Sue Bird Bio, Age, Wife, Education, Career, Net worth.

Sue Bird
Sue Bird

Biography of Sue Bird

Sue Bird is a former professional basketball player from America currently played for WBC Spartak Moscow an international team and also a member of Seattle Storm.

Sue Bird Wikipedia

Real name: Suzanne Brigit Bird

Birthday: October 16

Year of birth: 1980

Age: 43 years

Birthplace: Syosset in New York City, United States

Religion: Christian

Nationality: American


Father’s Name: Herschel Bird

Mother’s Name: Nancy Bird

Height: 5 feet 9 inches (175 cm)


Profession: WNBA Basketball Player

Marital Status: Married

Patrner: Megan Rapinoe

Sue Bird age

Bird was born on October 16th 1980 in Syosset in New York City, she is 43 years old.

Sue Bird family

Her parents are Harschel Bird and Nancy Bird. She also has a sister named Jen.

Sue Bird Education

Bird attended Syosset High School and then transferred to Christ the King Regional High School. It’s not clear of she attended any higher learning.

Sue Bird Career stats

Bird’s career began when he was still in High School where she did her Freshman and Sophmore career in Christ the King where he played for two seasons and in the second season her team won the New York State Championship followed by a national title. While in high school Bird was awarded severally like the WBCA All- American and New York State Player of the year. She also took part in the WBCA All-American Game and recorded 11points.

WNBA Draft

During the 2002 WNBA Draft, Bird was selected by the Seattle Storm with the first overall pick. She managed to start 32games in her rookie season and recorded an average of 14.4 ppg with the Storm. Sue also took part in the 2002 WNBA Western Conference All-Star team and she was at the start of the game.

She was also in the run for the 2002 Rookie of the Year Award. Sue also appeared in the Storm Playoff. In 2004 she gave a hand to the Storm to the victory of their first WNBA Championship and they won a gold medal. Her record now reads two WNBA Championships and two NCAA Championship which came after a match of victory in 2010 against the Atlanta Dream for the 2010 WNBA Championship.

Jones Cup Team

In her International career Bird was a member of the team that represented 2000 Jones Cup Team against the USA Basketball and won a gold medal. During the 2003-2004 Bird earned the United States 2004 Womens Olympic Basketball Team’s roster.

Dynamo Moscow

In the following season in the WNBA off season she played for Dynamo Moscow in Russia. In the 2005-2006 off season of the WNBA she again played for the Moscow and she managed to get the team to the Russian Championship followed by the Euroleague Women’s playoffs.

Spartak Moscow

During the 2006-2007 she joined his fellow player from Storm to play for Spartak Moscow in Russia and they were able to carry the day of both the Euro league Championships and the Russian Super League Championship.

Back to his team they played and won the gold medal in Beijing in China. In 2009 Bird was invited to play for the USA Basketball National Team training camp. They played the 2010 FIBA World Championship where the 2012 Olympics team normally come from. They would later travel to Ekaterinburg in Russia they were going to meet Ekaterinburg International Invitational in the 2009 UNNC.

 She was among the players who represented the USA Basketball team during the USA Basketball I’m of the WNBA Versus. The team that she helped won the 2010 FIBA World Championship gold medal.

In 2015 she recorded 2000 assists, 5000 points and she reached the record in August in New York. The following year she was named to be among the top 20 greatest players in the WNBA History and this took place during the 20th anniversary celebration of the league.

In 2017 she was named the Seattle’s all-time leader in the field goals. The following year, 2018 July she scored her season high of 2q points in a match they won against the Washington Mystics. In August she became the Vice president of WNBA Union.

Sue Bird Injury

She didn’t make it in 2019 due to a knee injury for she had to undergo surgery. The 2020 season was shortened to 22 games, and she only played half of the season games and also won her fourth Championship in WNBA

She signed a one-year contract with the Storm and played the 18th game of the season and she appeared in the sixth position in the WNBA scoring list by the 25th game of the season they named her the W25 of the greatest 25 players since the beginning of WNBA league official list.

Sue Bird Retirement

In 2022 June the information had it that Bird was to retire from the WNBA which was following the 2022 season.

Sue Bird net worth

Her net worth is estimated to be at around $5.3 million