I don’t think it’s too likely, to be honest. Maybe she’ll get a camp invite, but there will only be one guard spot open next year (vacated by Whalen). If the Lynx pick a guard at #6, Wagner definitely won’t make the team (unless there’s a surprise retirement by Augustus or Wright), no matter how improved she might be. If the Lynx don’t draft a guard at #6 (which is my hope since they really need post players), then they’ll draft at least one guard with the #16, #18, and #20 picks. That’s a good area for Kenisha Bell to get drafted, and I suspect Reeve has fallen in love with her, watching her as a season ticket holder for the last couple of years.She may still come back.
Yeah, I see what you mean. I think they're in 2nd-to-last place or something like that. I think the Spanish league is just way spreadout in terms of talent. Turns out Carlie is one of the leaders of her team (at least until recently), but just not enough other pieces for the team to win against the leading Spanish teams. The American post player Chelsea Nelson is contributing too. And on any given game, one or more local players contribute - but very inconsistent who else contributes and how much. Pretty much, Carlie is the closest thing to a superstar that they have - and I'm not sure that the coaches are utilizing her as effectively as they could be. There might be some differences between Euro-style play and Gopher-style play that we just don't understand.I don’t think Spain has been experience Wagner was hoping for, at least basketball-wise.
In this game, her team is down 32-2 after the first quarter. She’s being benched often, but I can’t say it’s all her fault. But the Americans are supposed to be the saviors to these overseas clubs. It’s just a bad team all-around.
I don’t think Spain has been experience Wagner was hoping for, at least basketball-wise. ... She’s being benched often, but I can’t say it’s all her fault. But the Americans are supposed to be the saviors to these overseas clubs. It’s just a bad team all-around.
She did suffer an injury.
I saw this too, and it's only speculation what the situation is, but I think it might be a combination of the caliber of basketball (on her team at least) not quite being up to expectation, plus maybe the knee injury is a nagging injury causing ongoing pain, albeit not an ACL or something more serious. Perhaps she reasons that she already achieved whatever she could get out of the Spanish experiment, so why take the risk of further aggravating her knee injury with not much to gain.Looks like Wagner is not returning to Zamarat.
Carlie Wagner will not continue at El Pastor Cheese. As he has been able to know this means, the American escort has not returned after the break of this weekend and will leave the club after just one month of competition.
The reasons for Wagner's departure have not yet officially transcended, although everything points to his problems in the patellar tendon could be at the origin of this decline. ...
Well, that's probably a wrong conclusion that it's actually a Gophers team doctor that she saw. The quote says ...Why would it be Gophers physicians? Where you seeing that?