The 2022 WNBA season was the 26th season of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). The Chicago Sky were the defending champions.
|2022 WNBA season|
|League||Women's National Basketball Association|
|Duration||May 6 – September 18|
|Number of games||36|
|Number of teams||12|
|TV partner(s)||ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, CBS, CBSSN, NBA TV|
|Top draft pick||Rhyne Howard|
|Picked by||Atlanta Dream|
|Season MVP||A'ja Wilson (Las Vegas)|
|Finals champions||Las Vegas Aces|
|Finals MVP||Chelsea Gray (Las Vegas)|
The WNBA's second Commissioner's Cup took place during the regular season, with the Las Vegas Aces winning over the Sky. In the playoffs, the Aces were the first seed and won the Finals over the Connecticut Sun.
The regular season was expanded to 36 games per team, is the most games scheduled in a single WNBA season. A 36-game season was originally scheduled for 2020, but the plan was scrapped due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This season also marked the return of an all-series playoffs, which was last used in 2015, instead of the prior schedule of two rounds of single-elimination games and byes for the higher seeded teams. The first round series used a 2–1 format, with the higher seed hosting the first two games (differing from the 1–1–1 format used up to 2015). The semifinals and finals remained best-of-five series. The playoffs began on August 17 and concluded on September 18.
In May 2022, WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert announced that during this upcoming season, the league would honor the Phoenix Mercury star Brittney Griner with a “BG42” floor decal in a notable spot on the court of all 12 teams. The Mercury center has been detained in Russia since February 2022 after customs officials said they found hashish oil in her luggage at an airport. The "BG42" floor decal was also prominently found on the Mercury's parent team, the Phoenix Suns, during the rest of the year after she was detained in Russia.
2022 WNBA draftEdit
The Washington Mystics won the first pick in the 2022 WNBA draft in the draft lottery. They were followed by the Indiana Fever for second, Atlanta Dream for third, and Los Angeles Sparks for fourth. The Sparks had traded their pick to the Dallas Wings before the lottery, who subsequently sent the pick to the Fever in a trade that helped Dallas secure Teaira McCowan. As part of a three-team trade, Washington and Atlanta swapped lottery picks, resulting in each team receiving 2022's third and first picks respectively. The Fever ended up with four top-10 picks, and seven overall.
|Pick||Player||Nationality||Team||School / club team|
|1||Rhyne Howard||United States||Atlanta Dream (from Washington)[a]||Kentucky|
|2||NaLyssa Smith||United States||Indiana Fever||Baylor|
|3||Shakira Austin||United States||Washington Mystics (from Atlanta)[a]||Ole Miss|
|4||Emily Engstler||United States||Indiana Fever (from Los Angeles via Dallas)[b][c]||Louisville|
In March 2022, the league announced plans to feature the broadcasts of nine regular season games on ABC, five on ESPN, and ten on ESPN2—totaling 25 games, including the 2022 WNBA All-Star Game. The league also revealed that those same channels will air the entire 2022 postseason, which could consist of as many as 27 games.
The remaining national broadcast schedule was released in April and May 2022—including two regular season games on CBS and 38 on CBS Sports Network, 46 on NBA TV, 16 on Amazon Prime Video, 20 on Facebook Watch, and 12 on Twitter. Prime Video also streamed the 2022 WNBA Commissioner's Cup Final.
The free agency negotiation period started on January 15, while players could sign to a team as soon as February 1.
