Defending EuroLeague Women champions Fenerbahçe Alagöz Holding will welcome Natasha Howard back to their frontcourt for their Week 3 matchup against Spanish club Casademont Zaragoza.
Things have gone about as poorly as possible for the New York Liberty thus far in the 2023 WNBA Finals. Better guard play is just one of several things the Liberty need as the series shifts back to New York for Game 3.
Defending EuroLeague Women champions Fenerbahçe Alagöz Holding looked strong last week as they opened their title defense. This week, several big-name players will make their debuts for their respective clubs, including Brittney Sykes, Diamond Miller and Marina Mabrey.
There’s only one team in the WNBA that gave the defending champion Las Vegas Aces problems in the regular season. Will the Aces continue the roll they’ve been on in the playoffs and take an early lead over the New York Liberty in the WNBA Finals?
FIBA’s EuroLeague Women, commonly regarded as the highest level of international basketball competition, is back for the winter of 2023-24. Here’s everything you need to know about who will be playing where.
The WNBA semifinal series between the No. 2 seed New York Liberty and No. 3 seed Connecticut Sun, tied at one game apiece, shifts to Connecticut for a pivotal Game 3.
The Las Vegas Aces opened their semifinals series against the Dallas Wings with an impressive victory, highlighted by efficient 3-point shooting and a dominant individual performance from A’ja Wilson. The Wings have work to do on the boards and in the paint in Game 2.
It’s been another successful season for the Connecticut Sun, who finished third in the WNBA standings. That success eluded them against the second-seeded New York Liberty, however, who they’ll meet in the 2023 WNBA semifinals; New York won all four of its regular-season matchups against Connecticut.
Young stars Rhyne Howard and Satou Sabally both played historically well in Game 1 of the playoff series between the No. 5 seed Atlanta Dream and the No. 4 seed Dallas Wings, though the Wings otherwise looked like the more complete team. Atlanta will need more efficient scoring from its frontcourt in order to stay alive in the series.
The No. 3 seed Connecticut Sun shot the ball historically well in Game 1 of their series against Minnesota, leaving the No. 6 seed Lynx scrambling for answers heading into what could be a deciding Game 2.