Basketball Player: Sue Bird Lesbian/Gay Rumors: Is It True? Secretly Married Or Dating With a Boyfriend?
Quick Fact Check
- Date of Birth 1980-10-16
- Age 38 Years 5 Month(s)
- Nationality Israeli
- Birth Place New York City, NY
- Profession Basketball Player
- Birth Name Suzanne Brigit Bird
- Zodiac Sign Libra
- Religion Jewish
- Ethnicity/Race White
- Father Herschel Bird
- Mother Nancy Bird
- Sister/s Jen Bird
- Relationship Status Dating
- Divorce/Split Not Yet
- Partner Megan Rapinoe(2016)
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
- Awards WNBA's Top 15 Players of All Time(2011)
- Career 2002-present
- High School Syosset High School
- College Boston College
- Height/ How Tall? 5 Feet 9 Inches (1.75 Meters)
- Weight 68 Kg
- Feet (Shoe) Size 9.5 US
- Hair Long
- Hair Color Dark Brown
- Eye Color Dark Brown
- Body Measurements 34-24-34 Inches
- Facebook facebook.com/suebird
- Twitter twitter.com/s10bird
- Instagram instagram.com/sbird10
- Lesbian Yes
Who is the first person that comes to your mind when you think of the players playing for Seatle Storm? We think of Sue Bird. Being a popular name in the sports field, she has gathered herself fair amount of attention. These days, rumors about Sue being a lesbian is firing up the media.
This hiding nature of Sue brought her questions about her sexual orientation and rumors of her being lesbian. Being a female basketball player her posts on Social Medias with girls are more than boys and this may be also the reason of the rumors.
Sue Bird is a well-known athlete player who has successfully won the hearts of people by the skills she acquires in the ground.
Everybody is curious to know about her current relationship, sources near her are not able to reveal about her personal life. Till this date, Sue has not revealed anything about her relationships, private affairs, boyfriends, husbands or kids in any type of interviews or in any of her social accounts.
She is very low in profile while talking about personal life and is quite smart in hiding her personal details which might have given critics the idea of labeling her as a lesbian.
Right now she seems to be kind of ignoring her fans and followers in the process of avoiding these rumors. Although her bio states that she is a girl but she herself hasn’t revealed her sexual orientation publically.
However, there is a rumor in the air about her sexuality. Once she reposted the photo on Instagram where Nate Robinson wrote ‘Most WNBA players are ugly lesbians’. Don’t know what she wanted to say or what the re-post meant. Was she offended by it? Or was she supporting it? Only she has the idea of it.
According to the information, she does not have a husband so divorce is out of context. However, in 2002, there were heavy talks that Sue Bird was dating the one of the Backstreet Boys singer Nick Carter. The News Started flying around after Sue and Carter were seen together in the EPSY award function.
Later Sue clarified that there was nothing as romantic between them and said the reason why they were together in the award function was a publicity stunt arranged by their mutual agent.
Caption: Sue Bird and Nick Carter arrive together at the ESPY Awards.
It's sad they didn't date because look for yourself, don't they look beautiful?
Despite all the rumors, a source proclaims that Sue Bird has an ideal image of a husband in her mind. She said that she prefers her husband to be the sort of man who is self-assured, broadminded and doesn’t take himself seriously. We wish she gets married to a man who comes out as she wants.
Well, at this current time no one knows what exactly her sexual preference is or her plans about getting married but we are sure when the right time comes, things will come out on their own and we will make sure you know about everything related to her personal life.
She is currently busy with her career and is focused in the upcoming 2016 summer Olympic where she will represent U.S and is all ready for a match to happen between the United States and Senegal today at 8:45 PM and all the fans are counting on in the Rio 2016 summer Olympics is the duo of Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi. We hope everything goes well and Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi return victorious.
Rio Olympics 2016:
Sue Bird who is now playing women's basketball in the Rio Olympics representing the United States. To talk about the Team U.S, they seem to be getting ferocious with every victory they get their hands on.
However, for Sue Bird and the rest of the team, there was a moment of panic when Bird went down in the second quarter because of a knee injury when playing against U.S Vs Japan game but at last, the game was in favor of U.S.
On Wednesday, Sue Bird was given the good news that the injury was not a serious one and was only a knee capsule sprain and she will be good to go pretty soon.
The U.S made their way past France and played the Gold medal game against Spain on Saturday and as everybody hoped, they returned with a gold medal. This gold medal is the fourth that Sue Bird has won with Diana Taurasi and Tamika Catchings.
In October, Sue Bird again grasped the All-WNBA first team honors in a huge gap of 11 years. Previously, she was selected All-WNBA first for four straight consecutive years from 2002 to 2005. This year, Sue got the first place with 39 first-place votes and 195 points from the media panel. Like that, Tina Charles was second with 38 votes and 193 points. On the other hand, Breanna Stewart and Jewell Loyd were voted All-WNBA second team.
Sue Bird's Short Bio:
Sue Bird was born on October 16, 1980, in Syosset, New York. She finished her high school in Syosset High School where she also played her freshman and sophomore years.
Later, she joined Boston College for further studies and competitions. She is one of 9 women to win an Olympic Gold Medal, a NCAA Championship, and a WNBA Championship.
In 2011, she was voted in by fans as one of the WNBA's Top 15 Players of All Time. Meanwhile, she is busy with her 'Gold Coast Sports Academy' to help others take their game to the next level.
Currently, Sue Bird is focused about the upcoming 2016, Summer Olympics where she will represent U.S alongside Breanna Stewart as a part of the USA Basketball.