Sylvia Fowles knows what it takes to succeed at the highest level — she's a 2X WNBA Finals MVP.
The WNBA Metallic Gold LE drop, open now until 3pm ET on August 30, is filled with the W’s undeniable star power from the 2022 season.
The release includes an iconic Moment from Fowles’ final home game in Minnesota. It’s an ode to a revered champion and MVP.
If you’re not already in the draw to capture history, what are you waiting for? See all the details here.
In a farewell sit-down with Top Shot, Fowles revealed the highlights on her must-have list. If anyone knows WNBA greatness, it’s her.
Courtney Vandersloot (In Packs)
A next-level passer, Courtney Vandersloot drops dimes on the regular.
This season, Vandersloot recorded 207 assists (5th in the WNBA), and she currently holds the 2nd-most career assists among active players (2,385) – trailing only Sue Bird.
Vandersloot, a 4-time All-Star, is eyeing back-to-back titles with the Sky. If she needs to show off her shooting stroke to win – like she did in her game-winning MGLE Moment – so be it.
Aerial Powers (In Packs)
After Aerial Powers contributed to a championship run with the Mystics, she signed with the Lynx as a free agent, and her game-winning mentality hasn’t wavered.
In 2022, she gained a full-time starting role for the first time in her career. In her MGLE Moment, Powers put her experience to the test. On July 12, she dropped a career-high 35 PTS against the Mercury, including some buzzer-beating magic.
Powers has energized Minnesota’s up-and-coming squad. Can she bring the spark again in Year 8?
A’ja Wilson (In Packs)
Being tasked to guard A’ja Wilson must be a nightmare scenario.
Wilson’s only dominated since entering the league. In only five years of experience, she’s received Rookie of the Year honors, four All-Star bids and the 2020 MVP award.
Her offensive game and presence in the paint led the Aces to the No. 1 seed in the league. This season, only Breanna Stewart and Kelsey Plum scored more total points.
Defensively, she terrifies slashers. Her swift rotation and reach puts her in position to swat away layup attempts – her MGLE Moment is blatant proof of league-leading blocking ability.
Breanna Stewart (In Packs)
We’re witnessing an all-time great talent in Breanna Stewart.
Her game’s pure, and with two WNBA titles already under her belt, she’s ready to come up clutch for No. 3.
Stewart tied her career-high scoring average this season (21.8 PPG), which led the league. She has a serious shot at her second MVP award and is playing a major role in leading the Storm to a deep postseason run in Sue Bird’s farewell campaign.
What more can we say? Stewart’s MGLE Moment is a winning play, because she’s a winning superstar.
Rhyne Howard (Challenge Reward)
When Atlanta made a blockbuster deal to acquire the No. 1 pick in the 2022 WNBA Draft, Rhyne Howard was the clear-cut prospect to land.
She’s already showing out like a tenured pro.
She shook a 6-time All-Star on her MGLE Moment.
Howard was the runaway Rookie of the Year, and earned an All-Star selection in her debut campaign. As the rookie leader in scoring (16.2 PPG), assists (2.8 APG) and steals (1.6 SPG), Howard will look to build on her all-around game.
For your chance to collect a Rare Limited Edition collectible Moment from one of these 5 players, or 17 other stars of the WNBA, join the draw for this pack drop before 3pm ET on August 30.