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Abidoe is a graphic designer with experience creating graphics, newsletters, banners, in-store signage, lifestyle and product photography, and other creative advertising materials.
Dani Bar-Lav is a WNBA writer from Chicago focused on LGBTQ inclusion in sports. You can find Dani on their Twitter. And read more of their WNBA work at Winsidr, Sports Are From Venus, and Nets Republic.
Recommended read: Check out the article on Liz Cambage.
Edwin Garcia reports and updates on all things about the Sky in the Chi. Follow him on Twitter at @SkyInTheChi.
Recommended read: Check out Allie Quigley’s highlights ranked.
Evin Gualberto is a high school basketball coach and has coached for JR NBA, Nike, Breakthrough Basketball, and more. He also does film study and game breakdowns on Twitter and his YouTube channel.
Recommended read: Check out footwork drills for guards.
Gabe Ibrahim is a basketball content creator who does a little bit of everything. As a WNBA reporter, he uses his skills as a former attorney and journalism major to break down the salary cap and tell stories about the game he loves and the people who make it possible. You can find his work on his Twitter, his TikTok, or his website.
Recommended read: Check out Alysha Clark Unpacked Her Bags And Became A WNBA Star.
Jack Perkins is the basketball painter behind Purehoop, and a freelance Illustrator.
Linden Moore is a writer who talks all things WNBA and women’s basketball. She’s also the founder of nz_nbl_girl, which is a blog focused on promoting all things New Zealand Women’s Basketball. Follow her on Twitter.
Recommended read: Check out the article on Jocelyn Willoughby: The New York Leading Lady.
Matt Weidner is a sneaker-loving Dad from suburban Philadelphia whose best playing days are firmly in the past. Follow him on Twitter at @SixersSneakers if you’re into sneakers, the 76ers, or both.
Recommended read: Check out the article on top shoes for female guards.
Megan Mitzel, a D1 college athlete, has been training youths ages 8-18 and young adults in basketball for three years. Many of the methods she uses on the court come from the NBA skills playbook of the New York Knicks.
Recommended read: Check out the article on Chennedy Carter.
Myles Ehrlich is a WNBA writer from Brooklyn, NY, who also covers the New York Liberty as a beat writer during the season. You can absorb his hot takes on Twitter and find more of his work on Nets Republic, Winsidr, and TBW Basketball.
Recommended read: Check out the article on Arike Ogunbowale.
Owen Pence is a freelance journalist who’s work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Houston Chronicle, The Dallas Morning News, and Star Tribune. You can find more of his women’s basketball writing over at Winsidr.
Recommended read: Check out the article on Napheesa Collier.
Shanitra Brinson is a high school and college basketball player, with eight years of coaching experience across JV, Varsity and CYO. She’s currently the JV Assistant Girls Basketball Coach at Byram Hills High School. You can find her on her Twitter.
Recommended read: Check out Crystal Dangerfield Mighty Strong Guard.
Shawn Medow is a sports writer for KTLA 5 in Hollywood. As well as multiple outlets, including covering high school sports the LA Times’ Orange County newspaper, the Daily Pilot. Find him on Twitter @ShawnMedow.
Recommended read: Check out the article on Jordin Canada.
If you love women’s sports as much as we do, we want to be sure you know about all the awesome teams in our news league. Here are some other great ladies’ sports coverage websites to check out: