2023 NBL1 Women: Seven rising stars to watch
We take a look at some of the best young talent across the women's NBL1 conferences.
From WNBA draft picks to returned college stars, and fringe WNBL youngsters looking to establish themselves at the professional level, the NBL1 is rich with young talent.
Narrowing the list of players down was tough. We could have included more, like Nyadiew Puoch, who we recently profiled, or Kristina Moore, who has returned to Australia after a productive college career at Florida and Georgetown. Moore only has played one NBL1 game so far this season, but made a splash with 27 points, including six three-pointers.
Nonetheless, here are seven of the most intriguing prospects across the nation, and all are worth catching in action, both for their play this season and as a taster of things to come.
1. Brooke Basham, North Adelaide Rockets (Central)
Currently the leading scorer in NBL1 Central with 25.3 points per game, Basham is shooting the three ball at 41.5%, the best percentage of any player in the conference who has more than 50 shots.
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