|Team||2021 season||2022 season||Reference|
|Atlanta Dream||Darius Taylor (interim)||Tanisha Wright|||
|Las Vegas Aces||Bill Laimbeer||Becky Hammon|||
|New York Liberty||Walt Hopkins||Sandy Brondello|||
|Phoenix Mercury||Sandy Brondello||Vanessa Nygaard|||
|Team||Departing Coach||New Coach||Reference|
|Indiana Fever||Marianne Stanley||Carlos Knox|||
|Los Angeles Sparks||Derek Fisher||Fred Williams|||
July 10, 2022
1:00 p.m. ET
|Team Wilson 134, Team Stewart 112|
|Scoring by quarter: 23–28, 36–11, 33–38, 42–35|
|Pts: Kelsey Plum (30)
Rebs: Sylvia Fowles (9)
Asts: Courtney Vandersloot (8)
|Pts: Jonquel Jones (29)|
Rebs: Jonquel Jones (13)
Asts: Sue Bird/Skylar Diggins-Smith (6)
Wintrust Arena, Chicago, Illinois
Referees: Isaac Barnett
|1||x – Las Vegas Aces||26||10||.722||–||15–3||13–5||13–5||9–1|
|2||x – Chicago Sky||26||10||.722||–||15–3||14–4||12–6||9–1|
|3||x – Connecticut Sun||25||11||.694||1.0||11–7||13–5||12–6||5–5|
|4||x – Seattle Storm||22||14||.611||4.0||10–8||13–5||9–9||6–4|
|5||x – Washington Mystics||22||14||.611||4.0||11–7||12–6||10–8||5–5|
|6||x – Dallas Wings||18||18||.500||8.0||8–10||8–10||10–8||5–5|
|7||x – New York Liberty||16||20||.444||10.0||10–8||9–9||7–11||6–4|
|8||x – Phoenix Mercury||15||21||.417||11.0||7–11||11–7||4–14||3–7|
|9||e – Minnesota Lynx||14||22||.389||12.0||8–10||7–11||7–11||4–6|
|10||e – Atlanta Dream||14||22||.389||12.0||5–13||8–10||6–12||3–7|
|11||e – Los Angeles Sparks||13||23||.361||13.0||6–12||7–11||6–12||3–7|
|12||e – Indiana Fever||5||31||.139||21.0||2–16||3–15||2–16||2–8|
- (#) – League Standing
- x – Clinched playoff berth
- e – Eliminated from playoff contention
- Source: Overall standings and Commissioner's Cup Standings
Note: Games highlighted in ██ represent Commissioner’s Cup games.
All times Eastern
The following shows the leaders in each statistical category during the 2022 regular season through games played on August 14, 2022.
|Points per game||Breanna Stewart||Seattle Storm||21.8 ppg|
|Rebounds per game||Sylvia Fowles||Minnesota Lynx||9.8 rpg|
|Assists per game||Natasha Cloud||Washington Mystics||7.0 apg|
|Steals per game||Brittney Sykes||Los Angeles Sparks||2.0 spg|
|Blocks per game||A'ja Wilson||Las Vegas Aces||1.9 bpg|
|Field goal percentage||Sylvia Fowles||Minnesota Lynx||62.2%|
|Three point FG percentage||Moriah Jefferson||Minnesota Lynx||47.4%|
|Free throw percentage||Allie Quigley||Chicago Sky||95.0%|
|Points per game (team)||Las Vegas Aces||90.4 ppg|
|Field goal percentage (team)||Chicago Sky||48.1%|
Playoffs and FinalsEdit
|1||Las Vegas Aces||2|
|1||Las Vegas Aces||3|
|1||Las Vegas Aces||3|
|7||New York Liberty||1|
Bold Series winner
Season award winnersEdit
Player of the Week AwardEdit
|Date Awarded||Eastern Conference||Western Conference||Reference|
|May 16||Rhyne Howard||Atlanta||A'ja Wilson||Las Vegas|||
|May 23||Alyssa Thomas||Connecticut||Jackie Young||Las Vegas|||
|May 31||Kelsey Mitchell||Indiana||A'ja Wilson (2)||Las Vegas|||
|June 6||Jonquel Jones||Connecticut||Kelsey Plum||Las Vegas|||
|June 13||Sabrina Ionescu||New York||Breanna Stewart||Seattle|||
|June 21||Kahleah Copper||Chicago||A'ja Wilson (3)||Las Vegas|||
|June 27||Courtney Vandersloot||Chicago||Nneka Ogwumike||Los Angeles|||
|July 8||Sabrina Ionescu (2)||New York||Aerial Powers||Minnesota|||
|July 18||Elena Delle Donne||Washington||Skylar Diggins-Smith||Phoenix|||
|July 25||Alyssa Thomas (2)||Connecticut||A'ja Wilson (4)||Las Vegas|||
|August 1||Courtney Vandersloot (2)||Chicago||Kelsey Plum (2)||Las Vegas|||
|August 8||Sabrina Ionescu (3)||New York||Teaira McCowan||Dallas|||
|August 15||Sabrina Ionescu (4)||New York||A'ja Wilson (5)||Las Vegas|||
