Sabrina Ionescu is just entering her second year in the WNBA, but is quickly becoming the face of the league.
With a 5-2 score, her New York Liberty is third in the league and has already won three more wins than in the entire season.
Ionescu has averaged 16.1 points, 6.6 rebounds and 7.1 assists per game this season, and became the youngest player in league history to make a triple double earlier this year.
The Oregon Ducks legend is already a WNBA star, but she’s just getting started. On Wednesday, she announced the last step in her career – joining the board of directors of Kevin Durant.
Ionescu joined ESPN The Jump on Wednesday to talk more about her new venture.
“I just love the world that basketball has given me on and off the court. From culture, brands, investment opportunities and boardroom, it all includes it all, ”Ionescu said. “Obviously CD and Rich here in New York are awesome … I feel like I can really bring my brand relationship to life in a unique way and attract fans, and obviously a lot of young girls and guys behind the scenes of my partnerships relationships. across the Boardroom network. “
“Ionescu will talk from the inside about expanding his own off-site business portfolio and talk about his unique vision of partnerships with brands such as State farm as well as Nike… She will work with Boardroom on content, events and editorials, including a collaboration with Thirty Five Ventures co-founder Kevin Durant.
Ionescu will also become a strategic partner for Thirty Five Ventures, giving her visibility and access to venture capital partners and key stakeholders in the organization’s network, as well as further expanding her personal portfolio. ”
On the court, off the court, it doesn’t matter – the GOAT continues to do the GOAT things.