WNBPA Speaks Hoodie Collection | BreakingT
The WNBA season is heating up as the postseason nears, but soon enough, in many parts of the country, it will be cold outside. Stay warm in these hoodies commemorating the historic 2020 WNBA season courtesy of BreakingT!
The WNBPA SPEAKS COLLECTION commemorates the historic 2020 WNBA season of social justice.
The t-shirts come in each team’s colors and feature, on the front, an impactful image of a fist thrust in protest surrounded by slogans like SAY HER NAME, CHANGE CAN’T WAIT and TAKE ACTION NOW.
Each team’s city is placed below the image and players’ names and jersey numbers are positioned on the back.
With the WNBA featuring players who have surnames with a universal ring — Canada, Prince, Cloud, Powers, Nurse, Shook, Stokes, Plum, Swords, Young, Copper, Lavender and January — the possibilities are endless. So, come for the basketball, but stay for the movements and moments.
Wear the moment, courtesy of BreakingT!
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WNBPA SPEAKS COLLECTION
Include players’ names on the back
Front-print only/do not include players’ names on the back
Sylvia Fowles, Rebound Queen
Put Women’s Sports on TV
The Breonna Taylor Collection
SAY HER NAME
WE ARE BREONNA TAYLOR
The W wears Orange
WNBA Draft 2020
NEW YORK SABRINA
IONESCU’S 2K-1K-1K CLUB OF ONE
NBA HORSE Challenge 2020
ALLIE QUIGLEY SCHOOLS THE NBA’S BIGGEST STARS
NO DUNKS ALLOWED
WNBA Free Agency 2020
ELECTION 2020: FOUR MORE YEARS
BET ON WOMEN, IN WINTER
WNBA Finals Collection
WASHINGTON 2019 CHAMPS
THE LEGEND OF MASKED EDD
WNBA Playoffs Collection
Natasha Cloud: Together Against Gun Violence
Lady Liberty Tina Charles
Queen of the Paint. Enough said.
Katie Lou Who?
Viva Liz Vegas
WNBPA opts out of the CBA, calls on NBA to bet on women
Seattle Storm wins 2018 WNBA Finals, brings third championship to the city of Seattle
Masked Sue Bird puts on Game 5 semifinals show
Delle Donne does double-double things on hobbled knee
Renee Montgomery, Atlanta Dream return to WNBA Playoffs
Liz Cambage sneaks Dallas into playoffs with MVP-caliber show
Courtney Vandersloot dishes record-setting dimes
Lindsay Whalen announces retirement after 15-year career
Breanna Stewart concludes strong MVP campaign
Allie Quigley defends Three-Point Contest title, owns NBA and WNBA record
Maya Moore wins All-Star Game Finals MVP
Kayla McBride nails everything