Jordin Canada

Atlanta Dream guard Jordin Canada (3) drives to the basket during the WNBA game between the Atlanta Dream and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA on June 28, 2024. (Photo Credit: Chris Poss | The Next)

What Jordin Canada’s injury means for the Atlanta Dream

By Wilton Jackson / July 6, 2024

A broken finger will keep Canada out for the pre-Olympic stretch

Atlanta Dream wing Maya Caldwell (#33) dribbles the ball in a game against the Minnesota Lynx on August 8, 2022 (Photo credit: John McClellan | The Next)

Atlanta Dream notebook: Jordin Canada returns from injury, Maya Caldwell signed

By Hunter Cruse / June 26, 2024

Allisha Gray: ‘I’m so excited. About time!’

Atlanta Dream head coach Tanisha Wright stands on the sideline and watches the game with her hands loosely clenched at chest level.

What’s wrong with the Atlanta Dream’s offense?

By Hunter Cruse / June 8, 2024

Is Atlanta’s system maximizing star Rhyne Howard’s talents?

Atlanta Dream wing Rhyne Howard drives to the basket during a game against the Minnesota Lynx on May 26, 2024. (Photo credit: @AtlantaDream on X/Twitter)

Notebook: Where do Atlanta Dream stand through four games?

By Hunter Cruse / May 27, 2024

Stats and storylines after 2-2 start to the season

Dallas Wings guard Crystal Dangerfield has her eyes up as she dribbles the ball with her left hand.

What acquiring Crystal Dangerfield means for the Atlanta Dream

By Hunter Cruse / May 4, 2024

Atlanta adds reliable point guard in low-risk, high-reward trade

Atlanta Dream guards Rhyne Howard and Allisha Gray hug.

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

Nyadiew Puoch poses with WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert at the 2024 WNBA Draft

Atlanta Dream add international talent in the 2024 WNBA Draft

By Hunter Cruse / April 16, 2024

Atlanta looks toward future with draft haul headlined by Australia’s Nyadiew Puoch

Graphic with photo of Rhyne Howard (10) shooting over her defender, Natasha Cloud (9), during a game between the Atlanta Dream and the Washington Mystics. Text below reads "Rhyne's Rise". Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Headshots of guest Dan Padover and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Dan Padover’s Atlanta Dream sequence with new additions joining Rhyne Howard

By The Next / February 20, 2024

Dream GM talks adding veteran experience, versatility in free agency

Elena Delle Donne, Nneka Ogwumike and DeWanna Bonner are all still unsigned in WNBA free agency, as of Feb. 2. (All photo credits: Domenic Allegra | The Next)

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Why has WNBA free agency felt different in 2024?

By The Next / February 2, 2024

Rachel Galligan of Winsidr breaks down the moves that have happened and what’s still coming

Tina Charles pictured in a game on July 30, 2022 against the Washington Mystics (Photo credit: Domenic Allegra, The Next)

Dream add former WNBA MVP Tina Charles, re-sign Nia Coffey

By Hunter Cruse / February 1, 2024

Analyzing Atlanta’s newest free agency signings