WNBA great Maya Moore retires from basketball officially


              Maya Moore, left, and her husband, Jonathan Irons, answer questions and pose during an interview, Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, in New York. Moore has decided to retire officially from playing basketball. The Minnesota Lynx great stepped away from the WNBA in 2019 to help Irons win his release from prison by getting his 50-year sentence overturned in 2020. (AP Photo/David R. Martin)
            
              Maya Moore poses for a photo after an interview, Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, in New York. Moore has decided to retire officially from playing basketball. The Minnesota Lynx great stepped away from the WNBA in 2019 to help her now-husband Jonathan Irons win his release from prison by getting his 50-year sentence overturned in 2020. (AP Photo/David R. Martin)
            
              Maya Moore, left, and her husband, Jonathan Irons, answer questions and pose during an interview, Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, in New York. Moore has decided to retire officially from playing basketball. The Minnesota Lynx great stepped away from the WNBA in 2019 to help Irons win his release from prison by getting his 50-year sentence overturned in 2020. (AP Photo/David R. Martin)
            
              Maya Moore poses for a photo after an interview, Monday, Jan. 16, 2023, in New York. Moore has decided to retire officially from playing basketball. The Minnesota Lynx great stepped away from the WNBA in 2019 to help her now-husband Jonathan Irons win his release from prison by getting his 50-year sentence overturned in 2020. (AP Photo/David R. Martin)
            
              Connecticut's Maya Moore celebrates following the women's NCAA Final Four college basketball championship game against Stanford, April 6, 2010, in San Antonio. Moore has officially decided to retire from playing basketball, making her announcement on “Good Morning America” on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki)
            
              Minnesota Lynx first-round draft picks Maya Moore, left, and Amber Harris talk to reporters, April 12, 2011, in Minneapolis, the day after the WNBA basketball draft. Moore has officially decided to retire from playing basketball, making her announcement on “Good Morning America” on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023. (Jerry Holt/Star Tribune via AP, file)
            
              Maya Moore, AJC's Miss Basketball for our all-state basketball wrap-up. Moore has officially decided to retire from playing basketball, making her announcement on “Good Morning America” on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023. ( Joey Ivansco/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP, file)
            
              Minnesota Lynx's Maya Moore in action against the Seattle Storm in the first half of a WNBA basketball game, Sept. 10, 2013, in Seattle. Moore has officially decided to retire from playing basketball, making her announcement on “Good Morning America” on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)
WNBA great Maya Moore retires from basketball officially