NaLyssa Smith

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Agent Erin Kane talks Caitlin Clark, Napheesa Collier, future of WNBA

By The Next / October 31, 2023

Howard and agent Erin Kane of Excel Sports discuss her newest client, Caitlin Clark, how that came about, the StateFarm partnership and more

Locked On Women’s Basketball: What’s ahead for Aliyah Boston, Kelsey Mitchell and Indiana Fever? Lin Dunn tells us

By The Next / September 14, 2023

Howard and Lin Dunn discuss the Fever’s 2023 season, the growth of the young team, Aliyah Boston’s rookie year and more

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Time to stop sleeping on Indiana Fever’s NaLyssa Smith

By The Next / August 31, 2023

Smith discussed the Fever’s success and how she has evolved in Year 2

Indiana Fever forward NaLyssa Smith

What the Indiana Fever lost — and learned — without NaLyssa Smith

By Tony East / August 18, 2023

The Fever knew NaLyssa Smith was an important piece of the team, and her time on the sideline hammered home the point

Washington Mystics head coach Mike Thibault and Indiana Fever General Manager Lin Dunn sit for a conversation in Entertainment and Sports Arena on July 7, 2023. Below, white text on an orange background reads "Lin Dunn explains it all"

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Indiana Fever general manager Lin Dunn explains it all 

By The Next / July 13, 2023

Howard and Lin Dunn discuss the biggest areas of growth for the Fever this season

Indiana Fever forward Victaria Saxton

Indiana Fever forward Victaria Saxton beat the odds to make the team

By Tony East / June 21, 2023

‘She got better, she just improved her game from the start of training camp, that was really impressive to me,’ Sides said of Saxton

Members of the Indiana Fever stand huddled up in the paint during a WNBA game while some members of the Minnesota Lynx stand behind them at the free-throw line in a huddle, as they all wait before a Lynx takes free-throws.

Sunday Notes, Week 4: Fever improve, Mercury collapse and a Dojkić breakout

By Em Adler / June 18, 2023

Our weekly look around the WNBA breaks down the Indiana Fever improving, the Phoenix Mercury falling, and the play of Ivana Dojkić.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: I’ve got a Fever and the only prescription is more Boston

By The Next / June 16, 2023

Boston helps Indiana surge back into WNBA playoff contention

Head Coach Christie Sides and center Aliyah Boston look on during Indiana Fever training camp on April 30, 2023. Photo Courtesy of the Indiana Fever.

2023 WNBA season preview: Indiana Fever

By Tony East / May 17, 2023

The Indiana Fever have had a few down years in a row, but with new talent, a new head coach and new focuses, the team is ready to take off

Close-up photos of Indiana Fever forward/center Aliyah Boston (left) and Atlanta Dream guard Rhyne Howard are displayed side-by-side. The text "Indiana or Atlanta?" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the upper right corner.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Ranking the WNBA’s young cores

By The Next / May 13, 2023

Do the Indiana Fever and Aliyah Boston take the top spot? Or perhaps the Atlanta Dream, led by Rhyne Howard?