WNBA players don’t get as much attention as men NBA players, but that’s pretty much the case for any other sport. However, women matchups are also exciting, intense and enjoyable, and there are always players that stand out from the crowd. So, if you like improving your odds with the deposit bonus, knowing which women players are potential MVPs will definitely come in handy when placing your wagers. These are some of the players that keep exceeding our expectations in basketball games, so make sure you memorize them.
Lindsay Marie Whalen (1982) plays for the Minnesota Lynx and for AGÜ Spor of Eurobasket. Her career started as a defensive player for the Connecticut Sun, and throughout her career, she has won both the Olympic and World titles with US ladies’ national ball group, and three WNBA titles on top of that with the Minnesota Lynx.
Diana Lorena Taurasi (1982) is a professional basketball player for the WNBA team Phoenix Mercury. During 2011, she was one of the best players ranking among the top 15. Diana became well known for her ability to score during a critical situation, and help the team snatch the victory from the jaws of defeat. Because of her ability to lead the team to victory, Kobe Bryant gave her a nickname “White Mamba” that naturally caught on.
Lisa (1972) is a former pro basketball player and boasts four Olympic gold awards, and she pushed the Sparks to the top WNBA in both 2001 and 2002. She was deemed an MVP in 2001, 2004, and 2006. Today Lisa coaches Triplets in the BIG3, which is a pro basketball league.
Tamika Catchings (1979) is a former pro player who spent 15 years playing for Indiana Fever. She won four Olympic gold medals, a WNBA championship back in 2012 and got WNBA MVP Awards back in 2011 and 2012, and 5 awards for WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. Furthermore, she is one of the few women to achieve 4 accolades and was also selected to 12 All-WNBA teams, 10 WNBA All-Star teams, and 12 All-Defensive teams. In 2011, fans voted for Tamika Catchings as one of the best players of all time, ranking among the top 15.
Maya April Moore (1989) is another pro WNBA player who was declared Naismith Prep Player of the Year in both 2006 and 2007. During her time in high school, she became the Gatorade Female Athlete of the Year and the National Gatorade Player of the Year. In 2009 Maya became a winner of the John Wooden Award, because Connecticut triumphed and was undefeated throughout the national championship. In the years 2013, 2014 and 2015 Maya won the Chinese league title.
Cynthia is a head coach of Texas Southern but during her time as a basketball player, she won the titles in the Olympics, WNBA, and college. Many consider Cynthia the best woman basketball player of all time. While she was in high school Cynthia devoted her life to athletics and was even named the LA Player of the Year. Today she holds the record for most Finals MVPs.