|Natasha Howard Quick Info|
|Height||6 ft 2 in|
|Date of Birth||September 2, 1991|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Natasha Howard is a professional American basketball player who plays power forward for the Seattle Storm of the Women’s National Basketball Association. Other than that, she is notably known for being a 2-time Women’s National Basketball Association champion.
Toledo, Ohio, United States
Natasha completed her studies from Waite High School in Toledo, Ohio. After that, she graduated with a major in Social Sciences while attending Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida.
Professional Basketball Player
- Father – Howard Hicks (Basketball Coach)
- Others – Greg Howard (Paternal Uncle)
As a member of Seattle Storm, she is represented by Alisha Valavanis.
6 ft 2 in or 188 cm
72 kg or 158.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Natasha has dated –
- Jacqueline Howard – In 2019, her wife Jacqueline had publicly accused her of domestic abuse. However, Natasha dismissed the accusations as false and instead stated that Jacqueline had stabbed her in 2016 and also unfaithfully transferred US $ 600,000 in the past.
Race / Ethnicity
- Afro hairstyle
- Bulbous nose
- Tall physical appearance
Natasha Howard Favorite Things
- Food – Pasta
- Music Genre – Hip Hop, R&B
Natasha Howard Facts
- She was brought up in Ohio.
- It was her father Howard and uncle Greg who encouraged her to join the Waite High School’s basketball team. At the time, her father was one of the school team coaches. She was also ranked at #2 place as a part of the 2010 signing class by HoopGurlz.
- Natasha played her first professional basketball match in 2014 for Indiana Fever.
- She had developed a passion for sports at a very early age. She enjoyed hill-climbing, lifting weights, ball-handling, and shooting drills.
- Natasha considers Golden State star Kevin Durant to be her role model.
- She was named the “2019 WNBA Defensive Player of the Year”.
- Natasha finished 6th in the NCAA for field goal percentage while playing college basketball for Florida State University.
- She was crowned WNBA champion twice in 2017 and 2018.
- In the past, she was titled the MVP of the McDonald’s All-America basketball game.
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