WNBA Announces 2024 All Stars

WHN | Jul 3, 2024

After two weeks of voting for the 2024 WNBA All-Star game, the rosters were officially finalized Tuesday night on ESPN’s…

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After two weeks of voting for the 2024 WNBA All-Star game, the rosters were officially finalized Tuesday night on ESPN’s WNBA Countdown. The 12-woman roster consists of players from nine of the league’s teams. 

This year, the game will be a face-off between the chosen WNBA All-Stars and Team USA for this year’s upcoming Olympic games, serving as additional preparation.

Team WNBA:

  • DeWanna Bonner, Connecticut Sun (6th selection)
  • Aliyah Boston, Indiana Fever (2nd  selection)
  • Caitlin Clark, Indiana Fever (1st selection)
  • Allisha Gray, Atlanta Dream (2nd selection)
  • Dearica Hamby, Los Angeles Sparks (3rd selection)
  • Brionna Jones, Connecticut Sun (3rd selection)
  • Jonquel Jones, New York Liberty (5th selection)
  • Kayla McBride, Minnesota Lynx (4th selection)
  • Kelsey Mitchell, Indiana Fever (2nd selection)
  • Arike Ogunbowale, Dallas Wings (4th selection)
  • Nneka Ogwumike, Seattle Storm (9th selection)
  • Angel Reese, Chicago Sky (1st selection)

Team USA:

  • A’ja Wilson, Las Vegas Aces
  • Alyssa Thomas, Connecticut Sun
  • Breanna Stewart, New York Liberty
  • Brittney Griner, Phoenix Mercury
  • Chelsea Gray, Las Vegas Aces
  • Diana Taurasi, Phoenix Mercury
  • Jackie Young, Las Vegas Aces
  • Jewell Loyd, Seattle Storm
  • Kahleah Copper, Phoenix Mercury
  • Kelsey Plum, Las Vegas Aces
  • Napheesa Collier, Minnesota Lynx
  • Sabrina Ionescu, New York Liberty

All-Star selections were voted on by fans (50%), active players (25%) and media figures (25%). Those in the top 10 who were not named to Team USA were given an immediate ticket to the All-Star game. Those players were Clark, Boston, Hamby and Ogunbowale.

For the remaining roster spots, the 12 WNBA head coaches picked from the next 36 highest vote-getters. These players were Bonner, Gray, Brionna Jones, Jonquel Jones, McBride, Mitchell and Reese.

Notably, the only two rookies on the roster, Clark and Reese, also lead the WNBA’s Rookie of the Year conversations. Reese is on an 11-game double-double streak, extending the WNBA’s record for consecutive double-doubles, while Clark became the league’s fastest player to achieve 300 points, 100 assists and 100 rebounds, all while selling out away crowds, a feat she’s been accomplishing since her days at the University of Iowa. The selection marks the first time since 2014 that two rookies were tabbed to the All-Star team.

The 2024 WNBA All-Star weekend will take place at Footprint Center in Phoenix, Arizona, home of the Phoenix Mercury. Festivities will begin in front of a sold-out crowd Friday, July 19, and continue through Saturday, July 20. Events will be streamed on ESPN and ABC.

  • Skills Challenge: Friday, July 19, 6 p.m. ET (ESPN)
  • 3-Point Contest: Friday, July 19, after Skills Challenge (ESPN)
  • All-Star Game: Saturday, July 20, 8:30 p.m. ET (ABC)

Amara Bullard is a Marketing + Media student at Loyola University in Chicago aspiring to work in basketball operations. 

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