|Birth Name||Odyssey Celeste Sims|
|Birth Place||Irving, Texas|
|Famous Name||Odyssey Sims|
|Birth Date||July 13, 1992|
|Net Worth||$750 thousand|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||160 lb (73 kg)|
|Current team||Minnesota Lynx|
Shooting guard and Point guard of Minnesota Lynx, Odyssey Sims is a well-known player and through her game, she has already won the heart of millions. She is also playing in international leagues and has won enough trophies to decorate her room.
Born on July 13, 1992, in the beautiful city Irving, Texas, she started her High School in MacArthur and after finishing high school she has joined Baylor. She was passionate about games from an early age. And at 27 she has become world known basketball player.
Odyssey Sims is the 27-year-old player who is taking sour in the belly of luxury. She has signed a three-year contract from which will earn $351000 in three years. Her net worth has not been in the access of the public but is estimated to be around $750 thousand. She is now playing with Minnesota Lynx.
Her annual salary is around $115,000. She is also earning a monthly salary of $9583 which makes her per day wage $1370. She is just 27 and being a WNBA player she has earned a pretty decent amount of wealth.
Odyssey Sims has no boyfriend at present. Like every famous celebrity, she has hidden her personal life with her fans and the public. Though she frequently appears in seminars and social networking sites, still she has kept her personal life very secret. She has no past record of being engaged or being married.
Recently on the social networking platform, there was a picture of her and her High School boyfriend. Her High School boyfriend's name is Nima Majd who was also her partner in her prom. She is not dating anyone currently but she has remained a good friend with Nima Majd.
Sims attended Baylor University for four seasons. As a freshman, Sims was Named National Freshman of the Year, was named Big 12 Freshman of the Year and also to the All-Big 12 first team. Sims was drafted 2nd overall by the Tulsa Shock in the 2014 WNBA draft. In her rookie season. Since her early days, she had given a sign of a successful basketball player.
Sims immediately entered the starting line-up for the Shock at the shooting guard position. Sims would instantly become a scoring sensation in the league. She has visited several countries in order to play a basketball game and internationally also she got praised as she praised in WNBA scene.
In February 2018, Sims re-signed with the Sparks in free agency. In 2019, Sims again re-signed with the Sparks after they matched an offer sheet made by the Phoenix Mercury. On April 22, 2019, Sims was traded to the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for Alexis Jon.