13 Facts About Alexis Hornbuckle


Alexis Kay'ree Hornbuckle was born on October 16,1985 and is an American professional basketball player who played several seasons in the Women's National Basketball Association.


Alexis Hornbuckle is the only player to win an NCAA title and WNBA title in the same year.


Alexis Hornbuckle participated in the 2004 WBCA High School All-America Game, where she scored eight points, and earned MVP honors.


Alexis Hornbuckle was a key player for two NCAA Championship teams during her tenure, earning places on the 2007 All-SEC First Team, 2007 SEC All-Tournament Team and 2005 All-SEC Freshmen Team.


Alexis Hornbuckle currently holds the mark for most career steals by a Tennessee Women's player.


Alexis Hornbuckle played for the USA team in the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


Alexis Hornbuckle was drafted 4th overall by the Detroit Shock in 2008.


Alexis Hornbuckle averaged 5.4 points per game during the Shock's run to the 2008 WNBA title.


Alexis Hornbuckle became a starter in 2009, and moved with the franchise to Tulsa in 2010.


Alexis Hornbuckle was traded to the Minnesota Lynx halfway through the season, where she served as a backup to starting point guard Lindsay Whalen.


Alexis Hornbuckle was acquired by the Phoenix Mercury on February 2,2012 and played for them for the 2012 and 2013 seasons.


Alexis Hornbuckle has interviewed many athletes and influencers such as former Tennessee Lady Vol basketball players Chamique Holdsclaw and Brittany Jackson.


Alexis Hornbuckle has hosted other podcasts on the Volunteer Roadshow with former University of Tennessee football star player Billy Ratliff and former University of Tennessee men's basketball and NBA star player Jarnell Stokes.