Seeking Female Players for Professional Basketball Jobs

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A friend of mine works in European basketball as an agent. and she is always seeking players. If you see this web page then YES, she is still looking. From her: “Mainly looking for players who have just finished school and/or playing somewhere professionally.” If you have not played fro the past two years (or a similar situation), this opportunity is probably not for you — take a look at a pro exposure camp (look them up) and get some fresh, recent video and stats.

  • Recent video (i.e., this past season) is a must.
  • Your video must be clear and it must be easy to identify you in the video.
  • You need to provide “good stats” (her directions) from your most recent campaign if she is going to be able to help you.
  • What you have done/are doing outside of playing basketball is not important or relevant to her.
  • All of the above should be in the first email you send to me — no need to ask what I need and I will not ask you to include it. If it’s not there you will not hear back from me.
  • Remember that pro basketball is a buyer’s market: There are more eligible employees (this is you, the player) than there are jobs. Which means, teams/agents/coaches can be picky in who they choose. Keep this in mind when sending your information anywhere — you need them more than they need you.

Below are some examples of highlight/ game video that fits what is needed.

Email me if you fit the bill.

16 Comments

  1. Monique Stevens

    Dre,
    Is your friend FIBA Certified?
    I’m in my second year playing professionally overseas, I’m yet to sign with an agent however I have game film and stats from my previous season.
    Thank you

  2. Dre I have accolades but my last time playing was 2012 season D1. I have film playing top caliber talent (Elena Deladun), Old Dominion, VCU etc. I won NJCAA title undefeated in 2009. I ended up transferring schools where my click was up. But decided to further my education before pursuing career I’m a 6″3 forward rebounding machine with a defensive mindset what would u recommend

  3. My name is Kandice, i’m a 21 yr old female. Have not played prof. ball nor did I get the opportunity for college. I ball every day and play in a city league back home. I want to play overseas but don’t know if I should start camps or what to do. please help

  4. Brianna Thomas

    I’m a college player about to enter my senior year and interested in playing professionally when I graduate. I have film and stats would you advise me to start this process early? And if so how do I go about doing it?

    • If a team wanted you they couldn’t sign you if you’re in college still playing (unless you plan on dropping out). Play your season and get that film/stats. See the Guides & Tips page on this site for all the info you’ll need for then or now if you so choose.

  5. Hi, I haven’t played basketball professionally and I didn’t go to college to get that opportunity either, the last time I played was high school and recently in the hood. I’m a 22 year old female, so in my case would you recommend a pro camp and get footage from there? Or is there a league aside from the WNBA thats considered professional for women? Thanks in advance.

  6. Is your friend still interested in female players?

  7. Hi, Im a female athlete thats trying to play overseas. I have a current video and stats. what is the next step I need to take?

  8. Hey Dre, is your friend still helping out female players? I know someone who is trying to start her career overseas. Thanks

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