WNBA growing women's basketball
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New FSM Essential Feature: WNBA Legend and PAL Team To Advance Growth of Women’s Basketball

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FSM’s Zeke Trezevant with more on Rushia Brown’s partnership with the National Police Athletic League in efforts to grow women’s basketball.

Rushia Brown played seven seasons in the WNBA.

WNBA growing women's basketball
Photo Credit: Police Athletic League

WNBA Legend Rushia Brown, President of SerVcom, has announced a partnership with the National PAL to advance the growth of women’s basketball and empower young girls in sports.

This partnership will provide FREE basketball clinics nationwide for girls ages 8-16. These clinics will allow young ladies to receive elite training and empowerment from former WNBA players.

Specifically, the clinics will include two hours of on-the-court training and two 30-minute sessions on social-emotional learning.

As a former professional basketball player in the WNBA and internationally, I know how important it is to provide opportunities for young girls interested in basketball,” Rushia Brown said. “Getting to meet former WNBA players, training with them, and learning their journeys will allow them to create a road map to their own dreams.”


The participants in current WNBA cities will be given the opportunity to attend a game with their families and interact with a current WNBA player. The cities/teams on the calendar are Las Vegas (Aces), New York (Liberty), Dallas (Wings), Atlanta (Dream), Los Angeles (Sparks), Washington (Mystics), Chicago (Sky), and Phoenix (Mercury).

The former WNBA cities to host FREE clinics are Miami and Cleveland. The Cleveland event will be hosted during NCAA Women’s Final Four 2024.

If you are interested in attending the clinic, the Las Vegas clinic is taking place at The Mirabelli Community Center which is located at 6200 Hargrove Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89107


The dates for each city are as follows:


  • Las Vegas – July 11th
  • New York – July 18th
  • Atlanta – July 25th
  • Dallas – July 28th
  • Washington, D.C. – August 6th
  • Chicago – August 8th
  • Phoenix – August 20th
  • Miami – September 24th
  • Cleveland – April 6th, 2024

The goal of player engagement is to further the reach of the WNBA to future fans and players.

About ServCom

More about ServCom and their mission. 

Photo Credit: Police Athletic League

SerVcom Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization committed to cultivating personal productivity and profitability through preparedness–competence, confidence, and collaboration–to advance innovation and change. SerVcom President
Rushia Brown is a WNBA veteran of 7 seasons that also has front-office experience with the WNBA league office, the
Las Vegas Aces, and the Los Angeles Sparks.

The National PAL is excited to collaborate with SerVcom on this endeavor, as we welcome the opportunity to participate in these events that have the potential to enrich the lives of the youth we serve. These clinics will be unique as they are the first of this type of camp that National PAL has done for girls, which allows them a chance to shine,” said Sgt. Hill, the Chairman of the Board of National PAL.

The National Association of Police Athletic/Activities Leagues, Inc. exists to aid in the prevention of juvenile crime and violence by providing mentorship, service, athletics, recreational enrichment, educational opportunities, and resources to PAL Membership Chapters. As a membership-based organization, National PAL seeks to provide its chapters with resources and opportunities to aid them in their organizational growth, as well as to assist them in their pursuits of showcasing their unique programs and enhancing the quality of individual youth engagement experiences.

Former WNBA players hosting free youth girls basketball clinic

For more information and registration, please visit www.SerVcom.org.


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