‘Kiki’ Herbert Harrigan: Good Luck!

Having played 31 games and averaged 20.4 points and 5.8 rebounds across all competitions the 2023 WBBL Trophy Final MVP, ‘Kiki’ Herbert Harrigan, will now embark on her journey back to the WNBA, having signed a training camp contract with the Connecticut Sun. 

The London Lions basketball club would like to wish ‘Kiki’ Herbert Harrigan the best of luck and look forward to seeing her soon

2023 Betty Codona WBBL Trophy Final MVP

Whilst donning the white, black and red of the London Lions, the forward helped the club extend its historic WBBL unbeaten streak to 52 games and qualify for the FIBA EuroCup Women’s playoffs for the second straight season. 

“It was an absolute pleasure having Kiki this season and seeing her progression throughout the year after returning from giving birth to her son. It couldn’t have been easy being away from her family, and so we sincerely appreciate the sacrifices she made for the club. 
It was pure joy just watching her in practice and during the games as she made it look effortless. We’re all excited and happy for the opportunity she has with the Connecticut Sun, and the entire organisation is routing for her to make her mark in the WNBA.”

- Vanja Cernivec – London Lions General Manager

In January, the former South Carolina standout contributed 19 points, six steals, two blocks and two steals to the club's blowout win over the Riders to clinch the 2023 WBBL Cup title. Two months later, Harrigan buried three 3-pointers en route to 33 points, breaking the WBBL Trophy’s long-standing finals scoring record, to help London win the 2023 WBBL Trophy title.

Good Luck, Kiki!


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