WNBA Players Playing Overseas ( Russia )

 

  1. Seimone Augustus
    • The Second Jobs of WNBA All-Stars: Seimone Augustus in Russia
      While the max salary in the WNBA tops out just under $110,000 a year, many female basketball stars spend their offseasons plying their trade overseas for double or triple that amount. Russia has become the top destination for talent, with billionaire owners willing to spend in order to build a winning franchise.For players like Seimone Augustus, this adds up to a career with no offseason, spent trying to capitalize on a profession with an extremely limited shelf life. We traveled to Kursk, Russia to meet with the five-time WNBA All-Star as she wrapped up her season with Dynamo Kursk, just a few days before the start of her season with the Minnesota Lynx.
      With her teammate, Nneka Ogwumike, 2016 WNBA MVP
      Published On : March 21st, 2017
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    • All Access with Seimone Augustus
      Follow Seimone Augustus on her journey back from a torn ACL to become WNBA Finals MVP.
      Published On : Oct 17th, 2011
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  2. Candace Parker
    • Candace Parker’s Life in Russia
      Published On :- 2013 May 8th
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    • My life in Russia: Candace N. Parker from Los Angeles, USA
      “My life in Russia” is a video blog about English-speaking expats living in Russia.
      They’ll tell about their everyday life, friendship, jobs and hobbies – about everything that help them to adjust to Russian habits.
      Published On :- 2014 March 31st
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    • Candace Parker on Missing the 2016 Olympics // All Day
      Candace Parker didn’t make it to Rio, but she’s having one of the best seasons in WNBA history.
      Published On :- 2016-August-20th
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    • Candace Parker Scores 28; Wins 1st WNBA Title and Finals MVP
      Candace Parker was the star of the show in Game 5, scoring 28 points to go along with 12 rebounds as she captured the first WNBA title of her career and also collected Finals MVP honors!
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