Jordin Canada

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

Los Angeles Sparks guard Jordin Canada (21) before the WNBA game between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA on September 05, 2023.

Dream trade for Jordin Canada from Sparks

By Hunter Cruse / February 1, 2024

Atlanta makes big moves to open WNBA offseason

Jonquel Jones leaps to the basket.

Jonquel Jones intends to return to the Liberty in 2024

By Jackie Powell / January 23, 2024

Jones received interest from most teams in the WNBA

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

Liberty players Jonquel Jones and Breanna Stewart, wearing white Liberty uniforms, jump to defend a Connecticut Sun offensive player in an orange Sun uniform.

2024 WNBA free agency preview: New York Liberty

By Jackie Powell / January 12, 2024

How can the Liberty retain their starting frontcourt while adding to their bench?

A three-picture collage of the leading WNBA Most Improved Player vote-getters: on top, Jordin Canada dribbles past a Connecticut Sun defender who has fallen over; on the bottom-left, Satou Sabally drives baseline into the paint; on the bottom-right, Alanna Smith looks surprised.

The Next’s 2023 WNBA Awards: Most Improved Player

By Em Adler / September 20, 2023

Jordin Canada takes the internal vote from The Next staff

At the slot, Los Angeles Sparks off-ball guard Lexie Brown looks towards the key and gathers the ball at her hips to pass, while Connecticut Sun point guard Yvonne Anderson stands right in front of her to defend

Lexie Brown shares details on season-ending illness

By Cameron Ruby / September 14, 2023

‘Knowing that I’m at the tail end of it, the worst is behind me, helps me stay positive’

Los Angeles Sparks big Nneka Ogwumike looks out at the court from the baseline behind the basket, as a ref stands next to her

WNBA stars reflect on the dissolution of the Pac-12 

By Cameron Ruby / August 31, 2023

‘I played with and against these women my whole life’