WNBA Draft

Washington Mystics

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Inside Washington Mystics WNBA Draft Night

By The Next / April 19, 2022

‘Most of the fans I spoke to at the draft party were expecting Shakira Austin’, said Jenn

Los Angeles

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Los Angeles Sparks make the most of the 2022 WNBA Draft

By The Next / April 14, 2022

Alex and David discuss all things Los Angeles Sparks and the 2022 WNBA Draft

Storm

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Seattle Storm had an eventful 2022 WNBA Draft without any first-round picks

By The Next / April 13, 2022

Howard Megdal and Em discuss the Seattle Storm and all things 2022 WNBA draft

‘We like the versatility’: Sparks add Rae Burrell on busy draft night

By David Yapkowitz / April 13, 2022

While facing an uphill battle, the Sparks four draftees will compete for a coveted roster spot

‘Sit back and watch’: How James Wade experienced the 2022 WNBA Draft

By James Kay / April 13, 2022

For the Chicago Sky, no picks but lots of paninis

Members of the Seattle Storm front office and coaching staff sit around a table littered with papers, laptops, and office supplies for the 2022 WNBA Draft.

2022 WNBA Draft: Seattle Storm make some things out of nothing

By Em Adler / April 13, 2022

Talisa Rhea discusses the Storm’s war room deliberations

Phoenix

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Phoenix Mercury’s 2022 WNBA Draft night

By The Next / April 12, 2022

‘Everything that’s been very focused on getting Griner home still remains the focus and that is the number one priority I think for everybody in and around the WNBA’ said Alex

Nia Clouden and Cathy Engelbert. (Photo courtesy of the WNBA)

Sun add backcourt talent in 2022 WNBA Draft with a competitive training camp in mind

By Jacqueline LeBlanc / April 12, 2022

The Sun land their top target with the team’s first first-round pick since 2019

WATCH: Jonathan Kolb, Sandy Brondello and The Next staff recap the WNBA Draft

By The Next / April 11, 2022

Liberty head coach and GM kick off post-draft reaction podcast

2022 WNBA Draft: How the Atlanta Dream’s selections, headlined by Rhyne Howard, change the franchise’s future

By Spencer Nusbaum / April 11, 2022

‘The ceiling is absolutely there for her to be one of those foundational pieces on a championship-level team,’ GM Padover says of Howard