Saying Goodbye to the 2022 WNBA Season

Las Vegas Aces WNBA Champions.

The WNBA season is officially over. Congratulations to the Las Vegas Aces on winning the franchise’s first WNBA Championship and to coach Becky Hammon on winning her first championship as a coach.

It’s now time to look back at the WNBA season and revel on how quickly 4 months flew by. The league announced that 36 games would be played, which is the most games ever scheduled in a WNBA season.

For me personally, it was my ninth season in writing or blogging about the league. However, this season, my sister’s wedding took place, so I was not as active as I have been in prior seasons due to planning and organizing the events.

I was however active on Twitter. Other than that, it was a pretty eventful season and I can’t believe that it is over. My attention now turns to the FIBA Women’s World Cup with a special focus on the Canadian team.

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