The league’s season will run from November through March and, if this exhibition game gave evidence that the quality of play will be high, the level of competition will be fierce, and it will provide a great afternoon or evening of family fun to watch. Look for more detailed coverage on the Westchester Shooting Stars Women’s D-League Basketball in the upcoming
The Women’s National D-League was started by New York’s basketball power couple, Mark and Danielle Bethea as a way to provide talented women an opportunity to showcase their skills in a competitive league. Each year, there are approximately 35 open draft slots for new WNBA players. The NCAA estimates that only 3% of draft-eligible NCAA Division I women’s basketball graduates make it to the WNBA professional ranks. For those not interested in disrupting their lives to head overseas and join a professional team, the options were limited. Until Now.
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November 15, 2019
The Westchester Shooting Stars Women’s D-League. The Evening match-up is between the Westchester Shooting Stars and the New jersey Storm. These two teams are part of the Women’s National D-League with franchises in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Philadelpia. The Westchester Shooting Stars will call New York City their home court,
The Westchester County Center in White Plains, New York, home to the NBA’s D-League Westchester Knicks, was the site of the inaugural game between two local teams of a new national Women’s D-League, The Westchester Shooting Stars Women’s D-League. This evening’s match-up was between the Westchester Shooting Stars and the Connecticut Stars. These two teams are part of the Women’s National D-League with franchises in New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Philadelpia. The Westchester Shooting Stars will call New York City their home court,