The Dallas Wings have finally separated themselves from the pack of WNBA teams battling for a bottom-three playoff seed, earning huge wins over the Chicago Sky and Las Vegas Aces while dealing with some significant injuries.
Kelsey Mitchell has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2022 WNBA regular season, but that doesn’t mean the Indiana Fever aren’t worth following — at least, not for fantasy basketball managers.
Early in her professional basketball career, Linnae Harper realized the importance of using her platform to help others. "That Harper Kid" is now as big of a name among Chicago public schools for her philanthropic work as for her on-court accomplishments.
The Connecticut Sun are fortunate to have a player like Brionna Jones, who played excellent basketball as a starter when the WNBA’s reigning MVP had to miss time. Don’t let a potential return to the bench scare you away from continuing to play Jones in fantasy basketball.
Though the Dallas Wings fell to the reigning champs in Chicago, their spirit was not to be questioned, and the physicality they played with nearly won them the game. Center Teaira McCowan set the tone for that physicality in the game’s second half, and it’s important that she continues to do so as Dallas continues its playoff push.
The Atlanta Dream are once again dealing with several injuries at once to key players in their rotation. This time, the injury bug has bitten Atlanta’s frontcourt, with rookie Naz Hillmon shouldering a larger role for the team for the time being.
The Dallas Wings will play the Minnesota Lynx for the third and final time in the 2022 WNBA regular season. Each team has one victory against the other so far, with the series-deciding matchup having possible playoff implications.
The 2022 WNBA season may be halfway over, but there are still plenty of games left to be played, and there’s much to consider for fantasy basketball managers as they evaluate their rosters. Players like Satou Sabally and Tiffany Hayes have room to build upon their current statistics and play big fantasy roles as the season goes on.
The Atlanta Dream, Las Vegas Aces and Chicago Sky received the most attention in our midseason roundtable.
Tina Charles was among the highest-drafted players in WNBA fantasy basketball this season, but her fantasy value has changed dramatically since signing with the Seattle Storm. Is she worth hanging onto for fantasy managers?