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Dec 17, 2015 · One of the hot basketball playing thong models in the video Gilbert Arenas used to bash the WNBA says Gilbert is NOT entirely wrong the league needs to sex it up if it hopes to survive. And get this the model is a former college basketball player who says she knows firsthand the challenges

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Reigning WNBA MVP and Team USA player Elena Delle Donne revealed she is gay and is engaged to her longtime partner.

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The Jr. NBA is the premier resource for youth basketball players, parents, coaches and league administrators looking to learn more about the game.

One of the best basketball players alive says she’s sick and tired of having to play overseas to make a decent living — and she’s calling for the WNBA to start paying women like their male counterparts. Angel McCoughtry was the #1 overall pick in the 2009 WNBA draft and went on to become the

Mar 03, 2017 · Last week, for approximately 72 hours the WNBA captured national attention. Not because of its players’ performance on the basketball court, rather for controversial statements made off the court. Retired player, Candice Wiggins, who was the league’s 2008 sixth player of the year and a 2011 WNBA

Jul 20, 2017 · After being a standout basketball player at UConn and spending 15 years in the WNBA, Sue Bird is ready to let the world in on her secret.

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Photo: sporteology.com Height is a rare commodity in women’s basketball. Unlike the NBA where almost every team has a least one seven footer, there is a dearth of big women in professional basketball, especially the WNBA.

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Hammon averaged 17.6 ppg, and 4.9 apg as she led the Silver Stars to a WNBA best record 24–10 and led them into the playoffs for a second straight year.

52 NBA Players Who Make More Money Than Every Player In The WNBA Combined The WNBA is estimated to pay a total of $10.3 million in salaries, or roughly 1/3 of Kobe Bryant’s current salary.

Candice Wiggins says she made enemies during her WNBA career because she was different. In fact, she claims she was the rarest of players in the league: a straight woman. “Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity as a straight woman was huge,” Wiggins told the San Diego

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