WNBA's Angel Reese Is Already Thinking About A Second Career.

Angel Reese will begin her WNBA career with the Chicago Sky, which picked her with the seventh pick.  

During Monday night's ESPN show, Reese hinted at future goals beyond the court.   

During an interview with Chiney Ogwumike, Carolyn Peck, and LaChina Robinson, Reese hinted at a career in broadcasting.  

"Hopefully I'm here one day," Reese told the ESPN team, according to Awful Announcing. "I want to do this."  

Ogwumike joked about not wanting to leave her job, but Robinson assured Reese that she would "have a seat for you."  

As seen by Ogwumike's spectacular climb, Reese would not need to wait until after her WNBA career  

This offseason, the Los Angeles Sparks player landed a lucrative side position as an ESPN analyst.  

Aliyah Boston, a more recent No. 1 choice, contributed to ESPN's NCAA tournament coverage after finishing her first season with the Indiana Fever.  


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