Marine Johannes

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

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Who’s the favorite: Breanna Stewart’s New York Liberty? A’ja Wilson’s Las Vegas Aces? 

By The Next / August 29, 2023

Howard and Jackie discuss Monday night game, Las Vegas Aces vs. New York Liberty, how the Liberty won without JJ and Vegas’ concerns without Candace Parker in the mix

Courtney Vandersloot, Sandy Brondello, Breanna Stewart and Sabrina Ionescu discuss the New York Liberty win over the Las Vegas Aces on Aug. 28, 2023. (Howard Megdal photo)

The Las Vegas Aces limited Jonquel Jones. The New York Liberty won anyway.

By Jackie Powell / August 29, 2023

‘In order for us to be great, you don’t want to rush it’

How Betnijah Laney and Marine Johannès’ pieces fit the Liberty puzzle 

By Jackie Powell / August 24, 2023

Laney and Johannès stepped up during the Liberty’s west coast road trip

New York Liberty center Han Xu smiles as she stands in the center of a team huddle.

Will Han Xu be the answer to New York Liberty’s bench woes?

By Jackie Powell / July 8, 2023

One of the Liberty’s perceived strengths was their depth, but the bench has struggled lately

New York Liberty guard Marine Johannès drives with her left hand while Atlanta Dream guard Allisha Gray trails her.

The mystique of New York’s Marine Johannès

By Jackie Powell / June 24, 2023

Why Johannès is one of the Liberty’s most fascinating players

2023 WNBA season preview: New York Liberty

By Jackie Powell / May 18, 2023

‘There’s just this commitment to wanting to be great’

New York Liberty big wing Breanna Stewart dribbles downhill while Las Vegas Aces center A'ja Wilson defends her from the side, in a matchup of WNBA preseason favorites.

The Next’s 2023 WNBA preseason awards and predictions

By Em Adler / May 18, 2023

MVP, ROY, and a ton of fun off-the-wall questions asked and answered

How signing Marine Johannès helps the Liberty aim even higher

By Jackie Powell / March 5, 2023

Johannès is expected to report to New York following the French League playoffs

What Han Xu re-signing with the Liberty means for 2023

By Jackie Powell / February 19, 2023

New York’s bench conundrum gets some more intrigue