- she will receive over $45,000 in aid from Baylor over the next year, with almost zero expenses.
- on the WNBA rookie wage scale she would make less than $40,000 and then have to pay taxes etc out of that.
-after her first 2 years, she's be capped at $95,000 a year until she retires or the league folds.
- the WNBA retirement plan sucks compared to mens'. It's a 401K with 25% matched.
In sum, the only intelligent choice is to stay in school and get a degree, because you won't be retiring off of hoops coin, and in the instance of Baylor, you're losing money any year you skip when you look at value.
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