- National Teams
Kristine Anigwe is the sole British representative on a WNBA team for the start of the 2022 season after making the Phoenix Mercury roster.
Karlie Samuelson and Kristine Anigwe have both re-joined LA Sparks, the WNBA franchise announced.
Sky Sports will broadcast the WNBA once again this season, with the league's 25th season tipping off this weekend.
Kristine Anigwe will wear Breonna Taylor’s name on her LA Sparks jersey as part of the WNBA players’ Justice Movement for the upcoming season.
Kristine Anigwe is part of the LA Sparks' final 12-player roster after being traded in the WNBA for the second time in as many years.
Karlie Samuelson is heading back to Dallas Wings after signing a new deal on the opening day of free agency in the WNBA.
Karlie Samuelson has re-joined WNBA side Los Angeles Sparks after being handed a seven-day contract following her impressive displays at FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2019.
Temi Fagbenle will become the second Brit to play in the WNBA after making Minnesota Lynx's final roster for the 2017.