Skylar Diggins-Smith

Seattle Storm forward Nneka Ogwumike holds the ball at her waist while Minnesota Lynx forward Napheesa Collier defends on her back.

Seattle Storm see improvement amid disappointing start to season

By Bella Munson / May 18, 2024

Skylar Diggins-Smith: ‘The effort is there. We’re encouraged’

WNBA orange and white ball is pictured

WNBA announces three new partnerships

By Sydney Wingfield / May 13, 2024

DICK’S Sporting Goods, SKIMS and CarMax partner with league

Phoenix Mercury combo guard Skylar Diggins-Smith releases a free-throw-line jumper off her fingertips, while Washington Mystics defenders look on

The Next’s 2024 WNBA preseason awards and predictions

By Em Adler / May 13, 2024

MVP, ROY and off-the-wall questions asked and answered

Nika Mühl crouches in a defensive stance with her arms out wide. She focuses intently on the ball that a male practice player is dribbling at her.

Seattle Storm notebook: Mercedes Russell returns renewed, Nika Mühl comes prepared

By Bella Munson / May 10, 2024

The six-year veteran and the rookie will both be impactful reserves for the Storm

Nneka Ogwumike, Sami Whitcomb, Kiana Williams, Skylar Diggins-Smith, Jewell Loyd and Mercedes Russell stand and watch scrimmages at practice.

2024 WNBA season preview: Seattle Storm

By Bella Munson / May 5, 2024

Free agency additions bring high expectations, but what will the rest of the roster look like? How will the team find success?

WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert speaks with the media ahead of a playoff game between the Connecticut Sun and Minnesota Lynx.

WNBA returns to Canada for exhibition game May 5. Will northern expansion follow?

By Aya Abdeen / March 7, 2024

Engelbert: ‘Globalizing the game is an important part of our strategy’

Nneka Ogwumike stands in a bright yellow blazer holding a Storm jersey emblazoned with the number three and Ogwumike's last name. She stands next to Skylar Diggins-Smith who holds a jersey with her own last name and the number four on it.

Skylar Diggins-Smith and Nneka Ogwumike talk why Seattle, excitement, and high expectations

By Bella Munson / February 28, 2024

Dedicated practice facilities, high expectations, and Jewell Loyd highlight how Seattle signed two all-time greats

Skylar Diggins-Smith stands in a gym, talking to Bridget Pettis who has her back turned to the camera, basketball under her arm.

How Bridget Pettis helped Skylar Diggins-Smith return to the court

By Bella Munson / February 27, 2024

Diggins-Smith: ‘I didn’t feel like I wanted to keep playing’

Nneka Ogwumike stands in profile view with her hair in a bun and a white headband as she looks up into the distance.

Nneka Ogwumike signing completes Seattle’s turnaround into immediate contender

By Bella Munson / February 6, 2024

One of the WNBA’s all-time great players adds both impressive offense and defense that will undoubtedly further elevate the Storm

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