Breanna Stewart Re-Signs With New York Liberty 

WHN | Feb 26, 2024

In a critical move for the New York Liberty, Breanna Stewart, the 29-year-old forward, has officially committed to staying with…

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In a critical move for the New York Liberty, Breanna Stewart, the 29-year-old forward, has officially committed to staying with the team, putting an end to months of free agency speculation. Stewart, a former UConn standout, has been a powerhouse in the WNBA, earning multiple accolades, including Rookie of the Year and four All-Star selections, while showcasing her scoring versatility and defensive prowess.

Her decision to re-sign with the Liberty not only ensures continuity for the team but also highlights her belief in the organization’s vision. NY Liberty has actively shaped a competitive roster around Stewart, positioning the Liberty as serious contenders for the upcoming 2024 season. As one of the league’s most dominant players, Stewart’s loyalty reinforces the Liberty’s status as a premier destination for top-tier talent, setting the stage for an eagerly anticipated season as they pursue WNBA championship success.

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