WNBA

Chicago Sky guard Chennedy Carter extends for a layup

Chicago Sky check-in: Three things we know, two things we don’t

By Alissa Hirsh / July 7, 2024

Chennedy Carter can score, the rookies are getting a long runway and aggressive defense comes with fouling

Los Angeles Sparks forward Stephanie Talbot has the ball at the top of her dribble as she drives against Connecticut Sun guard Tyasha Harris, who holds out an arm onto Talbot's side while trying to run side-by-side with her in a WNBA game

Sunday Notes, Week 8: Utility wings resurge, Dream fall to lottery

By Em Adler / July 7, 2024

It’s a light one this week

A preview thumbnail for the locked on women's basketball podcast episode titled "WNBA All-Star Snubs", with the title on an orange banner in white text at the bottom, with the top split into thirds with photos of New York's Betnijah Laney-Hamilton on the left, Minnesota's Alanna Smith in the middle, and Seattle's Ezi Magbegor on the right

Locked On Women’s Basketball: WNBA All-Star snubs

By The Next / July 5, 2024

Jackie Powell and Eden Laase discuss all-star snubs and the weirdness of voting this season.

Connecticut Sun forward-guard DeWanna Bonner (on the left wearing number 24) Connecticut Sun forward Alyssa Thomas (in the middle wearing number 25) and Connecticut Sun forward Brionna Jones (on the right wearing number 42) face eachother in a triangle, laughing and celebrating.

Connecticut midseason check-in: At 16-4, the Sun have plenty to celebrate

By Noa Dalzell / July 5, 2024

Midway through the 2024 WNBA season, the Sun have the league’s second-best record, largely thanks to consistently-stellar defense, the elite play of Alyssa Thomas and DeWanna Bonner, and the breakout of DiJonai Carrington.

Nika Mühl and Aari McDonald are pictured in game action

Nika Mühl doesn’t want undeserved minutes

By Bella Munson / July 5, 2024

Mühl: ‘I gotta earn my spot’

Sparks players in a huddle as the featured image for a story about head coach Curt Miller

Amid eight-game losing streak, Sparks’ Curt Miller remains focused on ‘unintended consequences’ 

By Cameron Ruby / July 5, 2024

Miller: ‘I thrive in the process of building’

The Las Vegas Aces players, including star A'ja Wilson, put one hand each into a huddle. The text "Aces are accelerating" 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: A’ja Wilson dominates and Las Vegas Aces accelerate

By The Next / July 4, 2024

‘When [Wilson] scores 28, that’s normal. It sounds wild, but it’s just her’

New York Liberty center Jonquel Jones slides her feet laterally to defend Minnesota Lynx forward Napheesa Collier as Collier drives with her left hand.

For New York Liberty, avenging losses to Minnesota Lynx was ‘personal’

By Jackie Powell / July 4, 2024

The third time was the charm for New York on Tuesday

Washington Mystics center Stefanie Dolson smiles, shouts and clenches both fists in celebration.

How Stefanie Dolson has impacted the Mystics behind — and beyond — the 3-point line

By Jenn Hatfield / July 4, 2024

‘She’s very, very good at what she does’

Madison Schiller (center) during Minnesota Lynx vs Atlanta Dream game, on June 19, 2024, at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Madison Schiller’s unique path to Minnesota Lynx data scientist

By Terry Horstman / July 3, 2024

‘It definitely is combining both my passions in life’