Top 10 Best WNBA Players Ever

Jonquel Jones

Jonquel Orthea Jones her career in 2016 through Los Angeles sparks with outstanding performance in the League. In Rookie season, Jonquel was the epicenter for the ‘Connecticut sun’ with an average of 6.8 logs, 3.7 RPG and 1.1 BGP in over record 34 games and that too with six stars. Jones was draft with 6th overall peak in 2016 WNBA draft.

Apart from this she also holds the citizenship of Bosnia and Herzegovina to play from the National team. Her outstanding performance on his power forward or the center position has always surprised the selectors and the coaches. Being women, she is also a role model for many female sports aspirant.

Nneka Ogwumike

Apart from Nneka, her full name is Nnemkadia Chinwe Victoria who was born on July 2, 1990, as a Nigerian-American. Her career started with Los Angeles Sparks team in which she was selected for the power forward/center position, she got her name and fame spread quickly after which she signed an endorsement deal with the Nike. With her strong will towards game plan her team also won finals in the year 2016. Right since her approach in the team she has achieved many awards like 2006 Adidas Top ten Underclass All-star, Ranked 2nd best player in the class by ASGR and many more.

DeWanna Bonner

DeWanna Bonner, the professional lady serves his team as shooting Guard or small forward player. She also plays for Connecticut Sun of the women’s National Basketball Association. Her career started from a university game of Auburn. In her first regular-season game with the Mercury, Bonner came face to face and played for 26 minutes and scored 16 points. Further on October 9 in 2009 as a rookie, she scored 13 points that contributed towards the 2009 championship. In the offseason, represented the Czech Republic for BK Brno, Spain for Baloncesto and Russia for Nadezhda Orenburg. Apart from the playing career, she is also a responsible mother.

Courtney Vandersloot

Vandersloot was born on February 8, 1989. A quick and active Athlete for the team Chicago Sky of National Basketball Association. She became rookie in the third selection of the year 2011 WNBA draft. Courtney was selected as All-Star in her rookie year. With sound and nurtured mind she led the basketball association in the assists in 2014, 2017, 2018 and 2019 and thus held the record for most assists in a season. In her ongoing career, Vandersloot was widely considered  as one of the best prospects in the WNBA Draft year of 2011. Nancy Lieberman Award and Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award are the result of her strong will towards the game.

Emma Meesseman

The stunning star has an impressive record till date. Emma is player for UMMC Ekaterinburg and the Washington Mystics of women’s national basketball Association. Moving further, after playing for Belgium Emma was drafted by Mystics with 19th overall point in the 2nd part of the WNBA Draft of the year 2013. In her international lifetime, she was 2011 FIBA Europe young women’s player of the year and WNBA finals MVP in the year 2019. She also won FIBA Europe Young women’s player of the year in 2011, Belgian National League champion and Belgian National League championship MVP in 2011.

Napheesa Collier

Napheesa represents herself from Minnesota Lynx of the Basketball Association. She started her dream game through college, Basketball for the UConn Huskies women’s basketball team. Her entry in the group was based on her overall pick which was drafted by Lynx in the 2019 WNBA Draft. Initially, she was asked to play as small forward then power forward and further she was again put as small Forward. In her first-ever WNBA game. Napheesa collected 27 points against opponent team Chicago sky, and this was second highest in the debut by any rookie after parker.

Started her journey in 2015 and now she is among glorious performers .

Liz Cambage

Born in Australia and began her professional career as American Ace. Liz plays for the Las Vegas Aces in the basketball league. She has a quite remarkable record that holds 53 point performance against the team New York Liberty on July 17, 2018. Moving towards her position, she plays at the center position in Basketball. In the year 2009, she played Under 20 Australian National championship where her performance made a ray of hope for the next upcoming senior Event. Liz played her junior Basketball from Dandenong Rangers team who joined their company for the season 2007- 2008 of WNBL.

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