WNBA Superstars

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Breanna Stewart, who plays for the Seattle Storm, is considered the best woman basketball player in the world right now

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Las Vegas Aces star A'ja Wilson was the 2020 WNBA MVP and also has a statue in her honour at the South Carolina University

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Elena Delle Donne was MVP in the WNBA 2019 season but two back surgeries kept her out the year after

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A veteran of 13 years, Candace Parker is still going strong and won the 2020 Defensive Player of the Year award

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At 39, Phoenix Mercury's Diana Taurasi is one of the more prominent names in the WNBA

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Courtney Vandersloot has broken the WNBA record for assists per game for four seasons and considered the league's best point guard

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Sue Bird ran the show for Seattle Storm last season as they won the championship and is still going strong at 40

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Tina Charles led the scoring charts in 2021 and was second for rebounds per game

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Arike Ogunbowale was the 2020 scoring champ, and continues to score at such levels while being the defensive focus of her team

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Connecticut Sun's Jonquel Jones led the charts for rebounds per game in the 2021 season and was second in points per game

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