Megan's NBA Snaps In Memphis

Doubles specialist and aspiring photographer Megan Moulton-Levy hit the basketball court in Memphis recently to try her hand at shooting a Memphis Grizzlies NBA game. Check out the pics!

Published March 10, 2013 12:00

Megan's NBA Snaps In Memphis
Megan Moulton-Levy

MEMPHIS, TN, USA - Over the last several months WTA doubles specialist Megan Moulton-Levy has been sharing her love of photography with us, from on-court pictures to off-court snaps. Now she shares a different kind of on-court shot with us - from a Memphis Grizzlies NBA game in Memphis.

Moulton-Levy, who has been shadowing photographers on the WTA circuit over the last several months, headed to the NBA game during the US National Indoor Tennis Championships recently, and this was her first chance to shoot something besides tennis. The American loved the opportunity.

"Last night was a once in a lifetime experience," Moulton-Levy said. "Getting to shadow the best sports photographers while shooting some of the world's best athletes - who are five times my size, by the way - is something I will always remember! I certainly have a new appreciation for the speed of basketball. I don't understand basketball like I do tennis, so it took me a while to find my mojo."

Click here or on the image below to see some of Moulton-Levy's photos from the game!

Megan Moulton-Levy

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