Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016

Basketball is undoubtedly one of the most followed games of all times. Males as well as female athletes are excelling at playing this game. Basketball association, primarily NBA has an amazing trend following as we all know . Following is a list of Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016. Let’s take a look at all of them.

Best Female Basketball Players 2016
Best Female Basketball Players 2016
Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016

10. Carol Blazejowski

Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016
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Awards: World Championships (gold, 1979); Pan American Games (silver, 1979); World University Games (gold, 1979 and 1977).

Number one on the list of Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016 is Carol Blazejowski. A popular face in the circuit, she has a remarkable career to boast. On March 6, 1978, she set a Madison Square Garden record successfully by scoring 52 points in Montclair State’s 102-91 win over Queens College (before there was a 3-point line).

9. Tamika Catchings

Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016
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Awards: Olympics (gold, 2012, 2008, 2004); World Championships (gold, 2010, 2002; bronze, 2006).

We have a reasonable name for the number 9 on Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016. Catchings is the only player in WNBA history ever to rank in the all-time top 10 in points (fourth), also the rebounds (fourth), assists (eighth) and steals (first). She happens to be the 11th in blocked shots. She is the only player ever to complete a season in the top 10 of all five categories, and to top that as well, she has done so twice.

8. Cynthia Cooper

Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016
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Awards: Olympics (gold, 1988; bronze, 1992); World Championships (gold, 1990, 1986); Pan American Games (gold, 1987); Goodwill Games (gold, 1986).

Number 8 on Top 10 Best Female Basketball Players 2016 , Cynthia Cooper has won two NCAA titles at Southern California and also the first four WNBA championships with the Houston Comets right before returning to USC to coach.  Cooper was 34 when the WNBA debuted back in 1997, and she proceeded to lead the Comets to the first four league titles and she was MVP of all four WNBA Finals.

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