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Chelsea Leite is a writer based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She is the Editor-in-Chief of SBNation's RaptorsHQ site, as well as a writer with Give Me Sport, and Winsidr. She has also written for NBA.com, CBC, Yahoo Sports Canada and more.

New York’s running it back with Stewie, JJ

Although the Liberty’s major free agency moves—re-signing Breanna Stewart and Jonquel Jones— have not officially happened yet, New York maintains a clear vision for it’s future: another shot at the franchise’s first title.

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Canada clinches Olympic berth!

From Raptors HQ, Chelsea Leite recaps how Canada, with an assist from Spain, qualified for the 2024 Olympic Games.

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Canada falls short to Spain at Olympic Qualifiers

For Raptors HQ, Chelsea Leite recaps Canada’s loss to Spain and assesses the Canadians ability to earn an Olympic berth.

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Canada opens up Olympic Qualifiers with a win

Kayla Alexander’s rebounding and Bridget Carleton’s offensive energy propelled the Canadian Women’s National Team to their first win of the tournament.

It’s time for more support of WNBA coverage

The landscape of women’s basketball media needs to grow in order for the game itself to continue to grow.

2024 WNBA Free Agency: New York Liberty

After making it to the WNBA Finals last season, the New York Liberty will be using this free agency period to retain their stars and add pieces to help them overcome the Aces.

UConn update: No. 12 Huskies enter 2024 on high note

The Huskies went 6-1 in December and started to re-climb the rankings after a rocky start to the season.

FIBA wishes for 2024

On the international basketball front, we’re mostly wishcasting what will happen at the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris. Will the Canadians medal? Could Caitlin Clark be on Team USA? Will Edwin Garcia be there to see it all happen?

NCAAW wishes for 2024

After 2023 gave us a multitude of memorable women’s college basketball moments, what can we expect in 2024? Conference changes, fantastic players and—please—no more injuries!

WNBA wishes for 2024

Swish Appeal’s staff shares our WNBA wishes for 2024. More improvements to the Commissioner’s Cup! More Canadians in the WNBA! A better fantasy basketball experience!