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Sue Bird, Liz Cambage and more highlight exceptional WNBA fits

This week's fashion across the association featured a variety of looks. One star showed love to a fellow hooper by rocking his jersey, and color coordination was at its best from a couple of athletes throughout the week. We even saw a fun twist on a classic basketball video game that deserves some props.
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Former UConn player Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe start brand in support of LGBTQIA+ youth

Former UConn basketball player Sue Bird and her fiancee, soccer player Megan Rapinoe, will release "Love IS," a fashion brand in support of LGBTQIA+ youth of color. "We are learning over and over that there is no neutral in this world. We can't sit quietly and let legislative action attack trans youth and strip away human rights," Rapinoe told Bleacher Report. Bird and Rapinoe have been dating since 2017 and got engaged in the summer of 2020.
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Seattle Storm legend Sue Bird announces that she'll return for 21st WNBA season

Sue Bird, arguably the best point guard in WNBA history, is not done yet. On Friday, the 41-year-old announced on Instagram that she'll be returning to the Seattle Storm for her 21st season in the league. Bird posted a video of Storm fans chanting "one more year" and captioned it "Ok." She also included a photo of her walking into the team facility.

White House visit is an ‘honour’ again now that Trump is gone, WNBA star Sue Bird says

Colin Kaepernick wins Sports Illustrated's Muhammed Ali Legacy Award: 'I will continue to work for the people'. After seemingly non-stop conflict during the Trump years, it’s no longer controversial for champion athletes to visit the White House now that Joe Biden has taken office, according to the Seattle Storm’s Sue Bird. The Storm won the WNBA championship last fall, and were due at the White House for a visit on Monday afternoon.