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Pokey Chatman stands on the sideline holding a piece of paper as she watches a WNBA game. Locked On Women's Basketball logo in the top right corner, text "Inside Pokey's Mind" at the bottom center.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Seattle Storm AGM Pokey Chatman talks 2023 WNBA Finals, Storm path, draft history

By The Next / October 3, 2023

Pokey and Howard discuss her return to the AGM chair and all things Storm.

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

Wearing all-black uniforms, four Seattle Storm players walk onto the court together.

What’s next for the Seattle Storm?

By Rowan Schaberg / September 18, 2023

Rebuilding Storm have secured Jewell Loyd as the face of the franchise

New York Liberty point guard Courtney Vandersloot looks up the court while throwing a no-look cross-court pass in a WNBA game against Washington Mystics wing Brittney Sykes, who is guarding Vandersloot but not looking in the direction of the pass.

Sunday Notes, Week 12: Is Courtney Vandersloot, a superstar, overlooked? Let’s discuss

By Em Adler / August 20, 2023

Every superteam has at least one star who is overshadowed – not underrated – and Courtney Vandersloot is one of a handful of Liberty players in that boat.

Phoenix Mercury point guard Shey Peddy has the ball out to her side as she drives from the slot to the hoop, while keeping Washington Mystics point guard Natasha Cloud on her hip, who has an arm up to contest a possible

Shey Peddy avoids major injury after frightening scene

By Jesse Morrison / August 6, 2023

‘The good thing is that she’s on her way home’

New York Liberty forward Breanna Stewart (30) shoots during a matchup of top WNBA awards candidates between the Connecticut Sun and the New York Liberty at Barclays Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA on May 27, 2023.

The Next’s 2023 WNBA midseason awards

By Em Adler / July 26, 2023

MVP, Coach of the Year up for grabs; ROY is Boston’s to lose

Dallas Wings guard Arike Ogunbowale holds her follow-through in midair, with a Minnesota Lynx defender lunging toward her, as the ball travels past her and toward the rim while players from both WNBA teams fight under the basket.

Sunday Notes, Week 8: Sun’s defense, Wings’ offense, hope in Seattle and Becky Hammon … the player?

By Em Adler / July 23, 2023

It’s your weekly journey into trends and analysis around the WNBA for this week

Seattle Storm guard Jewell Loyd dribbles with her left hand as New York Liberty forward Breanna Stewart defends.

Jewell Loyd finds her voice and unlocks her potential

By Rowan Schaberg / June 25, 2023

The departure of both Bird and Stewart following the 2022 season has now left Jewell Loyd to reinvent her role as the veteran leader of the Storm

WNBA Chicago Sky big Alanna Smith releases a 3-point jumper off her fingertips while in midair, as Minnesota Lynx guard Tiffany Mitchell lunges toward her with an outstretched arm in an attempt to contest the shot.

Sunday Notes, Week 3: How to beat the Sky, Ionescu’s improvements, Alanna Smith and Horston’s breakouts

By Em Adler / June 11, 2023

Our weekly look around the WNBA breaks down cracks in the Chicago Sky’s defense, some breakout performances and the Xs and Os behind it all.

A photo of Chicago Sky wing Kahleah Copper shooting over Minnesota Lynx guard Diamond Miller is the centerpiece of the image. The text "Outlooks for Storm, Lynx, Sky" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the upper right corner.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Outlooks for Seattle Storm, Minnesota Lynx and more

By The Next / June 10, 2023

Seattle embraces youth movement, while Minnesota bets on vets