Kierstan Bell played just 5.8 minutes per game for the WNBA champion Las Vegas Aces last season, but the No. 11 overall pick has the skills to contribute more in the league.
Naz Hillmon had 834 total points in a single Athletes Unlimited women’s basketball game on Friday. Meanwhile, Odyssey Sims has been the competition leader after both Weeks 1 and 2.
Odyssey Sims leads Athletes Unlimited women’s basketball through one week. Isabelle Harrison of Team Courtney Williams was the top total point-getter on Sunday.
Lexie Hull was able to shine on the second night of Athletes Unlimited season two.
A couple of competitive games got the Athletes Unlimited season off on the right foot.
Khristina Williams of Girls Talk Sports TV and Athletes Unlimited reporter Savanna Collins will have you covered with analysis before each week of AU women’s basketball.
Fifteen WNBA players and 21 returners will play in Athletes Unlimited next February and March.
Tianna Hawkins led her team in virtually every statistical category on Saturday while securing the Athletes Unlimited individual title.
Taj Cole was an offensive force for Team Harrison on Saturday night, helping to beat Team Hawkins 100-93. Tianna Hawkins may have taken the loss on Saturday, but she’s still leading the individual race after week 4.
Tianna Hawkins twice set an Athletes Unlimited single-game scoring record, helping Team Brown go 3-0 for Week 2. Hawkins will take over the gold captainship for Week 3, while Lexie Brown, Natasha Cloud and Isabelle Harrison will again serve as captains.