| Date of Birth : Oct 16th, 1980
| Age : 40 Years old
Net worth and Salary of Sue Bird
According to some wiki sites, Sue Bird salary is estimated to be $350000 annually while Bird has net worth of$5million USD. Sue Bird signed a multi – year contract with Seattle Storm. Exact terms of agreement has not yet been disclosed. The talent in Sue was discovered by Seattle Storm itself back in 2002 which was when she was given an opportunity to play in 2002 WNBA from Seattle Storm. She was the key player to help Seattle Storm win WNBA Championship. She also received her earnings by working for ESPN during her off season where she took interviews with other players.
Rio Olympics 2016
Sue Bird is played for women's basketball in the Rio Olympics representing the United States. To talk about the Team U.S, they seem to be getting fierce with every victory they get their hands on.
However, for Sue Bird and the rest of the team, there was a moment of dread when Sue Bird went down in the second quarter because of a knee injury when playing against U.S Vs Japan game. But at last, the game was in favor of U.S.
On Saturday, the U.S made their way past France and played the Gold medal game against Spain. As everybody hoped, they returned with a gold medal. This gold medal is the fourth. Sue Bird has won with Diana Taurasi and Tamika Catchings.
Sue Bird again grasped the All-WNBA first team honors in a huge gap of 11 years, in October. Previously, from 2002-2005 she was selected All-WNBA first for four straight consecutive years. Sue got the first place with 39 first-place votes and 195 points from the media panel this year.
Height and Weight
Sue Bird height is 5 feet 9 inches which is 175 cm. She is known to have weight of 68kg. As an athlete, she keeps her body fit and maintains her body shape well. Her shoe size is 9.5 as per US measurement.
Sue Bird was born in Syosset, New York on October 16, 1980. She is a Jewish by religion. She completed her high school in Syosset High School. Here she also played her freshman and sophomore years.
Then, she joined Boston College for further studies and competitions. Sue Bird is one of 9 women to win an Olympic Gold Medal, a NCAA Championship and a WNBA Championship. She was voted in by fans as one of the WNBA's Top 15 Players of All Time in 2011. Currently, Sue Bird is focused about the upcoming 2016 Summer Olympics. Here she will represent U.S alongside Breanna Stewart as a part of the USA Basketball.