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Snoop Dogg Name Drops Top-Five Women Basketball Players A Head Of WNBA Draft

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The WNBA draft is on Thursday, which means the 12 teams in the league will be looking to add players from this year’s college class. So, all eyes will be on women’s basketball once again.

Hip hop icon Snoop Dogg, who is a wealth of knowledge that goes beyond what he has accomplished in music. The Los Angeles Lakers’ fanatic was recently on the Clubhouse app. He was asked to name his top-five men and women’s basketball players of all-time.

For the men’s side of things, his list goes like this, Magic, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Kareem, and Wilt Chamberlain. As for the women, Sue Bird, Lisa Leslie, Cheryl Miller, Cindy Brown, and Cynthia Cooper,” said Snoop Dogg.

He was then asked about not selecting Maya Moore on his list; he replied, “I go back before them; I have OG’s in me. The names I just said if you were ever to see Cheryl Miller could whoop Reggie Miller. She put up a hundred points in high school; she was the whole thing. There was no WNBA when she came out. Cheryl Miller was the one, not the two,” shared Snoop Dogg with all due respect.

The 2021 WNBA Draft will be broadcasted on ESPN at 7 p.m. ET.

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Written by Landon Buford

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