41.3% of responders thought the player in the new WNBA logo was inspired by Diana Taurasi. The WNBA league are celebrating their 25th anniversary season this year and have released their new logo in time for it, as part of the Count It campaign, which also celebrates Women’s History Month.
Who is the WNBA logo patterned after?
The first WNBA logo in 1997 was based on the Jerry West-inspired NBA logo. The league changed it in 2013, going with a ponytailed player making a layup. The newest logo moves to the more common bun hair style and sleeker, more modern movement.
Who is the face of WNBA?
The WNBA team will be co-coached by Lisa Leslie and Tina Thompson. That team will face a U.S. squad led by Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi, who will be making their fifth Olympic appearance. It’s a record 12th All-Star Game for Bird and 10th for Taurasi — tying her with Tamika Catchings for second most all-time.
Why did the WNBA change their logo?
The change is meant to symbolize “how far the level of play has come in 16 years as stronger, more agile players have made the game more competitive,” according to WNBA.com. …
What WNBA players are going to the Olympics?
Record 121 NBA And WNBA Players To Compete In 2020 Tokyo Olympics
|Country||First Name||WNBA Team|
|United States||Ariel||Washington Mystics|
|United States||Sue||Seattle Storm|
|United States||Tina||Washington Mystics|
Which three players made up the Big Three in 2016?
The Big Three refers to Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginóbili, three longtime National Basketball Association (NBA) basketball players and San Antonio Spurs teammates.