WNBA players aim to get students more involved in activities

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PROSPECT HEIGHTS -

Current and former WNBA players visited students at P.S. 9 on Thursday.

The event at a Prospect Heights playground was geared toward getting children more involved.

“Sports is such a beautiful thing and it brings people together no matter gender, religion, anything of those sorts,” said Natasha Cloud, a Washington Mystics guard.

The WNBA season starts in May

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