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Jo Leedham-Warner is venturing into coaching following retirement after joining Saint Peter's as an assistant coach.
For episode 109 of the Hoopsfix Podcast, we do a special with British basketball legend Jo Leedham-Warner, who has announced her retirement from playing professional...
Jo Leedham-Warner has officially retired from professional basketball at the age of 34, she has announced today on her social media. After an undefeated season...
Jo Leedham-Warner has been confirmed as the WBBL MVP for the 2021-22 season after a stellar first year in the league with London Lions.
London Lions are the only franchise with two representatives in the 2021-22 Molten WBBL Team of the Year, voted for by WBBL Head Coaches, as...
London Lions dominate the WBBL's official British Team of the Year with four players as voted by the league's coaches.
Geno Crandall and Jo Leedham-Warner have both earned the top honour of Player of the Year in the annual Basketball Journalists Association (BJA) awards.
Take a look back on the top 10 plays from Week 25 of action – BBL & WBBL Trophy weekend, led by Jo Leedham-Warner’s insane...
Jo Leedham-Warner faces a reunion with former side Bourges as London Lions continue their remarkable EuroCup journey in the playoffs.
Check out Jo Leedham-Warner firing in 27 points to help lead London Lions into the WBBL Cup final for the first time. The GB legend...