The Dream and the Atlanta Fan

Exposure for the league and its players has long been a concern, and rightfully so. Dream veteran point guard, Renee Montgomery, aims to change that…

By B. Terrell

Han (Anything But) Solo; Impactful Liberty rookie connecting with New York, teammates

Upon entry, Han apparently has the potential growth of an entire league and country on her shoulders. She has handled it with the utmost grace thus far. But a reassuring factor in the grand scheme of her New York story’s opening chapters is that she doesn’t walk alone.

By Geoff Magliocchetti

Worth the Wait? Cathy Engelbert named WNBA Commissioner

In the months since Lisa Borders’s resignation on October 2, 2018, the league’s been under the direction of NBA Deputy Commissioner and COO, Mark Tatum. With tip-off just a little over a week away, many were wondering if the promise and timeline of announcing a new commissioner “by the start of the regular season” would be kept.

By B. Terrell

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

After Turning Away The Lynx, How Much Do The Sparks Have Left?

Minutes prior, Nneka Ogwumike and Chelsea Gray took the podium, and they smiled and laughed so hard you questioned if their bellies hurt. It was just that kind of atmosphere for the home team.

By Brady Klopfer