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WNBA League Pass 2021: Everything You Need to Know

WNBA League Pass 2021: Everything You Need to Know

May 15, 2021

So you’re thinking about getting the WNBA League Pass 2021, but you’re not sure where to begin or what exactly it comes with? Or you’ve bought it, but you’re not sure how to actually access it to watch games? No sweat, we’ve got you covered. Today, we’ll walk you through what the League Pass costs,

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Mapping White Mamba: Where Has Diana Taurasi Scored Most?

Mapping White Mamba: Where Has Diana Taurasi Scored Most?

May 13, 2021

Diana Taurasi is the single most prolific scorer in the history of the WNBA. Across her 16 seasons in the league, the Phoenix Mercury guard has scored a whopping 8,931 career points. That’s the most in WNBA history by a pretty wide margin: Diana has scored 1,443 more points over her career than Hall of

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Kelsey Plum: A Sharp Shooter with Something to Prove

Kelsey Plum: A Sharp Shooter with Something to Prove

May 13, 2021

In June of 2020, Kelsey Plum had a major setback.  When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the WNBA season was postponed. There was no plan yet in place for a 2020 season. But if one would be put in place — and one eventually was — Kelsey would not be a part of it.  The 25-year-old

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Become a WNBA Fan: The 10 Step Starter Kit

Become a WNBA Fan: The 10 Step Starter Kit

May 8, 2021

So, you’re ready to become a WNBA fan, but you’re not quite sure how or where to jump in? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered with a definitive guide to everything you need to know to get started. There are tons of ways to find a narrative to latch onto — no matter whether you’re

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Jocelyn Willoughby: The New York Leading Lady

Jocelyn Willoughby: The New York Leading Lady

May 3, 2021

When athletes compete at an elite level, there’s a school of thought that often aligns with the phrase “become comfortable with being uncomfortable”. As the world came to a standstill in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, sports were forced to pivot in unprecedented ways. And for athletes such as New York Liberty wing

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Allisha Gray: An X-Factor with Xbox Skills

Allisha Gray: An X-Factor with Xbox Skills

April 27, 2021

Any player would be nervous in their first professional game.  Stepping onto the court with players nearly twice their age, some being those who inspired them to get to this point.   Allisha Gray, the fourth overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft, at just 22 years old, was given the task in her first game

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Brittney Griner: Unfinished Business

Brittney Griner: Unfinished Business

April 26, 2021

Brittney Griner is one of the most dominant players to take the court. The 6’9” icon with an 86-inch wingspan and size 17 shoe has won at every level she’s ever played. She has been at the forefront of social movements, shaped the public perception of the WNBA’s politics since the day she was drafted,

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WNBA Player Merchandise: Cool Gear & More

WNBA Player Merchandise: Cool Gear & More

April 23, 2021

WNBA player merchandise is in high demand. For example, some of the 2021 WNBA jerseys sold out during the pre-sale. But it can still be a challenge to find gear featuring and supporting our favorite WNBA players. So today, we’ve pulled together a list of some of the coolest WNBA player merchandise (including new rookies!)

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25 Arike Ogunbowale Facts: The Dallas Wings Soaring Star

25 Arike Ogunbowale Facts: The Dallas Wings Soaring Star

April 12, 2021

Arike Ogunbowale facts are sure to blow your mind! For starters, in 2018, the name Arike Ogunbowale became a household name. As the young star issued a breakout performance in that season’s NCAA tournament with late-game heroics lifting Notre Dame to a national championship.  Since then, she has gone on to an emphatic start to

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New WNBA Jerseys Revealing 3 Unique Stories for Each Team & Where to Shop

New WNBA Jerseys Revealing 3 Unique Stories for Each Team & Where to Shop

April 8, 2021

As the WNBA prepares for its historical 25th season, Nike and the WNBA collaborated to unveil clutch new WNBA jerseys. It all began with a Sue Bird interview she did with Percy Allen of the Seattle Times where she revealed that for the WNBA’s 25th anniversary, special edition jerseys would be released in lieu of the

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Crystal Dangerfield: Mighty Strong Guard

