Bobcats superstar Moore.
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[Sports Center/Comprehensive Report] Since leaving the WNBA in 2019 to help her current husband Jonathan Irons (Jonathan Irons) overturn 50 years in prison, the 33-year-old former Minnesota Lynx superstar Maya Moore officially announced her retirement.
In college, he led the University of Connecticut to win two NCAA championships. In 2011, Moore stepped into the professional arena as the No. game.
Not only did she lead the Bobcats to four championships, her career scoring average (18.4), three-pointers (530) and steals (449) were the highest in team history, total points (4984), field goals ( 1782), assists (896) and blocks (176) are the second in team history.
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Moore said on the show today: "I think it's time to end my basketball career. I left the court 4 years ago, but I want to officially retire. This time has been so sweet for me and my family. We accomplished goals together. Want to continue working hard in the next chapter of my life, contributing to my family and community. This is what I do, it's time to hang up the jersey."
Moore's great achievements are not limited to the WNBA. She has won two Olympic gold medals on behalf of the U.S. national team and is one of the most representative players in the U.S. women's basketball team in recent years.
She was once praised by the legendary Lakers star Kobe Bryant for her ability to enter the NBA; she was also called the greatest player in the history of women's basketball by "Sports Illustrated".
Moore represented Team USA in the Olympics.
(File photo, European News Agency)