Katie Lou Samuelson

Nneka Ogwumike, Los Angeles Sparks

Nneka Ogwumike is the steadying influence the Sparks need

By David Yapkowitz / July 19, 2023

With the Sparks being tested with adversity, they’ve leaned on their leader

Karlie Samuelson, Los Angeles Sparks

Karlie Samuelson just wants an opportunity

By David Yapkowitz / May 23, 2023

The veteran sharpshooter is confident she belongs in the WNBA

Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller stands in front of the scorer's table, holding a clipboard and smiling while looking out at the court. He is wearing the Sun's Pride shirt.

Los Angeles Sparks balance present and future with WNBA draft selections

By David Yapkowitz / April 11, 2023

Cooke and Czinano go from Final Four opponents to Sparks teammates

Los Angeles Sparks off-ball guard Lexie Brown releases a long jumper off fingertips, as two Connecticut Sun defenders watch on from a distance too far away to contest

Sparks make first free agency signings

By David Yapkowitz / February 1, 2023

Lexie Brown is back in the fold and Stephanie Talbot has arrived

Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller stands in front of the scorer's table, holding a clipboard and smiling while looking out at the court. He is wearing the Sun's Pride shirt.

2023 WNBA free agency preview: Los Angeles Sparks

By David Yapkowitz / January 10, 2023

The Sparks are set to enter WNBA free agency armed with cap space

Connecticut Sun head coach Curt Miller stands in front of the scorer's table, looking out towards the court, with his arms crossed

Los Angeles Sparks get their coach in Curt Miller

By David Yapkowitz / October 21, 2022

Veteran WNBA coach Curt Miller will serve as the franchise’s next head coach

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Los Angeles Sparks’ Katie Lou Samuelson has found her groove

By The Next / August 2, 2022

Katie Lou Samuelson of the Los Angeles Sparks has found her place in the WNBA after a well-traveled four-year career

Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart leans back with the ball high above her head as she begins to shoot a fadeaway jumper, while New York Liberty big Natasha Howard leans toward her with an arm outstretched to try to block the shot.

The Next’s 2022 WNBA midseason awards

By Em Adler / July 11, 2022

Stewart, Wilson in tight MVP race; Howard leads ROY pack

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