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Wings’Ty Harris Would Like To See NBA Players Take Next Step With Supporting The WNBA

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Last Friday, the Dallas Wings drafted Charli Collier out of the University of Texas. Collier’s new teammate and one of the rookies last season, Ty Harris was on the Clubhouse app on Thursday. He was on the stage of the WBB Weekly room hosted by Girls Talk TV’s founder Khristina Williams.

Harris was asked a variety of questions, including what she would like to see NBA players do besides wearing WNBA.

“I do not know too much of what goes into yet, I know I am looking more into it. However, I do appreciate what they are doing now. Just seeing us and hearing us. It would be good for them to recognize what we are doing and invest into the things that we are investing in,” said Harris.

“Instead of saying I’m going to buy this shit, or this jersey. We support you by actually taking it a step further with a plan of action by investing in us and helping out in that way.”

Harris recently invested in a tech company called Sportslync as she is looking to diversify here portfolio. Sportslync is a platform for athletes started by Jay Field, who wanted to create a platform to give athletes the opportunity to tell their stories and share their journey.

Last season for the Wings, Harris averaged 6.8 points, 1.2 rebounds, and 2.7 assists per game in 21 games.

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Written by Landon Buford

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