Maya Moore stepped away from the WNBA in 2019 to fight for criminal justice reform. She continues to be a champion in her community and the league. Tonight at the ESPYS, she’s a finalist for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award.
Despite how far we’ve come, there’s still more work to be done when it comes to equality for women in sports. Former WNBA pros Jamila Wideman and Ashley Battle break down the stereotypes of the hot topic, and reveal how YOU can make a difference!
HollywoodLife was at the 2018 WNBA Draft on April 12, where we met with the No. 1 pick, A’ja Wilson, whose future almost didn’t consist of sports, period. Here’s how she turned it around to join the Las Vegas Aces!
Only a month after getting hitched, the WNBA’s Brittney Griner and Glory Johnson have announced they are expecting their first child. You can bet that this little one will be dribbling between their legs in no time — so amazing!
WNBA stars, Glory Johnson and wife Brittney Griner may compete on the basketball court, but they won’t be this upcoming season, because the pair are expecting their first child together! Glory will take the 2015 season off, in order to carry their precious little one. How wonderful!