NBA Players Support WNBA Season
via: WNBA.

The WNBA season is about to begin, and while 22 NBA teams are inside a bubble at Orlando and the other eight on vacation, the association family has decided to send a message to the WNBA.

Players like Trae young, Jusuf Nurkic, Ja Morant and Meyers Leonard sent their best wishes to the WNBA community, who will be kicking off the season at IMG Academy in Brandenton, Florida.

The shortened WNBA regular season will consist of 22 games followed by a traditional playoff format.

Despite their season being cut short by 12 games, executive director of the Women's National Basketball Players Association, Terri Jackson, announced players are expected to receive full pay.