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Phoenix Mercury and Suns owner Robert Sarver announces plans to sell teams

By Kobe Mosley / September 21, 2022

Announcement comes eight days after the NBA suspended, fined Sarver for inappropriate behavior

Four images of All-WNBA selections in a collage: on the top-left, a shot of Las Vegas point guard Kelsey Plum from behind, holding her follow-through as the ball falls through the hoop, with fans in the background celebrating but out of focus; on the top-right, Phoenix Mercury point guard Skylar Diggins-Smith drives from the key past Connecticut Sun combo guard Natisha Hiedeman, who is falling over towards her; on the bottom-left, Los Angeles Sparks big Nneka Ogwumike jogs up the court while pointing ahead; on the bottom-right, a shot of New York Liberty combo guard Sabrina Ionescu from behind, holding a finger up while looking out towards her teammates and Washington Mystics players

The Next’s 2022 WNBA Awards: All-WNBA

By Em Adler / September 14, 2022

The Next’s official 2022 WNBA awards wrapping up with All-WNBA

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Phoenix Mercury and Suns owner Robert Sarver suspended after investigation

By The Next / September 13, 2022

Alex and Hayden discuss Tuesday’s news about Phoenix Mercury and Suns owner Robert Sarver being suspended for one year and fined $10 million after an investigation into comments of racism and misogyny

The on-court players for the Phoenix Mercury huddle-up

What does the Robert Sarver suspension mean for the Phoenix Mercury?

By Hayden Cilley / September 13, 2022

Critical offseason looms, with Sarver’s shadow remaining

Diamond DeShields (1) of the Phoenix Mercury drives to the basket against the Washington Mystics on June 12, 2022. Photo credit: Domenic Allegra

“It validates the work I’m doing”: Diamond DeShields striving towards 2022 USAB roster

By Hayden Cilley / September 9, 2022

A change of roles expanded DeShields game into a potential Team USA roster spot

The thumbnail for the Phoenix Mercury season review podcast on the Locked on Women's Basketball podcast

Locked on Women’s Basketball: What’s next for the Phoenix Mercury?

By The Next / September 3, 2022

Alex Simon and Hayden Cilley discuss the Mercury’s 2022 season and what lies ahead

How the Phoenix Mercury overcame all odds

By Hayden Cilley / August 26, 2022

A season unlike any other presents some beauty in the chaos

Aces center A'ja Wilson (22) goes for a jumpshot as the Mercury's Megan Gustafson (10) and Jennie Simms (25) contest the shot.

Daily Briefing — Aug. 21, 2022: Aces hand Phoenix Mercury playoff-eliminating 37-point loss

By Isabel Rodrigues / August 21, 2022

Historically bad playoff losses bookend Saturday’s slate of WNBA playoff games

Phoenix Mercury guard Shey Peddy (11) dribbles during a WNBA game against the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn., on Aug. 2, 2022. (Photo credit: Chris Poss)

What Shey Peddy’s Achilles injury means for the Phoenix Mercury

By Hayden Cilley / August 20, 2022

‘For her to go down like that, it just breaks your heart’

Chicago Sky head coach James Wade and his assistant coaches sit on the bench and look out towards the court, with Wade looking disgusted by what he's seeing

Daily Briefing — Aug. 20, 2022: Chippy in Chicago, starring James Wade and Reporter

By Em Adler / August 20, 2022

It’s like Sleepless in Seattle, but more Barclays Center, less Empire State Building