Support for rights! Irving has provided $1.5 million to fund the withdrawal players of WNBA

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 Support for rights! Irving has provided $1.5 million to fund the withdrawal players of WNBA


Now, Irwin has promised to give $1.5 million to subsidize WNBA players who have decided to withdraw because of their rights and worries about the new championship epidemic. The money will come from Mr Irwins newly created Kai empowerment action group, which will also give players financial literacy knowledge.

Obviously, Irwins idea is to make the players who have retired from the game settle down in the cause of safeguarding their rights and not worry about their livelihood.

Irwin revealed that he had talked to Natasha Claude and other WNBA players who decided to quit the game and learned about their challenges and problems. In the end, he decided to help them, because WNBA players were already earning relatively small salaries, with top players earning a little more than $200000 a year. Whether a player decides to fight for social justice, play basketball, focus on physical or mental health, or just want to be with family, our organization supports their priorities and decisions. Irwin said in a statement. On Saturday local time, WNBA opened its 24th season at img college in Bradenton, Florida. Some players quit the game because they said they wanted to protect their rights. Source: Netease sports Author: Tan Xiaoyu, editor in charge: Yang Jiankun_ NS4215

Irwin revealed that he had talked to Natasha Claude and other WNBA players who decided to quit the game and learned about their challenges and problems. In the end, he decided to help them, because WNBA players were already earning relatively small salaries, with top players earning a little more than $200000 a year.

On Saturday local time, WNBA opened its 24th season at img college in Bradenton, Florida. Some players quit the game because they said they wanted to protect their rights.