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Team USA Women’s Basketball, 7-Time Gold Medal winners, 2020/2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics (Pictured: Breanna Stewart #10, Diana Taurasi #12, Sue Bird #6, A’Jay Wilson #9 and Brittney Griner #15)
Team USA Women’s Basketball, Gold Medal winners, 2020/2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics (Pictured, from top, left: Diana Taurasi #12, Sue Bird #6, Brittney Griner #15, Sylvia Fowles #13, Breanna Stewart #10, Tina Charles #14, Skylar Diggins Smith #5, A’Jay Wilson #9, Jewell Lloyd #4, Chelsea Gray #8 and Ariel Atkins #7)
Team USA Women’s Basketball, Gold Medal winners, 2020/2021 Tokyo Summer Olympics (Pictured: Breanna Stewart #10, A’Jay Wilson #9, Sylvia Fowles #13 and Brittney Griner #15)

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Carol Ann Blazejowski (born September 29, 1956, in Elizabeth, New Jersey) is an American retired professional women's basketball player and the former President and General Manager of the New York Liberty of the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA). Only an alternate on the 1976 Olympic team, she led the 1977 World University Games team in scoring and had 38 points in a losing effort against the Soviet Union.Blazejowski traveled to San Juan, Puerto Rico to take part in the 1979 Pan Ame
Carol Blazejowski

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Sue Bird #10, Seattle Storm, Trophy #1
Sue Bird #10, Seattle Storm, Trophy #2

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ATLANTA, GA - Atlanta Dream – Philips Arena WNBA Basketball Game for Two with Postgame Autograph Session (62% Off). Three Options Available.
Tuesday Night in the WNBA: Dream, Sky, Mercury On Top
Atlanta Dream player and proud Native American Shoni Schimmel

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Got Milk? Nikki McCray, Lisa Leslie, Sheryl Swoopes, WNBA 1998
Nike BeTrue campaign in honor of pride celebrations. The Campaign features significant sport LGBTQ+names, including (l-r): Jordin Canada, Sue Bird and Jewell Loyd, WNBA.
Nike BeTrue campaign in honor of pride celebrations. The Campaign features significant sport LGBTQ+names, including (l-r):  Brittney Griner, Sue Bird, Jordin Canada (rear) and Jewell Loyd, WNBA

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All American Redheads...? what?
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All American Red Heads

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Breanna Stewart #30, Seattle Storm
Breanna Stewart #30, Seattle Storm
Breanna Stewart, Western Conference WNBA Commissioner’s Cup MVP, 2021

Breanna Stewart

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Brittney Griner leads Baylor Lady Bears to 40-0 Season and a National Championship
Brittney Griner Acknowledges That Shes Gay, Is Awesome

Brittney Griner

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Candace Parker
Candace Parker Resume #WNBA #LadyVols #Sports #basketball #blackwomen #blackgirlsrock #LASparks #losangelessparks
Candace Parker

Candace Parker

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Cheryl Miller gained fame in high school for... - SI Photo Blog

Cheryl Miller

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Today in Black History, 4/14/2013 - In 2010, Cynthia Cooper became the first WNBA player to be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. For more info, check out today's notes!
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WNBA's Cynthia Cooper, of the Houston Comets, and Clyde Drexler of the Houston Rockets, display their trophies after winning the inaugural 2-ball competition during the NBA All-Star Weekend Saturday, Feb. 7, 1998.

