Myles Ehrlich is a WNBA writer from Brooklyn, NY, who also covers the New York Liberty as a beat writer during the season. You can absorb his hot takes on Twitter and find more of his work on Nets Republic, Winsidr, and TBW Basketball.
On Saturday, February 26, the first season of Athletes Unlimited basketball came to a close. It was the culmination of five weeks of hoops, with the league’s unique scoring system and player-first approach universally lauded by participants and media members alike. Point guard and Washington Mystics player Natasha Cloud, who had drawn the later gameContinue Reading
In the midst of her third WNBA season, Teaira McCowan continues to fill the lane in Indianapolis. She is the current face of the Indiana Fever, who have languished in the lottery throughout Teaira’s pro career, though at no fault of her own. It’s a team in transition, with some eyebrow-raising roster construction and aContinue Reading
Sami Whitcomb, fresh off her second WNBA championship with the Seattle Storm, is on the move again. This time, she’ll head to the New York Liberty, but Sami’s no stranger to being the stranger at this point. She’s played all over the world: Australia, France, Germany, Slovakia, and Turkey, in addition to the United States.Continue Reading
WNBA podcasts, live chats, and more, provide fans with the opportunity to get to know their favorite players, hear directly how players are thinking, and develop a better understanding of the game. They can be a great way to digest breaking news, and to pick up new team insights. Earlier this month, we highlighted someContinue Reading
Diamond DeShields, despite just three years as a pro, is a WNBA household name. Her game epitomizes everything that makes basketball fun: game-breaking athleticism, high energy playmaking, and an unfiltered love for the sport. She perfectly complements the Chicago Sky’s fast-paced style of play. There’s no ceiling to Diamond’s confidence. On the court, she’s alwaysContinue Reading
Just two seasons into her WNBA career, Dallas Wings’ guard Arike Ogunbowale is must-watch basketball. Despite standing just 5’8”, Arike is already one of the W’s best shot creators. And has an array of tools to get her high-arcing shot past defenders. Her highlights are a scoring clinic: quick crossovers, open court changes of speed,Continue Reading