Straight Former WNBA Star Says Gay Culture Bullied, Broke Her Spirit

By Victor Trammell

The WBNA season is well under way and fans of this talent-loaded league are already waiting eagerly to see their favorite teams compete for this year’s World Championship.

The Los Angeles Sparks WBNA franchise currently holds the most coveted spot as the reigning champions. Led by their star power forward Candace Parker, the Sparks have a 10-3 record and are ranked second among the top teams in the WNBA’s Western Conference. They are right on the heels of the top-ranked Minnesota Lynx ball club (11-1).

However, another woman who shares Parker’s first name that is a former shooting guard for the Minnesota Lynx stirred up some controversy, which made headlines earlier this year. The letters in those headlines formed words that worked together to cast the WNBA is a very negative light.

Candice Wiggins (pictured) played her very last game in the WNBA in 2015 prior to announcing her retirement on March 22, 2016. Wiggins, 30, retired from the sport she has loved since childhood without suffering a career-ending injury. Many analysts of the league felt that Wiggins had plenty of time left in her career.

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