Crystal Dangerfield: Mighty Strong Guard

April 3, 2021

Crystal Dangerfield is a dangerous threat in the open court. A guard with a quick inside-out game and much versatility, Crystal left her imprint on the league immediately, earning the 2020 Rookie of the Year title. But she still has more to prove in her upcoming season with the Lynx — and if there’s one

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Dearica Hamby Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

Dearica Hamby Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

April 1, 2021

Dearica Hamby highlights are some of the best must-see moments in basketball. In just six seasons, Dearica Hamby has become one of the WNBA’s rising stars. She’s had iconic shots like her infamous “Hamby Heave” against the Chicago Sky in the 2019 second round, she’s won multiple Sixth Woman of the Year Awards, and she

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Sami Whitcomb: Basketball Wizard of Aus

Sami Whitcomb: Basketball Wizard of Aus

March 29, 2021

Sami Whitcomb, fresh off her second WNBA championship with the Seattle Storm, is on the move again. This time, she’ll head to the New York Liberty, but Sami’s no stranger to being the stranger at this point. She’s played all over the world: Australia, France, Germany, Slovakia, and Turkey, in addition to the United States. 

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Alysha Clark Unpacked Her Bags And Became A WNBA Star

Alysha Clark Unpacked Her Bags And Became A WNBA Star

March 25, 2021

A wine glass materialized in Alysha Clark’s hand during our video call. Alysha spoke over Zoom not only due to the pandemic but also because she was playing overseas for Lyon. She had just returned to her apartment from watching the Lyon men play, which constituted one of the few activities she was allowed to

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Brittney Griner Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

Brittney Griner Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

March 18, 2021

Brittney Griner highlights reveal how she has become one of the most dominant players in basketball history. So today, we’re going to rank her top career highlights, and break down each move step by step, revealing just how she works her magic. It’s not just her 6’8″ size that makes her so dominant! Brittney has

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Jewell Loyd: The Dynamic Scorer That’s Different

Jewell Loyd: The Dynamic Scorer That’s Different

March 16, 2021

Jewell Loyd describes herself as different. “That’s something that I embrace,” she says. It’s not just that Jewell Loyd led her college team, the Fighting Irish, to three consecutive Final Four appearances; two consecutive National Championship games; and an overall record of 103-5, earning back-to-back conference Player of the Year awards. Or that Jewell Loyd

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Natasha Howard: The WNBA’s Lockdown Defender

Natasha Howard: The WNBA’s Lockdown Defender

March 13, 2021

Natasha Howard is one of the most dynamic, disciplined, and dangerous defenders in the WNBA. The forward/center has held down advanced defensive metrics towards the top of the league for the past few seasons. And has served as the anchor for the elite, championship level defense played by her former team, the Seattle Storm.  The

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25 Nneka Ogwumike Facts: The Los Angeles Sparks Great

25 Nneka Ogwumike Facts: The Los Angeles Sparks Great

March 10, 2021

After discovering today’s Nneka Ogwumike facts, you’ll quickly realize Nneka can be considered one of the faces of today’s WNBA. Not only has she established herself as one of the league’s greatest of players, but also she has made plenty of moves away from basketball, and personifies what it means to be a strong woman. At

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Allie Quigley Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

Allie Quigley Highlights Ranked: Top 10 of All Time

March 1, 2021

Today we’re celebrating one of the most dynamic three-point shooters in the league, with the top ten Allie Quigley highlights ranked. Allie Quigley is a Chicago legend and a three-time WNBA All-Star, with a storied career already spanning twelve years. She’s averaged 10.7 points per game over her career and has a 39.2% three-point field

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Renee Montgomery Becomes First WNBA Player Turned Owner & Executive As Part of Atlanta Dream Takeover

Renee Montgomery Becomes First WNBA Player Turned Owner & Executive As Part of Atlanta Dream Takeover

February 26, 2021

Renee Montgomery had to make a decision. An opportunity arose for her to become a part-owner and the league does not allow active players to be owners. Would she continue to play in the WNBA or join an ownership group to take over the Atlanta Dream?  In the end, it was an easy decision.  “I

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Candace Parker & Adidas: The Shoe Journey

Candace Parker & Adidas: The Shoe Journey

February 25, 2021

Candace Parker didn’t choose the three-striped life of Adidas. It chose her and drew her in. Adidas has been part of Candace Parker’s basketball life way before both the 2016 title and WNBA Finals MVP she won with the Los Angeles Sparks. Way before the league MVPs in 2008-her rookie season nonetheless and 2013 respectfully.

