With the WNBA gearing up for the next season, the newest stars have new homes. The draft is underway, and the first pick by the Indiana Fever is Aliyah Boston of South Carolina. It didn’t come as much of a surprise since the 6-foot-5 Virgin Islands native was 2022 Naismith Player of the Year, led […]

The Show

Today for our HBCU spotlight, we're celebrating Cynthia Cooper-Dyke of Prairie View A&M University!

During the WNBA’s season opener on July 25, the New York Liberty and Seattle Storm made sure to make a statement against racism and social injustice and pay tribute to Breonna Taylor.


The WNBA is finally getting some of the compensation it deserves. The league and its players’ union have reached tentative terms on a new collective bargaining agreement set to bring about some majors changes. One of the biggest discrepancies between the men’s and women’s leagues was the terrible pay. But according to ESPN, a salary […]


We’ve seen white people lose their jobs over using it because they use it in a racist manner. But recently L.A Sparks General Manager Penny Toler, who is a black woman, was fired from her position over using the N-word during a rant after a Sparks loss.


Retired WNBA athlete Candice Wiggins is speaking out about her experience in the basketball league. According to her, she had a not-so-pleasant experience due to the league’s alleged unpopularity with her being heterosexual. In an interview with the San Diego Tribune on Monday, Wiggins explains, “Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity […]

Today we got the chance to check in with the brand new WNBA team, the Dallas Wings, at their special media day held at the University of Texas- Arlington. While there were plenty media outlets present, The Beat 97.9 was the only radio station on the scene, so check out our exclusive photos of Skylar […]

The saga between Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson continues, and it’s taken a turn for the worse. Moments before it was announced that Griner had filed for…