It should not come as a surprise to anyone of you out there that the WNBA players are some of the best athletes in the world.
We could roll off a list of names and do a little bit of name-dropping ourselves if we really wanted to do just that. Instead, we decided to go this way with this posting about WNBA players.
Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm
If you have been reading a few of these postings then you know our allegiance as well as our undying appreciation for one of the most beautiful female basketball players ever to grace the hardwoods of the WNBA. Sue Bird.
This is why any posts, that have to do with WNBA players, must always start out with Susan Bird, with a picture to boot. The Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird led all WNBA players (127,490) in final returns of the 2010 “WNBA vs. USA Basketball:
The Stars at the Sun” Balloting presented by T-Mobile. WNBA fans, some of them on a worldwide stage, had the opportunity to select their favorite players by voting in person at WNBA arenas, the WNBA Store and WNBA Nation presented by T-Mobile and Kia Motors and WNBA.com.
We thought it will be good to run on little listing about the best of the WNBA players in the league currently playing in the 2010-2011 season and that list had to start with the one and only Sue Bird. Although the list is 5 players deep there are some teams in the WNBA that have the majority of the players and it makes good sense that the Seattle Storm have three players in this listing of the 5 best players in the WNBA.
Top 5 WNBA Players as of 2010 – 2011
1) Sue Bird – Seattle Storm
2) Tamika Catchings – Indiana Fever
3) Diana Taurasi – Phoenix Mercury
4) Swin Cash – Seattle Storm
5) Lauren Jackson – Seattle Storm
The WNBA players listed above are some of the best athletes in the world easily. As a man who has played organized basketball on the collegiate Division I level in the United States of America, it is always a pleasure to watch females play basketball and play at the professional level.
To have the ability to see these women in person doing what they do on the basketball court is a treat indeed. Any man who appreciates women playing ball must love the WNBA players.
We want to wrap this post up about the WNBA players and we feel we started out with Sue Bird and we will end with Sue Bird. This phenomenal female basketball player for the Seattle Storm has led her team to not one but two WNBA World Championships and if history is a good predictor of the future then we see more WNBA titles for this storied Seattle franchise.
Make sure that if you are not yet a WNBA fan but you appreciate the sport of basketball that you give these women a shooting chance and a running shot at your patronage. It is important that we keep this league going and that the players receive more money for their work. This is the only way that the WNBA players and the league will be able to survive and make a name for themselves.