Seimone Augustus

Athletes Unlimited Pro Basketball announces finalized roster for the 2024 season

By Arie Graham / January 30, 2024

Big names, plenty of WNBA talent, and a streamlined way to watch

Six of the top prospects in WNBA history — Candace Parker, Caitlin Clark, A'ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart, Diana Taurasi and Brittney Griner — pictured in a graphic.

Ranking the top WNBA Draft prospects of all time

By Em Adler / January 23, 2024

See where all the greats line up

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The Next staff picks: Top stories and podcasts of 2023

By Isabel Rodrigues / December 22, 2023

Whether it be college, pro or international hoops, our writers reflect on a year of work in women’s basketball

A close-up shot from straight on of Minnesota Lynx guard Seimone Augustus shooting the ball. The phrases "WNBA Retrospect" and "Premier Bucket-Getter" are 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: Seimone Augustus, the WNBA’s best isolation scorer and bucket-getter

By The Next / September 9, 2023

‘The ideal shooting guard prospect but in a big wing’s body’

How the Minnesota Lynx keep growing their audience

By Terry Horstman / August 10, 2023

Inside the significant jump in attendance, TV ratings this season

2023 WNBA All-Star Game has different feel with Brittney Griner back

By Jesse Morrison / July 16, 2023

The 2023 WNBA All-Star Game felt normal again with Brittney Griner back in the game for the first time since 2021

Inside the Minnesota Lynx’s weekend of reflection and celebration

By Terry Horstman / June 15, 2023

The team honored its All-25 team and retired Sylvia Fowles jersey

Three photos are arranged in a grid: Maryland's Diamond Miller celebrates on the court at left; South Carolina's Aliyah Boston backs down a defender at top; and Tennessee's Jordan Horston looks up as she dribbles at bottom.

Who typically wins WNBA Rookie of the Year — and what happens next?

By Jenn Hatfield / April 26, 2023

Aliyah Boston is the favorite, but she’ll have challengers

Cheryl Reeve meets with the media after Minnesota's 97-92 win against the Washington Mystics on July 26 at Target Center in Minneapolis (Photo Credit: John McClellan)

How the Lynx turned a fringe WNBA player into 2023 draftees Maïa Hirsch and Brea Beal

By Hunter Cruse / April 23, 2023

Minnesota uses ‘Sam Presti-like’ strategy to add top international prospect in 2023 draft

LSU stuns, builds legacy in program’s first championship

By Gabriella Lewis / April 2, 2023

A game for the ages as Tigers break through