Our WNBA team brings you the low-down on the women’s game, from interviews and analysis to game previews and recaps.
The Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) is a professional basketball league in the United States. Currently composed of twelve teams, the league was founded on April 24 1996 as the women’s counterpart to the National Basketball Association (NBA), and league play started in 1997. The regular season is played from May to August with the All-Star game being played midway through the season in July and the WNBA Finals take place from the end of September until the beginning of October.
With a CBA in the books, a vision of the 2020 WNBA season is coming into focus, and Huw Hopkins looks at some of the biggest storylines that could impact the league in the coming months
After the worst season in franchise history, the New York Liberty has got back to winning ways, and with players returning from FIBA EuroBasket, they could be set for a run to the playoffs
In a season when tensions between players, front offices and owners could cause rifts and distractions, Huw Hopkins finds that all parties are working hard to retain professionalism ahead of CBA negotiations
One of them arrived from Texas to raise hell after a long-term injury and one of them is Stone Cold Steve Austin. Josh Coyne makes an unlikely comparison between two tough stars who will likely be remembered as greats in their athletic fields.
“They’re all rooting for the demise of the Minnesota Lynx – we’re here to disappoint them” – Head Coach Cheryl Reeve talks about her team’s prospects after the loss of Maya Moore and Lindsay Whalen
Joining Huw Hopkins on this final preseason episode of the Double Clutch WNBA podcast is Connecticut Sun point guard Courtney Williams
In the latest Double Clutch WNBA podcast, Josh Coyne speaks to an Olympian in the form of Phoenix Mercury and Australia head coach Sandy Brondello.
Chicago Sky Head Coach James Wade joins Huw Hopkins to preview the season and share insights from training camp about the newest additions to the team
Huw Hopkins talks to Atlanta Dream center, Imani McGee-Stafford.