Counting down the top 15 WNBL players for 20/21

With a league comprised exclusively of home-grown talent, and with the Olympics and World Cup fast approaching, there has never been a more exciting time to assess the elite talent within Australia.

For better or worse, the 2020/21 WNBL season is going to be unique. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the league’s offseason has been long and full of uncertainties for the league’s clubs and its players. To help ensure the safety of all involved within the competition, the WNBL announced that the upcoming season would feature no imports, and readin…

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