ball, in a WNBA game

How Aliyah Boston keeps getting better for the Indiana Fever

By Tony East / August 25, 2023

‘She just keeps on getting better and working harder’