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Erica Wheeler, Arike Ogunbowale and Natasha Cloud Share Sneaker Tips With Rookies On Draft Night

The 2020 WNBA Draft is officially in the books and man was it a unique experience. For the first time in WNBA history, the league held a virtual draft on ESPN and it was met with a few technical challenges, but the outcome overall was amazing. Although we didn’t get a chance to see any of the kicks, we saw some dope outfits and pretty cool backgrounds.

Of course, you know we had to check-in with some of the most fashionable players in the WNBA. Whether it’s their pregame tunnel fits, or their on-court kicks, these ladies know how to turn heads every time they step in their respective arenas.

From her 20+ gameday on-court sneaker rotation during her 2019 rookie season or her high-end post-game kicks, Dallas Wings Arike Ogunbowale laced up some heat and she sure as heck didn’t disappoint. Check out the style stips she had to offer the incoming rookies.

Fresh off of winning her first WNBA Championship and inking a groundbreaking sneaker deal during the off-season with Converse, Natasha Cloud had some pretty cool tips to offer rookies when it comes to their gameday fashion and even an on-court sneaker recommendation…(Converse of course).

Talks around where WNBA All-Star MVP Erica Wheeler may be taking her sneaker talents continue to be a topic of conversation on social media…but for now, we do have a couple of style points she did share with incoming rookies.


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