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Liberty 365 — Breaking Down the 2K21 Ratings
Welcome to Episode 2 of my offseason series, Liberty 365, which aims to keep you informed about what’s happening while the New York Liberty organization recesses for the winter. The first article caught you up on players overseas; this one takes you to the digital playground.
“Our Power is in our Strength, in our Collective Voices”: The New York Liberty Reaffirm “Why We Say Her Name,” and the WNBA Continues to Combat Social Injustice
This cycle of violence is a cycle of trauma, of Black people killed in the streets, or in their beds, or in their cars, of a stream of hashtags that channel tragedy into recurring reminders of the systemic racism deeply forged into America’s foundation.
New York Liberty Sweep Indiana Fever in Home-and-Home Series
After Friday night’s thrilling 90-87 finish, in which Sabrina Ionescu’s last-second three felled the Fever, fans across the WNBA were ready for Sunday afternoon’s encore. This time around, the Liberty made strong adjustments and, coupled with a strong scoring start, controlled the game nearly the entire way through.
New York Liberty Roundtable: A Free Agency Lookahead
We’re now just a week away from February 1, where WNBA free agency is likely to get spicy. With lots of cap space and a whole bunch of needs, the New York Liberty are positioned to make some noise.
Myles Ehrlich, Dani Bar-Lavi, Penny Guevara, Geoff Magliocchetti, Todd Roman
Liberty 365 — Checking in on New York Liberty Players Abroad
The aim of this new series, Liberty 365, is to keep you informed about what’s going on throughout the year, and not just in the months our team takes the court around the United States. Let’s spin the globe and see what’s going on with our favorite Liberty players over in the Eastern Hemisphere.
New York Liberty Rookies Shoulder Share of Leadership in the Bubble
Many rookies around the league have the luxury of picking their spots on offense, flanked by veterans whose reputations keep defenses honest. Instead, the Liberty often find themselves fielding five first-years at a time, their accumulated court time in the bubble the extent of their professional experience.