New York Royalty

From embattled Brooklyn to the glory of the Garden, Epiphanny Prince is New York. The Liberty point guard is home for the first time in her WNBA career, running the court while quietly owning the streets. Equal to her career on the court is her charitable community work, particularly for impoverished inner-city kids. The Players’ Tribune documented Prince’s city life — rich with characters who were there before the lights — and the young ones inspired by her own shine.



Photographs by Annie Flanagan/The Players’ Tribune

Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib
NY Liberty versus theWashington Mystics on September 11, 2015 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Liberty lost 55 to 82.
NY Liberty versus theWashington Mystics on September 11, 2015 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The Liberty lost 55 to 82. / Annie Flanagan/The Players' Trib

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