WNBA players to watch in the WNBL

The Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) in Australia is a go-to destination for WNBA players during the offseason, running from October to March.

Approximately 7% of WNBA players, totaling at least 11, are currently participating in the Australian WNBL this season.

Notable former WNBA players in the Australian league include 42-year-old Lauren Jackson, Kelsey Griffin, Leilani Mitchel, Stephanie Talbot, and DiDi Richards.

The WNBL comprises eight teams, and the season commenced in early October, with the top four teams advancing to the WNBL Finals in March.

Viewers interested in watching games can find information on where to tune in on the league's official website.

Brianna Turner, playing for Adelaide Lightning (2-1), stands out as the second-leading rebounder in the WNBL, averaging 15 boards per game.

Cam Gallagher, the veteran catcher, has chosen free agency after being designated for assignment by the Guardians.

Jordin Canada, a guard for Melbourne Boomers (2-0), is on the verge of a double-double, averaging 10.5 points and 9 assists in her first two games.

Aari McDonald, with the Perth Lynx (1-1), delivered an impressive performance, scoring 18 points in her first game, contributing 6 assists and 2 rebounds.

Sami Whitcomb, playing for Townsville Fire (1-1), made a notable impact with 18 points, six 3-pointers, four rebounds, four assists, and six steals in the opening game.

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