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THE ALLIE QUIGLEY 3PT. INVITATION
Allie Quigley used a perfect money rack in the final round to overtake Jonquel Jones in the 2021 WNBA three-point game.
It was the third three-point championship for the Chicago Sky sniper, so many asked the league to name the game after her. BreakingT answered the call with a new black T-shirt with a logo that says: ‘THE ALLIE QUIGLEY 3PT. INVITATIONAL ”around a Chicago Sky-colored basketball.
2021 WNBPA CITY COLLECTION
The WNBPA has introduced amazing new designs on T-shirts for every WNBA team. You can buy the new shirts for $ 30 or add the name of a player at the back for $ 38. Every player in the league is available!
THE BIG 3 SEAT
Breanna Stewart is the best player in the world, Jewell Loyd is one of the worst mambas and Sue Bird is a living legend. Together, they won WNBA championships in 2018 and 2020. Now they aim to complete a dynasty run in 2021 and currently lead the league at 12-2.
Stewart scored 21.1 points, 10.1 rebounds and 1.6 blocks, Loyd scored 18.9 points, 4.1 assists and 1.3 steals and Bird scored 11.4 points, six assists and 1.2 steals on 40 -year-old. Bird is also fifth in the league with a 3-point percentage of 47.9 and leads the league with 34 tries.
Celebrate these historic big tries and their amazing start to the season!
Napheesa Collier was a sleeper to win the MVP award this year and has so far not disappointed Minnesota Lynx fans, averaging 17.6 points in his career in seven games.
Collier is a versatile scorer who can play multiple positions and is therefore an intriguing 24-year-old who is an emerging superstar. On Tuesday night, she scored a season high of 27 points, so note the big things coming from Feisty Phee.
Marina Mabrey and Arike Ogunbowale are described by former Notre Dame teammates as inseparable at university. They remain best friends and are now two of the best players in an emerging WNBA team in the Dallas Wings.
Highlight: Mabrey (# 3) and Ogunbowale (# 24) celebrate their national championship in 2018
Ogunbowale (22.1 points per game in 2021) is the reigning WNBA champion and is rising as one of the best players in the league. Meanwhile, Mabrey is making a case for Most Improved Player, as she also plays at an All-Star level. Mabrey, the no. 19 in the 2019 draft, changed the course of her career by breaking out in 2020 by ten points per game. She is now an average of 18.8 in 2021 and has joined Ogunbowale to make a number of head-tries for the Wings. .
Highlight: Mabrey (# 3) and Ogunbowale (# 24) make key play late in a win in Dallas
Buy the Marike T-shirt and stay tuned to see what Mabrey and Ogunbowale are still accomplishing for the Wings!
EMERALD CITY JEWELL
Jewell Loyd is one of the most exciting players to watch in the WNBA and helped defending champion Seattle Storm to a 7-1 start. On Friday night, she hit an incredible buzz-try to defeat the Dallas Wings in overtime.
At the moment, Loyd is at her best, averaging 20.1 points (sixth in the WNBA), 5.1 assists (sixth) and 1.6 steals (ninth), all career-best. Her 3-point percentage of 44 (12th) and her 2.8 tries per game (fourth) are also career highs.
A former no. 1 overall pick and now the seventh-year Storm star, Loyd is really part of Seattle’s heartbeat.
EUROSTEP HALF COURT BALLGAME
Phoenix Mercury guard Kia Nurse has been a big off-season acquisition and has yet to disappoint, reaching 41.5 percent of the 3-point mark so far this season. Over time against the Chicago Sky on Tuesday, Nurse shot a halfway point to secure a victory. The Mercury dropped by 3:37 with 10 points to play.
Now you can celebrate the nurse’s incredible shot with this BreakingT-t-shirt:
SEE YOU IN THE LOBBY
Phoenix Mercury guard Diana Taurasi, also known as the WNBA BOK, has a new shirt in her honor that will entertain your friends when they see you.
Taurasi famously told a referee that she would see him later in the foyer after being asked for a foul during last year’s turbulent season.
Bradenton’s dispute in 2020 forced all refs and players from all teams to see each other regularly. This strangeness, which may never be repeated, opened the door to Taurasi’s funny remark.
PROUD TO BE A BIG TEACH
The Las Aces Center, Liz Cambage, responded to Curt Miller’s insensitive comments with the following video:
Now Breaking T offers you a T-shirt with the quote from Cambage on the front. Cambage, who hails from Australia, is one of the best players in the WNBA and holds the league’s record for most points in a single game (53). Do not miss the opportunity to play one of basketball’s most beautiful and outspoken stars.
BETNIJAH IS AN EMF
Betnijah Laney was known for her defense only a long time ago, but scored 17.2 points per game in the Bradenton result on her way to being named the WNBA’s most improved player. This year she got even better and scored at least 20 points in all six of her matches with an average of 22.7. She does this with an abundance of different shots in her repertoire, scoring points at all three levels.
The Liberty were 2-20 last year, but were tied 5-1 this year thanks to the addition of Laney.
WHY CAN’T OLD PEOPLE ALSO DREAM?
Diana Taurasi inspired a T-shirt by saying so in the documentary “144”, which debuted on ESPN on Thursday and described the 2020 WNBA season in the bubble in Bradenton, Florida. She added: “there is no age limit to being great”, which also appears on the shirt.
Taurasi is a former MVP, three-time champion and 14-time All-WNBA selection. She is often considered the greatest of all time (GOAT) when it comes to women’s basketball and has proven that she still had it at the age of 38 with 18.7 points and 4.5 assists per game in the bubble. She was named the All-WNBA Second Team.
After the season, in December 2020, Taurasi told ESPN that her “only goal is to be on the track and be bad” in 2021. She kicked off this season with a 14-point performance that the game wins 3-pointer for her Phoenix Mercury with 1.1 seconds left.
“144” tells the incredible story of the WNBA players’ commitment to social justice as they play their 2020 season united in one place. The film’s executive producer is Chiney Ogwumike, a Los Angeles forward / center.