Angel Reese, the star player for LSU women’s basketball, is now suspended. During her prolonged and rather enigmatic ban, she took to social media to share a moment of introspection. Head coach Kim Mulkey has not revealed the specifics of her suspension; following a recent game, she confirmed the suspension but did not give any explanation.

Although Coach Mulkey has acknowledged that Angel Reese has been suspended, he has declined to provide specifics, saying, “You want me to explain why? It’s really clear. Angel did not appear. We’re hoping to see Angel soon because she plays for this basketball squad. I’m going to stop responding now. All of you need to know is that.”

She is the daughter of Angel Webb.

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Who is Angel Webb?

Former basketball player Angel Webb rose to prominence in the 1980s and 1990s at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) thanks to her outstanding collegiate career. In 2015, she was inducted into the UMBC Athletics Hall of Fame for her outstanding achievements in the sport, and her jersey number 10 was retired. Webb spent a year as a professional player in Luxembourg as well.

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In addition to her accomplishments, Webb is the mother of Angel Reese, a well-known LSU Lady Tigers player. She has been a steadfast supporter of her daughter’s basketball career and has been essential to Angel’s growth as a player. Webb taught Angel the fundamentals of basketball and instilled in her a passion for the game.

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Angel Reese credits her mother for inspiring and motivating her a lot. She looks up to Webb’s work ethic and wants to be just like her. Angel is appreciative of the steady support and direction she gets and is aware that her mother, Angel Webb, is a dependable person in both her life and her basketball career.