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The WNBA’s Orchard Needs More Investment To Bear Fruit In the Future

This arrangement isn't just bad news for the players.  It is also bad news for the WNBA.  Sports leagues definitely do better when stars focus their energy entirely on the success of that league.

By David Berri

The Hidden Benefit of the New York Liberty’s Recent Trade

The trading of Sugar Rodgers for the return of Tanisha Wright seems questionable at best, but a crucial long-term benefit could lay within for the New York Liberty.

By Geoff Magliocchetti

Injured & Tested. The Dream Can Still Win.

Coach Collen has the tools to determine the makeup of her team’s on-court identity. While I’m sure they’ll venture back to what worked before McCoughtry’s injury, there is much to look forward to before she returns.

By B. Terrell

Insidr’s 2019 Rookie Predictions

With this year's WNBA Draft now behind us, a few of us -- Geoff, Grant, and Justin -- got together to think about how the players from this year's draft class might fit into their team's plans for the upcoming season. We each selected one draft per pick per team that we thought would have the best chance of making it onto their team's roster this season.

By insidr Staff

Peek inside the Mind of A GM Days Before The Draft

He (Greg Bibb) has a lot on his plate: arguably the top player in the League – Liz Cambage – wants a trade; the draft is a handful of days away, and your other top player – Skylar Diggins-Smith also will be missing time this season.

By Dorothy J. Gentry

The WNBA is ripe for expansion. But will it happen?

With so much talent coming in and plenty of amazingly-good veteran players already in the league, it begs the question: When will the WNBA expand?

By Lyndsey Darcangelo