Katie Lou Samuelson

Fever head coach Carlos Knox embraces Fever forward NaLyssa Smith, both are smiling. Fever guards Lexie Hull and Danielle Robinson walk towards Knox and Smith.

Daily Briefing — May 28, 2022: OPPORTUNITY KNOX — Carlos Knox earns first win with Indiana Fever

By Isabel Rodrigues / May 28, 2022

How many minutes can the Liberty find for Han Xu?

Minnesota Lynx guard Kayla McBride (21) dribbles the ball in a WNBA game against the Indiana Fever at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Sept. 12, 2021. (Photo credit: John McLellan)

EuroLeague offseason updates: Laia Palau calls it quits, WNBA imports return home

By Antonio Losada / May 21, 2022

And four WNBA-linked players are moving on from Avenida

Kayla McBride and Bridget Carleton emphatically celebrate the former's game-winning layup

Daily Briefing — May 18, 2022: Mercury poisoning

By Em Adler / May 18, 2022

Minnesota gets on the board

Natasha Howard directing traffic.

EuroLeague 2022 year in review: Part II

By Antonio Losada / April 30, 2022

Closing the curtain on the 2022 EuroLeague season

EuroLeague 2022 year in review: Part I

By Antonio Losada / April 23, 2022

Which WNBA imports performed the best in the 2022 EuroLeague season?

ELW 2022

EuroLeague Final Four: Underdog Sopron gets crowned champions

By Antonio Losada / April 11, 2022

Gabby Williams was unstoppable

EuroLeague Final Four: Upset, unexpected comeback set up Sunday’s final

By Antonio Losada / April 9, 2022

All the favorites advanced to the EuroLeague Women Final Four, and the two semifinal games did not disappoint

Liz Cambage

How the Los Angeles Sparks pulled off a whirlwind free agency

By David Yapkowitz / February 6, 2022

Liz Cambage, Chennedy Carter headline the Sparks’ unexpected flurry of moves

With a week left in the EuroLeague, 11 teams are still chasing postseason berths

By Antonio Losada / January 29, 2022

Just three of eight quarterfinal berths have been locked up

First quarterfinalists come out of a disrupted ELW Week 12

By Antonio Losada / January 22, 2022

Another week of postponed EuroLeague games allowed just 10 of the 14 teams to take the court, and three of them to qualify for the 2022 postseason.