Tyasha Harris

Arike Ogunbowale and Team WNBA teammates celebrate her hitting a 3-pointer in the 2024 All-Star Game

Sunday Notes, Week 9.5: Arike Ogunbowale again downs Team USA, Jordan Horston for MIP, Marina Mabrey on the move

By Em Adler / July 21, 2024

Our weekly look around the WNBA looks at the first major in-season trade in nearly a decade and more.

Connecticut Sun guard DiJonai Carrington sits on the court and appears to be questioning a call. The text "A good thing about every WNBA team" 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: One good thing about every WNBA team in 2024

By The Next / June 22, 2024

Connecticut’s guards, Washington’s passing are a few reasons to cheer

Washington Mystics vs. Connecticut Sun

Inside the Connecticut Sun’s league-leading offense 

By Noa Dalzell / May 24, 2024

Five Sun players are averaging double-figures as the Connecticut Sun remain the only undefeated team in the league

A three-picture collage of the leading WNBA Sixth Player of the Year vote-getters: on top, Alysha Clark shoots a 3-pointer; on the bottom-left, Dana Evans fights to keep ahold of the ball as she weaves through traffic; on the bottom-right, DiJonai Carrington makes the "count it" gesture to celebrate an and-1.

The Next’s 2023 WNBA Awards: Sixth Player of the Year

By Em Adler / September 17, 2023

Former starter Aces combo forward Alysha Clark earns the honor

Alyssa Thomas dominance, bench impact, and growing chemistry lead Connecticut Sun to 20 wins

By Jacqueline LeBlanc / August 6, 2023

After Alyssa Thomas’ historic performance on Tuesday, White said her name should be firmly in the MVP conversation

Wings acquire Natasha Howard from Liberty in three-team trade

By Arie Graham / January 16, 2023

Dallas’ move for Howard in a major three-team trade should aid the defense

Wings duo Bella Alarie, Ty Harris talk life in the WNBA and Under Armour

By Dorothy J. Gentry / August 14, 2020

A plan to do for women’s basketball what Steph Curry did for the men’s game