Simone Edwards rejects Candice Wiggins’ controversial claims about the WNBA
When Candice Wiggins retired from the WNBA in March 2016 after playing for the Minnesota Lynx, Tulsa Shock, Los Angeles Sparks and New York Liberty, she divulged that she didn’t love the game anymore or the physical wear and tear it had taken on her body. Read more



#LifeAfterWNBA: Where Are They Now? Simone Edwards interviews Tully Bevilaqua
My former Seattle Storm teammate, the 5-7 guard Tully Bevilaqua’s play style is energetic and disruptive, so much so that she is one of only four WNBA players to record at least 800 career assists and 500 career steals.” Read more

#LifeAfterWNBA: Where Are They Now? Simone Edwards interviews Yolanda Griffith
I was always told as a post player to defend the basket as if it was my home. No one was allowed to just pass through without feeling my wrath.  Every rebound is supposed to be yours. However, that all changed when you were playing against a player like Yolanda Griffith, one of the greatest rebounders of all time in the WNBA. Read more

 
#LifeAfterWNBA: Where Are They Now? Simone Edwards interviews Rebecca Lobo 
It has been twenty years since the inception of the WNBA and in acknowledging that milestone, the New York Liberty took some time to honor its 1997 team. Among the honorees was the Liberty’s beloved, Rebecca Lobo. I have played with and against many star players and Rebecca really stands out in memory for me. Read more

 
#LifeAfterWNBA: Where Are They Now? Simone Edwards interviews Betty Lennox

It’s been twelve years since Betty Lennox, a member of the Seattle Storm’s first All-Decade Team, won the MVP of the 2004 WNBA championship against the Connecticut Sun. Read more