Sabrina Ionescu

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

2022 New York Liberty finally ‘touched the surface’ of their potential

By Jackie Powell / September 8, 2022

‘We’re going to be a tough team to beat’

Two pictures side-by-side, of Seattle Storm big wing Breanna Stewart on the left and a smiling and jogging-upcourt Las Vegas Aces center A'ja Wilson on the left

The Next’s 2022 WNBA Awards: MVP

By Em Adler / September 7, 2022

Our unofficial tally has Stewart-Wilson as close as it gets

Four pictures in a collage: on top, Las Vegas Aces wing Jackie Young has the ball at the top of her dribble while looking out the court; on the bottom-left, Minnesota point guard Moriah Jefferson drives downhill from the slot around a pick-and-roll screen from Lynx center Sylvia Fowles, who is beginning to roll after screening Dallas Wings wing Marina Mabrey off of Jefferson; on the middle of the bottom, Seattle Storm big Ezi Magbegor celebrates a teammate's three from the bench, while the crowd celebrates in the background; on the bottom-right, New York Liberty combo guard Sabrina Ionescu holds the ball above her head while releasing a jumper

The Next’s 2022 WNBA Awards: Most Improved Player

By Em Adler / August 29, 2022

The Next’s 2022 WNBA Most Improved Player is Las Vegas’ Jackie Young

Chicago Sky combo forward Rebekah Gardner dribbles up the court past the halfcourt line

Chicago Sky notebook: On to Connecticut

By James Kay / August 25, 2022

Wade gets extension while Gardner gets All-Rookie nod

An orange and white Wilson basketball with the WNBA logo on it sits on the blue Connecticut Sun basketball court.

Inside the record-setting WNBA audience in 2022

By Caylen Johnson / August 23, 2022

The WNBA had the most-watched season and the most-watched game since 2008

Locked on Women’s Basketball: What just happened to the Chicago Sky? Is Sabrina Ionescu making the leap?

By The Next / August 18, 2022

It was a wild night in Chicago during the first evening of the WNBA Playoffs with the Chicago Sky falling to the New York Liberty 98-91

New York Liberty combo guard Sabrina Ionescu stands on the court facing teammates, with one hand on her hip and the other with its palm facing the ground to communicate a "settle down" message.

How Sabrina Ionescu made the New York Liberty her team

By Jackie Powell / August 11, 2022

‘We’ve all accepted holding each other to that standard’

LA Sparks off-ball guard Brittney Sykes pulls the ball towards her stomach with both arms in preparation to pass

After two losses in New York, where do Sparks go from here?

By David Yapkowitz / August 5, 2022

What needs to change against the Atlanta Dream?

Liberty combo guard Sabrina Ionescu (20) calls a play, holding her left pointer finger in the air.

Daily Briefing — Aug. 4, 2022: New York Liberty overcome 20-point deficit to beat the Sparks

By Isabel Rodrigues / August 4, 2022

Ionescu: ‘If I’m open, I’m gonna shoot it’