free agency

Players on the Minnesota Lynx circle-up and put their hands together in the middle before a send-off

ROUNDTABLE: ‘Too Many Lynx,’ starring Cheryl Reeve

By The Next / February 23, 2022

The Next staff offers solutions for Minnesota’s roster crunch

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?

Nyara Sabally goes up with one hand for a layup

Daily Briefing — Feb. 2, 2022: Contract players, not viruses

By Em Adler / February 2, 2022

Ducks roll on

Caitlin Clark does the shrug

Daily Briefing — Feb. 1, 2022: MANIC MONDAY — WNBA free agency explodes

By Em Adler / February 1, 2022

Indiana struggles with Holmes-lessness

A day after losing Stefanie Dolson to New York, Chicago reloads its frontcourt

By James Kay / January 31, 2022

Copper is expected to re-sign, Meesseman and Bradford reportedly joining Chicago in 2022

Briann January defensively harasses a Courtney Williams who has picked up her dribble

JANUARY HYMN: Nine thoughts after Seattle reaches deal with Briann January

By Em Adler / January 28, 2022

If Bird, Loyd, and January all scale back their minutes from last year, that nearly exceeds the 80 minutes available across the guard spots

Ayoka Lee goes up to shoot a layup while a defender fouls her on her shooting wrist from behind

Daily Briefing — Jan. 24, 2022: UNBE-LEE-VABLE

By Em Adler / January 24, 2022

Baylor lives by the rule of three

Chicago Sky guard Allie Quigley (14) dribbles during a WNBA semifinals game against the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, USA on Sept. 30, 2021. (Photo credit: Chris Poss)

Re-imagining the Chicago Sky core for 2022

By James Kay / January 14, 2022

Some options ahead if Chicago can’t sign their 2021 key players

Jewell Loyd, facing away from the viewer, raises her arms to celebrate a miraculous, game-winning, fadeaway, buzzer-beating three. Faintly visible in the background are a completely incredulous Dallas player and random staffer looking downwards with his hands on the back of his head.

Seattle Storm core Jewell Loyd

By Em Adler / January 14, 2022

Much like Aaron Eckhart, Hilary Swank, and Stanley Tucci, we must investigate the core