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Our April Issue

is HERE!

Our April Issue

is HERE!

"“Love it. Love what you do. Don’t think of it as a job.” As soon as you start thinking of it as a job, it gets tiresome. You have to be very committed to this. There are a lot of different things that go into it. You risk your body, you risk your time, you risk relationships. But, if you love it and sacrifice for it, there are a lot of great things that can come out of it."

— Tyasha on pieces of advice she would give to someone interested in playing basketball professionally.

Bubble Ballin'

Oshae

Brissett

Brian

Bowen II

Josh 

Reaves

The Coaches Corner

"“Do it your way.” You have to learn “you” first. What you are good at, what your weaknesses are, and what your strengths are...You are not trying to cater to what you think someone else will like, how they would want it, or how it should look because of what someone else has said. You have got to be yourself."

— Coach Jennings on pieces of advice she would give to someone interested in pursuing a career in coaching.

Business All-Stars

Khristina

Williams

Covering the latest WNBA news and updates through

her digital platform

Girls Talk Sports TV.

Stephanie

Lovell

 Elevating women’s voices through her eye-catching captures and digital

content for TOGETHXR.

The Spotlight Series

Unique Thompson

Professional Basketball Player

"“Don’t take everything that everyone says to heart, and know that nobody can get in the way of your goals but you. Keep going and keep pursuing everything that you want.”"

— Unique on pieces of advice she would give to someone interested in playing collegiate basketball.

Sydnee Walker

Sports Journalist

"Get lots of practice. If you want to be in front of the camera (as well as) behind the camera, I would say to just do reps anywhere...Also, always be in tune with what is going on. I think

it is very important to be very knowledgeable about whatever sport you want to work for in the future."

— Sydnee on pieces of advice she would give to someone interested in pursuing a similar career path and going into sports journalism.

Sky's the limit,

Keep ballin'.