Austin McBroom is an American professional basketball player. Austin McBroom Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $5 Million. Explore more about Austin McBroom‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. Her yearly income 227,000 and monthly income 20,000.
Austin McBroom Full name Austin McBroom. Her nick Name was Austin McBroom. Austin McBroom now 32 Years old .
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She was born in 18 October 1990 in Houston, Texas, United states of america.
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In college, Griner played basketball with the Baylor Lady Bears at Baylor University. She immediately established her dominance as a freshman, setting a new single-season record of 223 blocked shots. In late 2009, she posted Baylor’s first-ever triple-double; early the following year, she became only the seventh female player to dunk during a college basketball game. Baylor went on to enter the NCAA Tournament, and defeated Tennessee to make the Sweet 16. In the subsequent win against Georgetown, Griner set a new NCAA Tournament record with 14 blocked shots. Advancing to the Elite Eight, Baylor beat Duke, and Griner upped her total tournament blocks to a new record of 35. In the Final Four, Baylor fell to eventual champion Connecticut.
In the 2013 WNBA Draft, Griner was chosen as the first overall pick by the Phoenix Mercury. She went on to have a highly impressive rookie year; in her debut alone, she matched the WNBA career dunk record set by Candace Parker, with two. Overall, Griner averaged three blocks per game. She improved her statistics in 2014, averaging 3.7 blocks per game in addition to 15.6 points and eight rebounds. In June, she set a new regular-season single-game WNBA record with 11 blocks. Most significantly, Griner helped the Mercury finish the 2014 season 29-5, breaking the record for most regular-season WNBA wins; the team subsequently swept the Chicago Sky in the WNBA Finals. Griner continued her amazing success in 2015. In the most prolific defensive season in the history of the WNBA, she averaged four blocks per game. The Mercury once again made it to the playoffs, where Griner set a new WNBA playoff record of 11 blocks. Ultimately, the team fell to the Minnesota Lynx.