SYDNEY (Australia) – When the action gets underway at the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2022, will we see evidence of who the best female baller on the planet is right now?
This is your chance to tell us who you think is the world’s best and will prove you right with their individual performances in Sydney. There are four contenders, plus an option for someone else if you think someone has been overlooked.
Cast your vote below and have your say in the biggest debate in female hoops!
The epic performance by Wilson at Tokyo 2020 made a major statement about her own ability when competing on the biggest stages and more widely, her standing within the female game. The forward was unstoppable for the most part in the Japanese capital, winning the fan vote for who should be MVP, but having to be satisfied with a place on the official All-Star Five. Since then, she has showed blistering form in the WNBA to be crowned MVP and her defensive work in particular has also gained huge recognition. Is she now ready to be crowned the best female baller in the world?
The breathtaking performances by Jones on the FIBA international stage since she pulled on a Bosnia and Herzegovina vest last year have captivated so many fans. Her astonishing double-doubles with mind-blowing shooting numbers and other contributions have led her adopted nation to so many historical highs – including their pending debut in Sydney. The extensive skill set, her length, her ability to handle the ball and dominate inside are all reasons why you might have ‘JJ’ as the player who deserves to be top of this poll!
For several years now, Meesseman has posted some jaw-dropping displays in a Belgium vest and has been the driving force behind their array of historical firsts – from appearing at the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup for the first time, an Olympic debut for the team and FIBA Women’s EuroBasket medals. In every one of those incredible achievements, Meesseman has been a giant and astonishing leader for her country. She has also won Finals MVP honors and titles on both sides of the Atlantic in club competition too.
The MVP of the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup 2018 and at Tokyo 2020, Stewart has surely held the moniker of the world’s best baller in recent times – especially when considering the additional individual and team honors in EuroLeague Women and in the WNBA too. Her influence for club and country is always sky-high, not only because of her amazing ability, but also her leadership and how she plays so brilliantly within a team context. Her unassuming nature combined with stellar talent means she’s a big fan favorite.
Who did we miss? Perhaps there is another elite baller who you think is the best player in the women’s game? If that is the case make sure you vote for this option and let us know across social channels #FIBAWWC who you voted for!
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