Former WNBA player Candice Wiggins said the league has a "very, very harmful" bullying culture, and though league officials have yet to comment, coaches and players are weighing in.
In a San Diego Union-Tribune story on Wiggins — who played on four teams over an eight-year career — she claimed that "98 percent" of WNBA players are gay, many of whom harassed her for being heterosexual. She also called it a "depressing state" in the WNBA, a league which is "not watched."
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