This is the first in what will be a series of posts called And One, where the goal is to take a deeper look at some of the figures in women’s basketball history who aren’t often mentioned or may not be well-known to newer fans of the game. The series startsRead More →

Previously, I talked about a new metric for tracking the pain of a WNBA schedule considering the compactness of this summer’s schedule. In this post, I’ll take a look at how these numbers reflect on past seasons. To analyze the pain of a schedule, it makes the most sense toRead More →

The “condensed schedule” has been a major topic of discussion this WNBA season. With the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup beginning in late September, the 2018 WNBA season had to be stuffed into a shorter span starting in late May and ending (including Playoffs) less than four months later. ThatRead More →

Continuing the theme of continuity in the WNBA, this time we’ll look at player movement around the league. Let’s start with a breakdown of a few figures, and we’ll dive deeper from there. Keep in mind this is based on each team’s roster as of June 17, 2018. Counting MovementRead More →

Continuity in the WNBA is not incredibly common. Rosters shuffle at least a couple players at least every few years, and it’s rare you see a player stay on a team’s roster for their entire career. In fact, of the players in the top 25 in games played all-time, onlyRead More →

This post is part of a series on WNBA coaching staffs in order to better understand each staff’s history and experience in women’s basketball and the game of basketball more widely. Head Coach: Curt Miller Curt Miller enters his third season with the Connecticut Sun, serving as head coach andRead More →

Tonight, the 2018 class will be inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. This class has made an impact on every level of the game, from high school to the professional ranks, and many are still actively involved in women’s basketball. Rather than try to compile a run-down onRead More →

This post is part of a series on WNBA coaching staffs in order to better understand each staff’s history and experience in women’s basketball and the game of basketball more widely. Head Coach: Amber Stocks Amber Stocks enters her second season as GM and head coach for the Chicago SkyRead More →

This post is part of a series on WNBA coaching staffs in order to better understand each staff’s history and experience in women’s basketball and the game of basketball more widely. Head Coach: Nicki Collen Nicki Collen is a relative newcomer to the WNBA, but she has left her fingerprintsRead More →

The opening weekend of the 2018 WNBA season is here, and initial rosters have been set for all 12 teams. While there are a few teams who will still make adjustments, the teams are for the most part established. With some franchises amidst a rebuild, several other have well-established rostersRead More →