WNBA offseason

Players on the Minnesota Lynx circle-up and put their hands together in the middle before a send-off

ROUNDTABLE: ‘Too Many Lynx,’ starring Cheryl Reeve

By The Next / February 23, 2022

The Next staff offers solutions for Minnesota’s roster crunch

Klutch Sports Group establishes women’s basketball division, adds A’ja Wilson and Aliyah Boston as clients

By Gabriela Carroll / February 17, 2022

‘Women are some of the most electrifying and inspiring athletes in the world, and Klutch is excited and honored to be a part of that story,’ said Rich Paul

A plan taking shape: where the Atlanta Dream stand after Carter’s departure

By Spencer Nusbaum / February 8, 2022

Coffey, Wheeler in as Carter’s departure signals clean slate for the franchise

Emma Meesseman takes a fadeaway jumper with Megan Huff attempting to rise to contest

The Next’s WNBA offseason visual tracker

By Em Adler / February 5, 2022

A visual rundown of all the WNBA’s offseason movement

Isabelle Harrison is having a different type of offseason

By Arie Graham / January 25, 2022

The Mavericks staff has been impressed with what they have seen from Harrison so far

‘Definitely a disappointing year’: Tamika Catchings reflects on Fever’s 2021 season

By Ben Rosof / September 24, 2021

In a season ravaged by injuries and losing, Catchings found herself setting smaller, more attainable goals for herself and her team

How the Washington Mystics can win free agency in 2021

By Jenn Hatfield / January 11, 2021

One eye on 2019, the other on the years ahead

The 2021 Washington Mystics plan to party like it’s 2019

By Jenn Hatfield / October 13, 2020

Free agency will test Mike Thibault’s ability to keep his group together, though