|Birth Name||Lindsay Corine Taylor|
|Birth Place||Poway, California, U.S.|
|Famous Name||Lindsay Taylor|
Lindsay Anne Taylor is an American former professional basketball player who has played in the Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), Turkish Women's Basketball League, Ligue Féminine de Basketball (LFB), the Women's Korean Basketball League with the players like Betty Lennox and Tanisha Wright.
Lindsay was born on May 20, 1981, in Poway, California. She attended Chandler High School and was a Chandler HS state champion in 1999.
Lindsay is a former WNBA player who serves as an Amature coach after her retirement. Playing in the WNBA for decades, she reportedly has a net worth of $800,000 in 2020.
She also represented her nation in the world stage and was a member of the team when they won a gold medal in the Olympics for which she must have received around $40,000 as a reward. After her retirement, she initiated her career as a coach and currently, she is earning around $60,000 as an annual salary.
Lindsay has kept his personal life low profile and she has not made any legitimate report about her affair. However, it is confirmed she is dating somebody who goes by the name Logan and he is her long time boyfriend.
For now, it is hard to say whether the love birds tied in a knot or and beside Logan, Lindsay has no past record of any relationship.
Lindsay born in Poway, California but later on, moved to Phoenix with her parents Catherine Taylor and Bill Taylor. She got her nickname Tiny from her family because she is considered as the tallest member in the house 6 ft 11 in. Despite her height, she was not interested in sports but as she turned to 15 she got the inspiration to play basketball through her best friend who convinced her to start playing the game.
After that, she became a player for the school team, Chandler High School in Chandler, Arizona.
After that, she began her education and career at UC Santa Barbara where she considered as the tallest women's basketball player in the team. She has notched her 1,000th point as a Gaucho at Illinois with her teammate Diana Taurasi.
Lindsay is proud to be tall and in of her interview she said,
“I feel I have a presence on the court. I hope I intimidate other people having a larger stature than other players, it feels like a bird's eye view of everything"