Lauren Jackson

Graphic with college-era photos of Candace Parker, A'ja Wilson and Caitlin Clark. Text below reads "Best Prospects Ever"

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Who are the top 15 draft prospects in WNBA history?

By The Next / November 18, 2023

Join our scouting team for a WNBA prospect rewind, covering Candace Parker, Tamika Catchings and many more!

Lauren Jackson looks up while shooting White text on an orange background reads "3-level scoring big"

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Lauren Jackson, a modern-day center in the 2000s

By The Next / August 5, 2023

‘What stood out to me was how almost perfect her innate sense of movement was’

Sue Bird, her loved ones, and fans, watch her jersey float to the rafters of Climate Pledge Arena on June 11, 2023. (Photo by Steph Chambers, Getty Images.)

A look back at Sue Bird’s jersey retirement ceremony

By Rowan Schaberg / June 18, 2023

A record-breaking career is honored with a record-breaking celebration.

Jade Melbourne signing ushers in new Storm era

By Rowan Schaberg / February 21, 2023

Melbourne joins an extensive list of other Australians who have played in the Emerald City over the franchise’s 22-year history

2004 WNBA champion Simone Edwards passes away after battling ovarian cancer

By Aya Abdeen / February 17, 2023

WNBA champion Simone Edwards passes away at age 49

Storm point guard Sue Bird enters Entertainment and Sports Arena. She's wearing shades, gold chains, and a dark blue velvet shirt.

Seattle Storm to retire Sue Bird’s jersey in 2023

By Em Adler / January 19, 2023

The Storm announced Thursday that they will be retiring Bird’s No. 10 jersey on June 11, 2023

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: WNBA faces in the WNBL and Australian preview with Hayley Wildes, Part II 

By The Next / November 2, 2022

Isabel and Hayley Wildes discuss the WNBL in their Part II preview

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: WNBA faces in the WNBL and Australian preview with Hayley Wildes, Part I

By The Next / November 1, 2022

Isabel and Hayley Wildes discuss all things WNBL as the 2022 season is approaching

USA's A'ja Wilson (9) goes for a left-handed layup over China's Li Yueru (14), who defends. Another Chinese player steps toward Wilson to defend.

Daily Briefing — Oct. 1, 2022: GOLDEN AGE — USA wins fourth consecutive World Cup

By Isabel Rodrigues / October 1, 2022

A’ja Wilson named Tournament MVP, Alyssa Thomas named Best Defensive Player

Team USA players, wearing their red jerseys, raise their hands in the air in celebration after winning the gold medal in the 2022 FIBA Women's World Cup.

Why this World Cup win was different for Team USA

By Scott Mammoser / October 1, 2022

A’ja Wilson named World Cup MVP after Team USA’s 22-point win over China