|Date of Birth:||1997, December 7|
|Age:||21 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Sabrina Ionescu|
|Famous Name||Sabrina Ionescu|
|Birth Place||December 6, 1997 (age 21) Walnut Creek, California|
|University attended||University of Oreogan|
|Full Name||Sabrina Ionescu|
|University Team||University of Oregon Ducks women's basketball team|
Two times Pac-12 Player of the year, Sabrina Ionescu is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the University of Oregon Ducks women's basketball team. Additionally, she has also represented her native country, United States internationally at the different age group of U16 and U17.
The gold medalist at FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship, Sabrina Ionescu will reportedly earn around $79,000 after she gets drafted to play in WNBA. Additionally, she has also won a gold medal in the 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship, representing the team United States.
As of 2019, Sabrina seems to single. Reportedly, she is not dating anyone and seems to be focused straight in her career. However, she is too bold and beautiful to be single, which seems pretty suspicious to us. Well, that's why we can't deny that she is not in any intimate relationship with her probable boyfriend.
According to some sources, Sabrina is a very secretive person when it comes to her personal life. In her social media, she hasn't posted any suspicious picture which could be a lead us to confirm her relationship status. Moreover, she hasn't dropped a single hint about her current affair or relationship.
Apart from her love life, she shares a good bonding with her family and friends. Further, she is a cheerful person and a travel freak. Whenever she gets time from her work, she likes to travel as well as loves to enjoy quality time with her nearest and dearest.
Talking about her body measurements, her height is 1.8m, and weight is still unknown. Further, her hair is dark brown, and the eye is brown.
The famous women's basketball player, Sabrina, is yet to gather money as net worth. Also, she is yet to be drafted in WNBA, and reportedly, she will earn around $79,000 once she gets drafted to play for the WNBA team. Additionally, she is yet to receive a salary as a professional player.
Moreover, the player representing the college team doesn't mainly receive money as a salary; instead, they are reported to get a full ride to their college, which includes scholarships and other facilities. Moreover, it's obvious for her to earn cash via endorsement deals, but until now, she hasn't revealed any information about the brands that she has been promoting.
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Specifically, the average WNBA players earn about $79,000 as a salary, while the highest salary cap is around $117,500. For players with three or more years of service, the minimum wage is about $56,375.
So with all the references and assumptions, we can conclude that Sabrina will definitely earn somewhere above estimation. We don't have any option rather than waiting until she gets to perform at the highest level.
Sabrina was born on 7 December 1997, in Walnut Creek, California to the father Don Ionescu and mother whose identity is still to be disclosed. Further, she holds the nationality of Romanian and has a mixed racial background.
Ionescu attended a middle school that didn't have enough players to field a team of girls, and her school denied her to play on the team of the boys. Further, she went to Miramonte High School in Orinda, California where she pursued her basketball career. Also, she went to the University of Oregon for her graduation.
As of 2019, Sabrina Ionescu currently plays as a Point guard for University of Oregon Ducks women's basketball team. Additionally, she has also represented her native country, United States internationally at the different age group of U16 and U17.
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Some of her notable career achievements include Two times Pac-12 Player of the year, The gold medalist of the FIBA Americas Under-16 Championship, The gold medal in the 2014 FIBA Under-17 World Championship.
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