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Ranking The Top 10 WNBA Draft Steals of All Time

Ranking The Top 10 WNBA Draft Steals of All Time

February 23, 2021

The top WNBA draft steals are players that got lost in the weeds on draft day, falling out of the first round. Oftentimes basketball fans view late round WNBA draft picks as throwaways when discussing fake trades and cosplaying as WNBA GMs. First round picks? Hot commodities! Second and third rounders? Filler, an adornment to

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Kia Nurse: Leading & Still Learning

Kia Nurse: Leading & Still Learning

February 18, 2021

When players get traded, their lives are upended. New team, new city, new teammates, new fans, and a new lifestyle. It’s an intimidating time for any athlete. But when Kia Nurse was traded for the first time in her young career to the Phoenix Mercury from the New York Liberty earlier this month, she had

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A’ja Wilson: Sculpting A Legacy

A’ja Wilson: Sculpting A Legacy

February 12, 2021

There aren’t many statues of 24 year olds. There aren’t many statues of women. There aren’t many statues of People of Color in the first place. But outside of Colonial Life Arena in Columbia, South Carolina, home of the University of South Carolina, lies an 11-foot-tall bronze statue of Hopkins, South Carolina native and 2017 NCAA

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WNBA+Nike: The Growing Innovative Partnership

WNBA+Nike: The Growing Innovative Partnership

February 10, 2021

The WNBA+Nike have been making news together for decades. Because investing in women is investing wisely. As Deloitte reported regarding 2021, “We predict that women’s sports will grow to be worth a great deal more than a billion dollars in the years ahead.” Most recently, in February of 2021, Nike debuted a new sneaker: the

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Women’s Basketball Socks: Top 10 to Unlock Elite Comfort

Women’s Basketball Socks: Top 10 to Unlock Elite Comfort

February 10, 2021

The best women’s basketball socks legitimately make a difference! You might be skeptical, because they cost quite a bit more than your standard sock. But you’ll quickly find the comfort, support and grip are well worth the investment. So today, we’re going to take a look at some of the most popular women’s basketball socks.

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WNBA Players’ Hobbies: 5 Surprising Off the Court Pastimes

WNBA Players’ Hobbies: 5 Surprising Off the Court Pastimes

February 10, 2021

WNBA players’ hobbies might surprise you. For one thing, how do they ever — between holding it down during a regular season and playing overseas — make time for hobbies? And secondly, the eclectic range of activities they participate in off the court, from anime to creating with LEGOs, is fascinating. Players in the WNBA

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WNBA Podcasts & Multimedia: 25 Ways to Devour the W

WNBA Podcasts & Multimedia: 25 Ways to Devour the W

February 6, 2021

WNBA podcasts, live chats, and more, provide fans with the opportunity to get to know their favorite players, hear directly how players are thinking, and develop a better understanding of the game. They can be a great way to digest breaking news, and to pick up new team insights. Earlier this month, we highlighted some

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Satou Sabally: WNBA Flying Forward

Satou Sabally: WNBA Flying Forward

January 21, 2021

The Dallas Wings’ Satou Sabally is one of the most exciting, versatile young players in the WNBA. The second pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft, Satou has been described as a “unicorn.” Since her days playing college ball at University of Oregon, she’s been able to defend multiple positions. Plus, score both on-ball and off,

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Diamond DeShields’ WNBA Sky-High Potential

Diamond DeShields’ WNBA Sky-High Potential

January 18, 2021

Diamond DeShields, despite just three years as a pro, is a WNBA household name. Her game epitomizes everything that makes basketball fun: game-breaking athleticism, high energy playmaking, and an unfiltered love for the sport. She perfectly complements the Chicago Sky’s fast-paced style of play.  There’s no ceiling to Diamond’s confidence. On the court, she’s always

