Tamika Catchings

Caitlin Clark Indiana Fever

What you didn’t see at the Indiana Fever’s Caitlin Clark introductory press conference

By Tony East / April 17, 2024

Clark was officially introduced to Indianapolis on Wednesday as a member of the Indiana Fever in a presser fit for a star

Caitlin Clark smiles as she holds an ESPN microphone and looks out at the Iowa fans after a victory in the 2023 Final Four.

Iowa star Caitlin Clark declares for 2024 WNBA Draft

By Aya Abdeen / February 29, 2024

Clark is presumed to be picked first by the Indiana Fever

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

Picks from the 2022 WNBA Draft pose for a photo with WNBA commissioner Cathy Engelbert. The text "Scouting the WNBA Draft" 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: How do amateur scouts evaluate the WNBA Draft?

By The Next / January 20, 2024

Film matters, from throughout a prospect’s college career

Graphic with college-era photos of Candace Parker, A'ja Wilson and Caitlin Clark. Text below reads "Best Prospects Ever"

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Who are the top 15 draft prospects in WNBA history?

By The Next / November 18, 2023

Join our scouting team for a WNBA prospect rewind, covering Candace Parker, Tamika Catchings and many more!

Washington Mystics guard Brittney Sykes extends her right arm to steal a lateral pass from a Connecticut Sun player.

Washington Mystics guard Brittney Sykes is chasing 100 steals — and WNBA history

By Jenn Hatfield / September 2, 2023

Sykes, the two-time reigning steals champion, has been even more dangerous defensively this season

Tennessee head coach Pat Summitt points out something to forward Tamika Catchings. The phrases "WNBA Retrospect" and "Best Ever Non-No. 1 Pick" 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: Why did Tamika Catchings fall in 2001 WNBA Draft?

By The Next / August 12, 2023

Should the Charlotte Sting have picked Catchings over Georgia’s Kelly Miller?

Atlanta Dream guard Danielle Robinson (3) during the WNBA game between the Atlanta Dream and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Connecticut, USA on July 20, 2023.

How Danielle Robinson’s impact for the Dream goes beyond the box score

By Hunter Cruse / August 1, 2023

Haley Jones: ‘DRob is one of the best leaders I’ve had the opportunity to play with’

Connecticut Sun forward Alyssa Thomas is shown in profile, standing alone with her hands on her hips and gazing out in front of her.

Alyssa Thomas is taking over the Connecticut Sun record books

By Jacqueline LeBlanc / July 22, 2023

Thomas became the Sun’s all-time assists leader on Tuesday

What’s keeping Tamika Catchings busy in 2023? Cornhole — and much more

By Scott Mammoser / June 5, 2023

Basketball legend remains involved in numerous activities