A’ja Wilson Serves Up Chicken and Biscuits to Raise Money for Kids With Dyslexia

A’ja Wilson Serves Up Chicken and Biscuits to Raise Money for Kids With Dyslexia

All-Star forward for the Las Vegas Aces and 2018 WNBA Rookie of the Year, A’ja Wilson demonstrated her skills in the kitchen on March 7, taking her culinary talents to Bojangles' Famous Chicken 'n Biscuits in Simpsonville, South Carolina, to raise money for her newly established foundation...

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Skylar Diggins-Smith Celebrated for Her Efforts to Empower Local Youth

Skylar Diggins-Smith Celebrated for Her Efforts to Empower Local Youth

As third overall pick in the 2013 WNBA Draft, Skylar Diggins-Smith has certainly made her mark in her five-year professional basketball career. Consistently described as a ‘winner’ by coaches and fellow players, the four-time All-Star is known for her work ethic, competitive nature and dedication to perfecting her craft…

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Sue Bird Blazes a Trail for Women On and Off the Court

Sue Bird Blazes a Trail for Women On and Off the Court

WNBA legend Sue Bird made headlines recently when she joined the NBA’s Denver Nuggets in a major front office role as basketball operations associate. While she is still starting point guard for the Seattle Storm, she’s now become a trailblazer for women in men’s sports too…

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Tamika Catchings, Owner of Tea’s Me, Named Best Human in Indianapolis

Tamika Catchings, Owner of Tea’s Me, Named Best Human in Indianapolis

Having spent her entire illustrious 15-year WNBA career playing for the Indian Fever until her retirement in 2016, Tamika Catchings is no stranger in the Hoosier State. Not only is she celebrated for endless basketball achievements, she is also a highly regarded leader in her community. It should come as no surprise that readers of the Indianapolis Star recently voted her Best Human in Indianapolis.

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Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx Host Community Service Day in Washington D.C.

Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx Host Community Service Day in Washington D.C.

This past June, Maya Moore and her Minnesota Lynx teammates and coaches traveled to Washington D.C. a day early for their matchup against the Mystics. Absent an invitation from the White House for their 2017 WNBA Championship victory, Moore and her fellow team captains decided to host a day of service instead.

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