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Jordin Canada: Young Champion, Veteran Mindset

Jordin Canada: Young Champion, Veteran Mindset

January 18, 2021

The pressure was on Jordin Canada from the moment she was drafted. With the fifth pick in the WNBA 2018 Draft, the Seattle Storm select: Jordin Canada. After four dominant years at UCLA, Jordin not only would begin her professional career with one of the top teams in the league, but also was given one

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Breanna Stewart Unlocked: WNBA Game Changer

Breanna Stewart Unlocked: WNBA Game Changer

January 13, 2021

Breanna Stewart — all she does is win, win, win, no matter what. WNBA regular season MVP, WNBA Finals MVP, USA Basketball FIBA World Cup MVP, Euroleague MVP — and the list goes on. The already two-time WNBA Champion hails from Syracuse New York. There, she took in Syracuse University games when she was young.

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WNBA Draft Picks: Ranking The Greatest Number Ones

WNBA Draft Picks: Ranking The Greatest Number Ones

January 12, 2021

WNBA draft picks can make or break a team’s success. As a result, no off-court event gets basketball fans jazzed like the draft. And no player generates buzz like the top overall pick. That said, number one picks are generally viewed only through the lens of their own draft. In other words: we rarely look

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WNBA Ticket Prices: Everything You Need to Know

WNBA Ticket Prices: Everything You Need to Know

January 9, 2021

WNBA ticket prices reveal a lot about the league we love. Despite all of the “nobody” cares about the WNBA talk, there are plenty of people who attend games. And who are willing to pay up to do so.  Already in 2017, the WNBA registered a total attendance of 1,574,078 fans. That was also a

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WNBA Blogs: 21 Fascinating Reads to Bookmark

WNBA Blogs: 21 Fascinating Reads to Bookmark

January 6, 2021

Awesome WNBA blogs exist, they can just be a little hard to find. So we’ve rounded up some of our favorites (in addition to Queen Ballers Club, duh!) that cover all the teams in the league. These WNBA news websites are in no particular order, though they are split into categories based on the depth

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WNBA Stats Mystery Showdown: Who’s Your Pick?

WNBA Stats Mystery Showdown: Who’s Your Pick?

January 3, 2021

Today we’re going to compare two mystery WNBA players based on common stats. We’ll take a look at who wins the stat war. And what attributes about each player’s game enable them to hit those numbers. Plus, what makes their game unique. Ultimately we’ll pick which player we’d want on our team. Before we reveal

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How to Watch WNBA Games 2021: The Handy Guide

How to Watch WNBA Games 2021: The Handy Guide

December 22, 2020

Looking for how to watch the WNBA? Let’s go! You’re about to see some of the best women’s basketball on the planet. The WNBA’s 25th season, which will include a 32-game schedule for each team, will feature 100 national telecasts across ABC, ESPN, ESPN2, CBS Television Network, CBS Sports Network and NBA TV. Though, between national games, local games,

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Liz Cambage: International Powerhouse

Liz Cambage: International Powerhouse

December 21, 2020

WNBA All-Star Liz Cambage has been giving opposing defenses around the world nightmares for over a decade now. A professional basketball player from the age of 16, Liz developed an elite array of skills that, when combined with her muscular 6’8″ frame, makes her nigh-impossible to defend. Today, Liz is among the greatest scorers in

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WNBA MVPs: The Ultimate Guide

WNBA MVPs: The Ultimate Guide

December 19, 2020

WNBA MVPs: Most. Valuable. Player. Sounds simple enough, no? Yet season after season, year after year, those three words seem to throw folks for a loop. What does “valuable” really mean, we ponder. Does it mean “valuable” or does it mean “best?” Is there a difference?  We’re here to answer everything you could possibly want

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WNBA Expansion Cities: 6 Possible Teams

WNBA Expansion Cities: 6 Possible Teams

December 18, 2020

WNBA expansion cities have been a hot topic throughout WNBA history. While today there are 12 WNBA teams, fans love to debate which lucky locales could be next. Especially on WNBA Twitter. And particularly once teams have made pre-season roster cuts. However WNBA executives have struck a similar tone over the years whenever expansion is

