With the WNBA offseason underway, several players take up other jobs, including Rookie of the Year, Aliyah Boston.
It’s not uncommon for athletes to find creative ways to spend their offseason. Some immediately head overseas to play more basketball once their season ends to keep their skillsets fresh. Others stay stateside in preparation for upcoming Olympic games.
Some athletes find new hobbies to take up that they don’t typically get to do during the season. From broadcasting to opening a restaurant, these hoopers prove that their game extends far beyond the court.
Here are the seven WNBA players with unique offseason jobs, including Aliyah Boston joining Peacock: