Natasha Cloud

Chicago Sky wing Kahleah Copper drives baseline from the corner, while Washington Mystics center Shakira Austin runs alongside her with an arm in front of Copper to try to keep up

3 takeaways from Kahleah Copper’s and Natasha Cloud’s Phoenix Mercury introductions

By Jesse Morrison / February 26, 2024

Cloud: ’Phoenix is that new team that is investing into not only their organizations but into their players both on and off the court’

Athletes Unlimited pens multi-year extension with ESPN

By Sydney Wingfield / February 21, 2024

Basketball added to mix

Graphic with photos of Natasha Cloud (left, Mystics), Kahleah Copper (center, Sky), and Rebecca Allen (right, Sun) during games. Text below reads "Mercury making moves." Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Headshots of host Natalie Heavren and guest Jesse Morrison at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Phoenix Mercury are making moves in 2024 WNBA free agency

By The Next / February 9, 2024

‘[Phoenix] needed somebody that’s really going to be that number one player’

Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud walks off the court and looks to her right at fans cheering in the stands. She raises her right arm in acknowledgment.

‘She’s in the front of everything’: Natasha Cloud’s departure from Washington reverberates on the court and in the community

By Jenn Hatfield / February 4, 2024

The outspoken point guard was a fan favorite and one of the city’s longest-tenured athletes

Connecticut Sun guard Rebecca Allen shoots a right-handed jump shot.

Phoenix Mercury trade for Rebecca Allen to help shore up their defense

By Jesse Morrison / February 4, 2024

‘Becca is a multidimensional player, who can impact the game on both ends of the floor’

Elena Delle Donne, Nneka Ogwumike and DeWanna Bonner are all still unsigned in WNBA free agency, as of Feb. 2. (All photo credits: Domenic Allegra | The Next)

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Why has WNBA free agency felt different in 2024?

By The Next / February 2, 2024

Rachel Galligan of Winsidr breaks down the moves that have happened and what’s still coming

Los Angeles Sparks guard Karlie Samuelson leaps off the bench and smiles as she's introduced in the starting lineup.

Washington Mystics fill holes but don’t land a superstar on Day 1 of free agency

By Jenn Hatfield / February 2, 2024

Samuelson, Richards, Vanloo and Engstler can’t replace Mystics legend Cloud

Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud runs onto the court, clenches her fists and yells as she is introduced to the home crowd.

How the Natasha Cloud signing changes Phoenix Mercury’s trajectory

By Jesse Morrison / February 1, 2024

A new floor general, and a possible harbinger of bigger things to come

Two of the most notable players in free agency face each other on the court: Washington Mystics big wing Elena Delle Donne defends Phoenix Mercury point guard Skylar Diggins-Smith

The Next’s 2024 WNBA free agency predictions

By Em Adler / January 21, 2024

Our staff predicts landing spots and contracts for top free agents in 2024

Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud and forward/guard Elena Delle Donne stand side-by-side in their black Rebel jerseys, looking out in front of them. Delle Donne clenches her right fist. The text "Are Cloud & Delle Donne gone?" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Why Washington Mystics hold the keys to WNBA free agency

By The Next / January 19, 2024

Will Elena Delle Donne and Natasha Cloud still be Mystics for 2024?