Social Media Is Drooling Over Photos Of ESPN’s Chiney Ogwumike Rocking Incredibly Tight Green Bodysuit During NCAA Coverage

Social Media Is Drooling Over Photos Of ESPN’s Chiney Ogwumike Rocking Incredibly Tight Green Bodysuit During NCAA Coverage

Chiney Ogwumike poses on the red carpet.

Chiney Ogwumike (Photo by Leon Bennett/Getty Images)
Elle Duncan, Andraya Carter, and Chiney Ogwumike make up the ideal studio team to lead ESPN’s expanding coverage of women’s basketball.

How WNBA Star Chiney Ogwumike Built a 7-Figure Empire

Players like Angel Reese, Caitlin Clark, and Paige Bueckers are the main draw for the fans, but Elle Duncan, Andraya Carter, and Chiney Ogwumike are easily second when it comes to fan interest.

Chiney Ogwumike is standing out from them all.

Not many people are aware that she plays in the WNBA and parlayed her career into an ESPN analyst while her career is still going on.

This week, Chiney Ogwumike is going insanely viral after her latest outfit drew tons of reactions.

Ogwumike could be seen in the ESPN studious rocking a tight green bodysuit that showed off every curve on her body.

Many fans took to social media to give their reaction in the comment section and the quotes:

Chiney Ogwumike started playing basketball at the age of 9 and she would go on to be good enough to suit up for Stanford on full-ride scholarships and currently play for the WNBA’s Los Angeles Sparks.

Ogwumike was drafted in the first round as the number one overall by Connecticut in 2014.

Just last season, Ogwumike played in 10 games and averaged 8.4 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 1.3 assists, on 43% shooting from the field, via ESPN.com.

She also has a sister who plays in the league, Nneka Ogwumike, who just signed with the Seattle Storm this past February.

Chiney Ogwumike Has Her Second Career Already Lined Up While Still Playing In The WNBA

Chiney Ogwumike (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
Chiney Ogwumike is still playing professional basketball in the WNBA while working for ESPN.

In 2020, she became the first Black woman and the first WNBA player to host a national radio show for ESPN, according to her Wikipedia.

Two years before that in 2018, she signed a multi-year contract with ESPN to become a full-time basketball analyst and she is still doing that today.

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