The past week of WNBA action has been one of memorable and gut-wrenchingly painful proportions. From breakout performances to tragic injuries, we’ve seen every end of the spectrum come to fruition as the regular season begins to take shape.
The 2013 WNBA season is upon us, with 12 franchises having set out on their path to strike championship gold. With the rookie trio of Brittney Griner, Elena Delle Donne and Skylar Diggins drawing as much interest as we’ve ever seen for the league, the pressure has risen on to deliver strong performances.
Over the past week, the WNBA has delivered.
This week, we will look at the former NBA and NCAA players that are taking part in the 2013 Euroleague Playoffs. With two teams having advanced and four attempting to join them, there’s no shortage of players making waves overseas.
As outlined by Nick Gibson of Sheridan Hoops, Barcelona of Spain will play Panathinaikos of Greece and Olympiacos of Greece will square off with Anadolu Efes of Turkey on Thursday, April 25. Real Madrid of Spain and CSKA Moscow of Russia have already advanced and await the winners of those games.
So which memorable names are taking part in the postseason festivities?
Last week, Where Are They Now? covered the players whose potential was once untapped as McDonald’s All-Americans. With an abundance of talent that took part in such a game, it’s only fair that we expand our search to other great McDonald’s All-American Game alumni.
So Where Are They Now?