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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

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

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

WNBA Insidr’s 2019 Mock Draft

This year’s draft is one for the history books. Our staff put on the GM cap as we ran through our mock draft.

By insidr Staff

Men Love Investing In Men's Sports

The WNBA could use just a bit more investment. The good news, though, is that it wouldn't take much investment for the W to close the gender wage gap.

By David Berri

Coaching Keeps Competitive Juices Flowing For Smith

Laimbeer called Smith to get her into coaching. Despite not initially wanting to pursue a coaching career, Smith joined Laimbeer’s staff as an assistant coach. After two seasons on the bench, Laimbeer promoted Smith to be his associate head coach.

By Pat Ralph