Every time we watch the WNBA, the players wow us with their ballin’ skills. But have you ever wondered what your favorite stars are like away from the sport? We’ve got you covered! And they’re sometimes branching out in surprising ways you’d never expect from pro athletes.
40. Bria Hartley (Phoenix Mercury)
Bria Hartley got her first taste of the WNBA at the Washington Mystics. Incredibly, the franchise brought her in right after the Seattle Storm had recruited her in 2014. Then, after playing for six other teams in as many years, she settled at the Phoenix Mercury. But all that upheaval didn’t have a knock-on effect on Hartley’s personal life. She’s since become a mom and started a clothing brand called All Hart.
39. Julie Allemand (Indiana Fever)
Thanks to her performances during the 2020 season, Julie Allemand was ranked as the 19th best player in the WNBA on the Hashtag Basketball website. Away from the court, though, she’s just like any other young woman. And if her Instagram is anything to go by, she loves the beach!
38. Elena Delle Donne (Washington Mystics)
Elena Delle Donne may be a giant on the basketball court, but she’s got an equally large presence off it, too. The Washington Mystics star is the creative mind behind the Hoops book series. Not only that, but she also runs a custom furniture business called DelleDonneDesigns. It’s a wonder she ever has time to practice those free throws!
37. Satou Sabally (Dallas Wings)
Cementing herself as one of the most exciting prospects in the WNBA, Satou Sabally earned a spot in the AP All-Rookie side in 2020. But the Dallas Wings small forward doesn’t just have skills to spare on court. She’s got her own merch as well, and those T-shirts and hoodies are all pretty cool.