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WNBA Top Scorers: The Ultimate Guide

WNBA Top Scorers: The Ultimate Guide

December 17, 2020

WNBA top scorers are: Buckets. Money. Nothing but net. For nearly 25 years, the WNBA has been home to some of the best basketball players in the world. We’re talking about current and future Hall of Famers. According to Across the Timeline, back in 2006, the WNBA named an All-Decade Team to celebrate the league’s 10 “best

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How to Watch WNBA Players Overseas

How to Watch WNBA Players Overseas

December 15, 2020

Curious how to watch WNBA players overseas? We’ve got you covered. That means you won’t miss out on your favorite players as they join France’s BLMA, Russia’s Dynamo Kursk, Turkey’s Nesibe-Aydin, and more this season. Today, we’ll take a look at the overseas leagues, and introduce you to how their seasons function. And we’ll show

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Arike Ogunbowale: The W’s Scoring Wunderkind

Arike Ogunbowale: The W’s Scoring Wunderkind

December 14, 2020

Just two seasons into her WNBA career, Dallas Wings’ guard Arike Ogunbowale is must-watch basketball. Despite standing just 5’8”, Arike is already one of the W’s best shot creators. And has an array of tools to get her high-arcing shot past defenders. Her highlights are a scoring clinic: quick crossovers, open court changes of speed,

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Diana Taurasi WNBA White Mamba

Diana Taurasi WNBA White Mamba

December 13, 2020

Diana Taurasi’s accomplishments on the college, international, and professional court are unrivaled — by any man or woman — in world history. The 6-foot 38 year-old is the WNBA’s all-time leader in points, field goals, three-pointers, and free throws. And, incredibly, she’s still dominating today. Plus, she doesn’t just break records: she wins. When push

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The 10 Lowest Paid WNBA Players Deserve More

The 10 Lowest Paid WNBA Players Deserve More

December 13, 2020

Today we’re going to reveal the lowest paid WNBA players this year, as part three of our WNBA salary series. For some reason, “the people” want to know this! Our hope is that the league will continue working hard to ensure even the least paid players make more every year. Deloitte predicts elite women’s sport

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Top 10 Highest Paid WNBA Players Ever

Top 10 Highest Paid WNBA Players Ever

December 13, 2020

The highest paid WNBA players ever might surprise you. We all know there’s a gargantuan (unjust!) salary gap between NBA and WNBA team players. But it’s less clear how our women stack up against each other. However, this is important knowledge, especially amongst players. In order to be fairly compensated, you need to know what

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The 10 Best WNBA Players to Never Win a Ring

The 10 Best WNBA Players to Never Win a Ring

December 10, 2020

Today we’re going to reveal the best WNBA players to never win a ring. Throughout its storied 24-year history, the league has seen some of the finest female ballers in the world. Many of the league’s most impactful players won individual accolades such as MVP and Rookie of the Year, while breaking assists records, and

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WNBA Free Agency Is Beyond Important

WNBA Free Agency Is Beyond Important

December 7, 2020

The WNBA is so important, and so is WNBA free agency. In January 2020, the WNBA set the wheels in motion for players to move to new teams, as the league and the Women’s National Basketball Players Association (WNBPA) reached a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The new CBA provides players with better travel accommodations, motherhood

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The 10 Greatest Chicago Sky Players of All Time

The 10 Greatest Chicago Sky Players of All Time

December 6, 2020

When it comes to the Chicago Sky’s best players of all time, it’s really hard to pick. And that’s a good thing, because it means in the WNBA team the Chicago Sky’s 15 years of history, they’ve had some incredible players represent Skytown. We’re talking three-point contest winners, assists leaders, all-stars, and top draft picks

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10 Best Women’s Basketballs & The New Wilson WNBA Ball

10 Best Women’s Basketballs & The New Wilson WNBA Ball

December 5, 2020

The best women’s basketballs make it easy to improve your game. Through a cushion-like feel, solid grip, and long-lasting quality, they ensure you can go to work every day. As Breanna Stewart’s WNBA quote goes, “You have to love your sport. Your passion and dedication can’t be some some-time, part-time, or spare-time. It has to

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