Cynthia Cooper

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Diana Taurasi of the USA Basketball Women's National Team brings the ball up…
Diana Taurasi
Diana Taurasi Motivational NBA Basketball Quotes Sayings Poster

Diana Taurasi

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Diana x Sue x Candace! ⭐️⭐️⭐️ #WNBAAllStar”
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Griner and Diana Taurasi

East-West All Stars

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New Sport Humor Basketball Plays 62 Ideas
Elena Delle Donne, 2019 #WNBA Most Valuable Player

Elena Delle Donne

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Jewell Lloyd #24, Seattle Storm
Jewell Lloyd #24, Seattle Storm
Jewell Lloyd #24, Seattle Storm

Jewell Lloyd

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Lynette Woodard ~ She was a four-time All-American at KU, and she averaged 26 points per game and scored 3,649 points in total during her four years there, and was the first KU woman to be honored by having her jersey retired. In 1984, she was a member of the United States' women's basketball team that won the gold medal at the Los Angeles Olympic Games. In 1985, Woodard made headlines when she became the first woman ever to play with the Globetrotters!
Lynette Woodard, Harlem Globetrotters
Happy Birthday: Lynette Woodard August 12, 1959 - Lynette Woodard is a retired American basketball player. The first female member of the Harlem Globetrotters, Lynette Woodard was a gifted basketball player who was a four-time All-American at the University of Kansas from 1978 to 1981. Woodard was a member of the US women’s basketball team that won the gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles. From 1997 to 1998, Woodard played for the Cleveland Rockers and Detroit Shock of the W...

Lynette Woodard

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Lisa Leslie
Former WNBA player and super star Lisa Leslie.....her daughter is so cute!
This is Lisa Leslie, an ultimate baller! She played hardcore in college, at USC, and preceded to push herself to the WNBA. Lisa Leslie finally signed in her biography after some consideration of her future. Also, she was already in California, so is was a bit predictable.

Lisa Leslie

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Maya Moore
Maya Moore

Maya Moore

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Nancy Lieberman, Team USA Women’s Basketball and Hall of Famer

Nancy Lieberman

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Rebecca Lobo, Team USA Women’s Basketball and Hall of Famer
Rebecca Lobo found success at every level of her WNBA career:..
Rebecca Lobo, former WNBA star and the 1st player to be signed when the league formed!

Rebecca Lobo

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Sheryl Swoopes Female Motivational NBA Basketball Quotes Poster
Possibly the greatest WNBA player ever. Swoopes
Sheryl Swoopes was the first player to be signed in the WNBA and is a three-time WNBA MVP, and was named one of the league's Top 15 Players of All Time at the 2011 WNBA All-Star Game. Swoopes has won three Olympic gold medals. She was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2016.

Sheryl Swoopes

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Sue Wicks #23 (left) of the New York Liberty is defended by Brooke Wyckoff #21 of the Orlando Miracle during the game on June 23, 2002 at TD Waterhouse Centre in Orlando, Florida. The Miracle won 77-65.
Bridget Pettis #32 (left) of the Indiana Fever puts a shot up past Sue Wicks #23 of the New York Liberty during Game One of the Eastern Conference Semifinals during the 2002 WNBA Playoffs on August 16, 2002 at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana. The Fever won 73-55.
Asjha Jones #15 (center) of the Washington Mystics attempts a shot over Sue Wicks #23 (right) of the New York Liberty during the WNBA regular season game at the MCI Center on July 13, 2002 in Washington, D.C.

Sue Wicks

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Former UConn star Swin Cash
Women's national champion at UConn, gold medalist, WNBA pro all star and champion Swin Cash.
WNBA Star Swin Cash Talks Championships, Standing Tall and Hair Essentials | Divine Caroline

Swin Cash

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Seimone Augustus (professional basketball player, 2012 U.S. Olympic athlete) & LaTaya Varner (fiancée)
Nera D. White (born November 15, 1935) is a retired American basketball player. She is considered one of the most outstanding female players in history.She was named AAU All-American for 15 years in a row from 1955 to 1969, and she led the Nashville Business College team to ten AAU national championships during that period. White was named the MVP of the AAU National Tournament nine times.While she played for Nashville Business college, the team once had a stretch of 92 games where they won 91.W
1902 Brainerd High School girl's basketball Team, Minnesota

Idols & Poses

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Seattle Storm coach Anne Donovan
Seattle Storm coach Anne Donovan
Sue Bird and other Seattle Storm teammates pay tribute to the recently deceased former Seattle Storm coach Anne Donovan.

In Memoriam

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