These Images of the WNBA's Pride Parade Float Are Giving Us Hope
The WNBA broke boundaries at the New York City Pride Parade.
This article first appeared on WNBA.com.
The WNBA made history alongside the NBA on Sunday as the first professional sports leagues to march in and hold a float in the New York City Pride Parade.
WNBA president Lisa Borders joined NBA commissioner Adam Silver and deputy commissioner Mark Tatum taking part in the festivities, which capped Pride Month across the league.
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Recap the sights and sounds from the Big Apple:
NBA/WNBA - FIRST professional league to march & have a float in PRIDE Parade, NYC!!— Lisa Borders (@WNBAPrez) June 26, 2016
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