The 20 Most Beautiful Players In The WNBA

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13. Sidney Spencer (free agent)

Alabama native Sidney Spencer guided the University of Tennessee to a national championship in 2007, the same year she was drafted by the Los Angeles Sparks. Following an excellent rookie season, the shooting guard/small forward went on to sign for several other WNBA teams, including the New York Liberty, the Connecticut Sun and the Phoenix Mercury.

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12. Swin Cash (retired)

Swin Cash’s time in the WNBA has been both lengthy and varied. The consistent scorer guided the Detroit Shock to their first championship win in her second season. She subsequently served as a pundit for MSG and is now the New York Liberty’s director of franchise development.

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