After getting a personalized present from Tom Brady, Kelsey Plum will “definitely” send the quarterback a WNBA jersey.

Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Kelsey Plum, a prominent player for the WNBA, promised to repay Tom Brady for being her “favorite athlete” just days after she gained notoriety for her outraged response to receiving a gift from him.

The day before the 2022 Commissioner’s Cup Championship, Plum said during a news conference, “I absolutely will be giving him a jersey back stating that he’s fantastic.

The Las Vegas Aces point guard was taken by surprise when the seven-time Super Bowl champion sent a box to her residence. Opening the box that included Brady’s autographed jersey and other memorabilia from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback, she uploaded a video of herself doing so.

#LFG @Kelseyplum10 ,” after it circulated on social media.

Tom Brady July 23, 2022 (@TomBrady) At the Chicago press conference on Tuesday, Plum stated, “It was a really amazing experience for me,” adding that the jersey is still “on my kitchen counter.”

She said, “I didn’t have time to frame it. “We have no life, as you can see from the WNBA calendar, so I’ll probably get to that someday. I’m not going to wear it at all. I intend to frame it.”

When Brady watched Plum’s Aces play the Connecticut Sun in a game at Michelob Ultra Arena in May, the two initially became acquainted. The 2022 WNBA All-Star Game MVP first intended to keep it cool, but she later admitted that after catching Brady’s eye, she “was like, ‘Screw it!'”

June 1, 2022 Putting aside the canine antics, Plum is having a good summer at work. She averages 5.3 assists per game and ranks second in the WNBA with 20.1 points per game. Las Vegas is the best team in the league, topping the Western Conference with a 20-8 record.

The Chicago Sky of Candace Parker will be the team that Plum and company will try to defeat in the second annual Commissioner’s Cup. With a $500,000 total prize pool up for grabs in the midseason tournament final, Plum will walk away from the event with an additional $30,000 if the Aces win on the road.

Maybe she’ll spend some of the money to get a frame for her most recent collectible.