Port Wing's Gustafson arrives home from WNBA bubble

WDIO Sports
Updated: September 14, 2020 07:13 PM

On Monday Port Wing native Megan Gustafson flew into the Duluth airport after spending two months in Florida.


The Dallas Wing forward was greeted by her family and her dog Pancake upon her return from the WNBA bubble or 'wubble'. 

"It's been nothing but basketball every single day. It was obviously a crazy experience being in the bubble [and] being around so many different teams. We were all in one spot, which has never really happened before in the history of the WNBA. So it was really empowering to be around so many amazing people and I'm just thankful for the experience," said Gustafson.

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She closed out the shortened 2020 regular season scoring 14 points over nine games player. However it came to an end as the Wings fell short of the playoffs.

Now, Gustafson will have about ten days off before heading overseas to play in Poland.

She said she's excited for the new challenge, especially since she'll be reunited with former Iowa teammate Kathleen Doyle. 


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