Dani Bar-Lavi is a WNBA writer. Find them on Twitter, and find their writing also on NetsRepublic, Winsidr, and Sports Are From Venus.
So, you’re ready to become a WNBA fan, but you’re not quite sure how or where to jump in? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a definitive guide to everything you need to know to get started. There are tons of ways to find a narrative to latch onto — no matter whether you’reContinue Reading
Natasha Howard is one of the most dynamic, disciplined, and dangerous defenders in the WNBA. The forward/center has held down advanced defensive metrics towards the top of the league for the past few seasons. And has served as the anchor for the elite, championship level defense played by her former team, the Seattle Storm. TheContinue Reading
WNBA players’ hobbies might surprise you. For one thing, how do they ever — between holding it down during a regular season and playing overseas — make time for hobbies? And secondly, the eclectic range of activities they participate in off the court, from anime to creating with LEGOs, is fascinating. Players in the WNBAContinue Reading
The Dallas Wings’ Satou Sabally is one of the most exciting, versatile young players in the WNBA. The second pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft, Satou has been described as a “unicorn.” Since her days playing college ball at University of Oregon, she’s been able to defend multiple positions. Plus, score both on-ball and off,Continue Reading
Looking for how to watch the WNBA? Let’s go! You’re about to see some of the best women’s basketball on the planet. The WNBA’s 25th season, which will include a 32-game schedule for each team, will feature 100 national telecasts across ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, CBS Television Network, CBS Sports Network and NBA TV. Though, between national games, local games,Continue Reading
WNBA All-Star Liz Cambage has been giving opposing defenses around the world nightmares for over a decade now. A professional basketball player from the age of 16, Liz developed an elite array of skills that, when combined with her muscular 6’8″ frame, makes her nigh-impossible to defend. Today, Liz is among the greatest scorers inContinue Reading