Nyara Sabally wants to play in the best basketball league in the world in the future and has signed up for the WNBA draft on April 11th.
The Younger Sister of National Player Satou Sabally, who was seconded at the Talent Exchange two years ago as early as no other athlete and no other athlete from Germany before her, announced the decision on Instagram.
She wanted to pursue her “lifeland”, the 22-year-old from Berlin justified her decision. Sabally would have been allowed to play another year at the college for the University of Oregon. With the Ducks she had already left the championships unexpectedly already in the first round, but had outlined at the defeat against Belmont with 31 points, twelve rebounds and seven blocks.
In the draft, the teams in the North American professional Younger Sister are allowed to select talent. The worse a team was in the previous season, the sooner she is on it. Satou Sabally was selected by Dallas Wings 2020.