Player of the Month AwardEdit
|Month||Eastern Conference||Western Conference||Reference|
|May||Alyssa Thomas||Connecticut||A'ja Wilson||Las Vegas|||
|June||Sabrina Ionescu||New York||Breanna Stewart||Seattle|||
|July||Alyssa Thomas (2)||Connecticut||A'ja Wilson (2)||Las Vegas|||
|August||Sabrina Ionescu (2)||New York||Teaira McCowan||Dallas|||
Rookie of the Month AwardEdit
|June||Rhyne Howard (2)||Atlanta|||
|July||Rhyne Howard (3)||Atlanta|||
|August||Rhyne Howard (4)||Atlanta|||
Coach of the Month AwardEdit
|May||Becky Hammon||Las Vegas|||
|July||James Wade (2)||Chicago|||
|Most Valuable Player Award||A'ja Wilson||Forward||Las Vegas||31 of 56 votes|
|Finals MVP Award||Chelsea Gray||Guard||Las Vegas|
|Rookie of the Year Award||Rhyne Howard||Guard||Atlanta||53 of 56 votes|
|Most Improved Player Award||Jackie Young||Guard||Las Vegas||32 of 56 votes|
|Defensive Player of the Year Award||A'ja Wilson||Forward||Las Vegas||20 of 56 votes|
|Sixth Player of the Year Award||Brionna Jones||Forward||Connecticut||53 of 56 votes|
|Kim Perrot Sportsmanship Award||Sylvia Fowles||Center||Minnesota||36 of 56 votes|
|Peak Performer: Points||Breanna Stewart||Forward||Seattle||21.8 ppg|
|Peak Performer: Rebounds||Sylvia Fowles||Center||Minnesota||9.8 rpg|
|Peak Performer: Assists||Natasha Cloud||Guard||Washington||7.0 apg|
|Coach of the Year Award||Becky Hammon||Head Coach||Las Vegas||27 of 56 votes|
|Basketball Executive of the Year Award||James Wade||Head Coach||Chicago||11 votes|
|All-WNBA First Team||A'ja Wilson||Breanna Stewart||Kelsey Plum||Skylar Diggins-Smith||Candace Parker|
|All-WNBA Second Team||Alyssa Thomas||Sabrina Ionescu||Nneka Ogwumike||Jonquel Jones||Sylvia Fowles|
|All-Defensive First Team||Natasha Cloud (G)||Ariel Atkins (G)||A'ja Wilson (F)||Breanna Stewart (F)||Sylvia Fowles (C)|
|All-Defensive Second Team||Brittney Sykes (G)||Gabby Williams (F)||Alyssa Thomas (F)||Jonquel Jones (F)||Ezi Magbegor (C)|
|All-Rookie Team||Rhyne Howard||NaLyssa Smith||Shakira Austin||Queen Egbo||Rebekah Gardner|
|Team||Head coach||Previous job||Years with team||Record with team||Playoff Appearances||Finals Appearances||WNBA Championships|
|Atlanta Dream||Tanisha Wright||Las Vegas Aces (assistant)||0||0–0||0||0||0|
|Chicago Sky||James Wade||UMMC Ekaterinburg (assistant)||3||48–40||3||1||1|
|Connecticut Sun||Curt Miller||Los Angeles Sparks (assistant)||6||111–75||5||1||0|
|Indiana Fever||Marianne Stanley||Washington Mystics (assistant)||2||12–42||0||0||0|
|New York Liberty||Sandy Brondello||Phoenix Mercury||0||0–0||0||0||0|
|Washington Mystics||Mike Thibault||Connecticut Sun||9||151–147||7||2||1|
|Team||Head coach||Previous job||Years with team||Record with team||Playoff Appearances||Finals Appearances||WNBA Championships|
|Dallas Wings||Vickie Johnson||Las Vegas Aces (assistant)||1||14–18||1||0||0|
|Las Vegas Aces||Becky Hammon||San Antonio Spurs (assistant)||0||0–0||0||0||0|
|Los Angeles Sparks||Derek Fisher||New York Knicks||3||49–39||2||0||0|
|Minnesota Lynx||Cheryl Reeve||Detroit Shock (assistant)||12||267–127||11||6||4|
|Phoenix Mercury||Vanessa Nygaard||Las Vegas Aces (assistant)||0||0–0||0||0||0|
|Seattle Storm||Noelle Quinn||Seattle Storm (associate head coach)||1||16–10||1||0||0|
- Year with team does not include 2022 season.
- Records are from time at current team and are through the end of the 2021 regular season.
- Playoff appearances are from time at current team only.
- WNBA Finals and Championships do not include time with other teams.
- Coaches shown are the coaches who began the 2022 season as head coach of each team.
