Tina Charles is on a tear. The 6’4 big is thriving in her first year in Washington scoring at a more prolific and efficient clip than ever, spreading the floor like never before, and giving D.C. fans hope that the team’s 2019 championship run was just a taste of what’s to come.
When Washington traded for Charles in 2020, she was coming off the worst season of her storied career. She shot a career-low 38.9 percent from the field to score 16.9 points per game, which was her lowest average since her rookie season. After one season off due to Covid-19, she’s bounced back and then some. Read More