Today at 3PM ET the WNBA announced the following players would be taking part in the three-point shootout at the WNBA All Star Game in Seattle.
There will be five players taking part in the three point contest. Here are their three point shooting pedigrees
The first player announced by the WNBA as participating in the three-point contest is the host’s own playing legend Sue Bird. For her career, Bird has shot 770-1995 which is an awesome 38.6 percent.
Her 770 made three pointers has her in fourth all time for this category. On the season, Bird is 34-81 which has her shooting at 42 percent.
The second player announced by the WNBA as participating in the three-point contest is Maya Moore of the Minnesota Lynx. For her career, Moore has shot 432-1124 which is good for 38.4 percent for her career
On the season, Moore has shot 33-82 which has her shooting at 40.2 percent
The third player announced by the WNBA is Allie Quigley of the Chicago Sky. For her career Quigley has shot 168-457 which is a respectable 36.8 percent.
For the season Quigley has been shooting above her career number, going 38-89 which is good enough for 42.7 percent.
The fourth player named by the WNBA to the three-point shooting contest is New York Liberty guard Sugar Rodgers.For her career, Rodgers has shot 200-560 which is good for 35.7 percent.
For the season, Rodgers is shooting 39-109 which is 35.8 percent, just above her career number.
The fifth and final player selected for the three-point contest is Jasmine Thomas of the Connecticut Sun.For her career, Thomas has shot 186-582 which s good for only 32 percent from deep.
This season however, Thomas has made a massive leap and is shooting 38-83 which is good for 45.8 percent.
I want to wish all these players the best of luck in the contest. Looking forward to it.