Sue Bird talks 2021 Olympics, not having a hoop and winning Instagram with Megan Rapinoe | The Jump

Seattle Storm, Team USA and UConn Huskies legend Sue Bird joins Rachel Nichols to talk about her Instagram videos with USWNT star Megan Rapinoe, not being with a hoop but doing ballhandling with the Homecourt app, whether she’ll play at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, and more.
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