- ^ a b April 6, 2022: Washington to Atlanta
- Atlanta acquired the #1 Overall Pick in 2022
- Washington acquired the #3 Overall Pick in 2022, the #14 Pick in 2022, and the right to swap picks with Los Angeles in 2023
- ^ March 8, 2022: Dallas to Indiana
- Dallas acquired Teaira McCowan, a 2022 first-round pick, and Chicago's 2023 first-round pick
- Indiana acquired 2022 first-round picks and a 2023 first-round pick
- ^ June 2, 2021: Los Angeles to Dallas
- Los Angeles acquired 2021 first-round and 2022 second-round picks
- Dallas acquired a 2022 first-round pick
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- ^ @WNBA (May 23, 2022). ".@athomas_25 (Eastern) and @JackieYoung3 (Western) are your #WNBA Players of the Week for Week 2! 🏀 #MoreThan" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (May 31, 2022). "Week 3 Players of the Week are in! @Kelz_Hoop (Eastern) earns her first and @_ajawilson22 (Western) earns her second!🏀 #MoreThan" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 6, 2022). "Is anyone surprised?!🤧 KP & reigning MVP @jus242 are your Western & Eastern Conference WNBA Players of the Week. WELL DESERVED👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 13, 2022). "We had some pretty memorable games from these two this week 🔥 The WNBA Players of the Week are @breannastewart and @sabrina_i20 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 21, 2022). "Slight work for the former MVP & Finals MVP! @_ajawilson22 earns her third Player of the Week honors, and @kahleahcopper earns her first 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 27, 2022). "@nnekaogwumike & @Sloot22 are your WNBA Players of the Week 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (July 8, 2022). "Players of the Week are in! 🙌 Give it up for @aerial_powers23 and @sabrina_i20 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (July 18, 2022). "These two have been BALLING 👏 @SkyDigg4 & @De11eDonne are your #WNBA Players of the Week 🌟" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (July 25, 2022). "Players of the Week are in! ⤵ A'ja Wilson (@_ajawilson22) and Alyssa Thomas (@athomas_25) have just been on another level 🔥" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 1, 2022). "Players of the Week are in! ⤵ Kelsey Plum (@Kelseyplum10) and Courtney Vandersloot (@Sloot22) were straight-up balling last week! 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 8, 2022). "Your #WNBA Week 12 Players of the Week ⬇ @Teaira_15 and @sabrina_i20 showed up and showed OUT last week for their squads 🙌" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 15, 2022). "These two balled out during the last week of the #WNBA regular season 🙌 @_ajawilson22 and @sabrina_i20 are your Week 13 Players of the Week 🚨" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 1, 2022). "Safe to say @_ajawilson22 and @athomas_25 have been BALLING. With multiple dominant performances to lead their teams to 🔥 starts, they are taking home @kia WNBA Player of the Month honors. 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (July 5, 2022). "These two WENT OFF all June! 👏 @breannastewart & @sabrina_i20 are your Western and Eastern Conference @Kia #WNBA Players of the Month 🤩" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 2, 2022). "Balling all month long! 🤩 A'ja Wilson (@_ajawilson22) & Alyssa Thomas (@athomas_25) are your WNBA @Kia Players of the Month 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 16, 2022). "They put the W on notice ALL MONTH LONG ‼ @Teaira_15 and @sabrina_i20 are your @KIA #WNBA Players of the Month #MoreThan" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 1, 2022). "From No. 1 Draft pick to @KIA WNBA Rookie of the Month 🔥 Congrats, @howard_rhyne 👏 #MoreThan" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (July 5, 2022). "BACK TO BACK @Kia Rookie of the Month honors for @howard_rhyne 🤩👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 2, 2022). "BACK TO BACK TO BACK @KIA Rookie of the Month honors for @howard_rhyne 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 16, 2022). "ANOTHER ONE 🚨 For the 4th consecutive time this season, @howard_rhyne is your @KIA #WNBA Rookie of the Month 🙌 #MoreThan" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (June 1, 2022). "After leading the @LVAces to a historic 9-1 start and putting up the best 10 game start to a head coaching career in WNBA history, @BeckyHammon is the WNBA Coach of the Month 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (July 5, 2022). ".@coachjameswade is your #WNBA Coach of the Month after leading the @chicagosky to a 9-2 record 🤩👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 2, 2022). "Another WNBA Coach of the Month honor for @coachjameswade 🎉" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- ^ @WNBA (August 16, 2022). "After leading the @DallasWings to a 5-2 record throughout the month of August, @VickieJohnson_ is your #WNBA Coach of the Month 👏" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
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