New York Liberty Guard Rebecca Allen opts out of this season || Hoopfeed.com
Published on June 25, 2020
New York Liberty Guard Rebecca Allen (Rebecca Allen) does not play in the 2020 WNBA season. She participates in the game with six other WNBA players. They will skip this season and do not participate in the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. The location is designed to protect players from COVID-19.
“This is definitely one of the toughest decisions, but after careful consideration and discussion, I decided to withdraw from Florida’s 2020 season,” Allen said. “The uncertainty of the COVID-19 crisis and the logistical health risks associated with travel led me to conclude that if I do not participate in the WNBA this year, that is the best. I want to thank the Liberal Party for its support and understanding. I will definitely miss me this year All teammates, employees and fans. I will cheer from Australia and look forward to returning to the stadium in 2021.”
Allen (6-2) became the Australian sharpshooter and she made her WNBA debut in the Liberty League (Wiber) in 2015. Throughout her five Memphis seasons, Allen averaged 4.6 points and 2.0 rebounds. Although she suffered a hand injury in 2019, she was a professional season, averaging 7.2 points in 17.2 minutes.
Jonathan Kolb, general manager of the Free Business Division, said: “Rebecca is a superb professional and a key factor in the team’s new style.” “We know these decisions are never the same It’s an easy task, and although she will definitely be absent this season, we fully support her in making the most beneficial decision for herself and her family.”
The WNBA recently announced its plan to return to the stadium and begin the 2020 season with elements of the plan in July, and adopted the regular playoff format at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, followed by 22 regular season games. New York Liberty Women’s 24th season.
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