Wanda Marie Guyton, well recognized as Wanda Guyton, is a former professional women's basketball player who subsequently pursued a career as a basketball coach. As of 2019, she is a women's professional basketball coach in Wasserburg, Germany.
Born on October 14, 1965, she previously coached for WNBA teams Houston Comets (1997–1998) and Detroit Shock (1999). The Tampa, Florida native, holds an American nationality and belongs to the Afro-American ethnicity.
Eighteen-year of professional career as a player and over two-decade of a coaching career has earned Guyton a tremendous amount. As reported her net worth as of 2019 is approximately $1 million.
Currently serving as a women's professional basketball coach in Wasserburg, Germany, her annual salary is €58,578 ($64,800).
Further, Amazone has featured Wanda Guyton (WNBA) Autographed/Original Signed 8x10 Action-photo w/the Houston Comets for $24.99.
Residing in Germany, Guyton's life is lavish.
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Wanda Guyton's personal life is nothing but a mystery. The former WNBA player is yet to disclose information about her past/present affair, boyfriend, or husband.
Currently fifty-four years old, Guyton might be married and have children too but without any confirmation, her fans are clueless.
Additionally, the lady is nowhere to be found on social media sites such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
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Before WNBA, Guyton played in Japan, Italy, Spain, and Germany. Her professional basketball career, came full circle, when she returned back to the United States, after being picked by the Houston Comets in the first round with 5 overall picks in the 1997 WNBA Elite Draft.
However, she was waived by the team on June 8, 1999, but not before becoming a two time WNBA champion, as a member of the back to back WNBA Championship Houston Comets teams of 1997 and 1998, playing alongside Tina Thompson.
On July 28, 1999, she was signed by the Detroit Shock. The following year on 22nd May, she was waived by the team.
Subsequently, she returned to Germany to play for Wasserburg, where she finished out her 18-year professional career as a player, retiring in 2007.
In 2009, she was inducted into the USF Athletics Hall of Fame with the first class.
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