The best in the world at what they do, the women of the WNBA put their game faces on whenever they step on the basketball court. It takes a great deal of talent and dedication to get to this level. After playing for top women’s basketball teams in the NCAA, these ladies were among the first picks in the WNBA draft. Off the court, these talented players can let their hair down and show their bright personalities. Here’s what some of the most talented players of the WNBA look like when they’re not wearing a jersey.
Point guard for the Las Vegas Aces, Kelsey Plum was the first overall pick in the 2017 WNBA Draft, by the San Antonio Stars, which was later renamed Las Vegas Aces when they moved the team to Sin City. In 2019, Plum led the Aces to the playoffs for the first time since 2014.
In college, Plum was a force to be reckoned with. She broke the NCAA Division 1 women’s basketball all-time scoring record, sinking 3,397 points. After sitting out the 2020 season due to injury, Plum is expected to be healthy and back on the court in 2021.