Kayla Thornton

Kayla Thornton and Jonquel Jones embrace

Kayla Thornton shows the Liberty how to stay ready

By Jackie Powell / June 5, 2024

Kennedy Burke: ‘She just has this light and glow about her’

The Liberty are interviewed by Holly Rowe

The New York Liberty are done playing catchup

By Jackie Powell / May 19, 2024

Starting 3-0 and setting an attendance record at the home opener could make this the Liberty’s year

Phoenix Mercury combo guard Skylar Diggins-Smith releases a free-throw-line jumper off her fingertips, while Washington Mystics defenders look on

The Next’s 2024 WNBA preseason awards and predictions

By Em Adler / May 13, 2024

MVP, ROY and off-the-wall questions asked and answered

Sabrina Ionescu speaks to Betnijah Laney, Breanna Stewart, Courtney Vandersloot and Jonquel Jones

2024 WNBA season preview: New York Liberty

By Jackie Powell / May 2, 2024

Healing the scar of the 2023 WNBA Finals

There was no beauty in New York Liberty’s struggle on Wednesday night

By Jackie Powell / October 12, 2023

Ionescu: ‘We’re gonna have to figure it out this week’

How will the Liberty respond to playing their ‘worst game of the season’?

By Jackie Powell / September 25, 2023

What contributed to the New York Liberty’s stunning game one semifinal loss to the Connecticut Sun

Graphic with a photo of Jonquel Jones, Sabrina Ionescu and Betnijah Laney of the New York Liberty. Text overlay reads "How the Liberty Advanced."

Locked On Women’s Basketball: How Jonquel Jones, New York Liberty advanced to WNBA semifinals

By The Next / September 20, 2023

Howard and Jackie react to the Liberty’s playoff series victory against Washington

To advance to semifinals, New York Liberty beat Washington Mystics in overtime ‘together’

By Jackie Powell / September 20, 2023

‘It felt like a team win’

A three-picture collage of the leading WNBA Sixth Player of the Year vote-getters: on top, Alysha Clark shoots a 3-pointer; on the bottom-left, Dana Evans fights to keep ahold of the ball as she weaves through traffic; on the bottom-right, DiJonai Carrington makes the "count it" gesture to celebrate an and-1.

The Next’s 2023 WNBA Awards: Sixth Player of the Year

By Em Adler / September 17, 2023

Former starter Aces combo forward Alysha Clark earns the honor

‘Heart’: New York Liberty’s guiding principle

By Jackie Powell / September 12, 2023

‘To be a New York Liberty player you have to live and breathe that’