Alexa Franchesca

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Alexa Franchesca
(Black Panther, F/G)
ID# 1034
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No. 90 – Seattle Summit
Position Swingfur
Species Black Panther ( Felidae )
Gender Female
Personal information
Born 3/13/1999
New Orleans, LA, USA
Nationality American
Listed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)
Listed weight 200 lb (91 kg)
Shoots Left
Career information
School Los Angelos South College
FBA draft 2018 / Round: 1 / Pick: 15th overall
Selected by the Huntsville Mayors
Pro playing career 2018–present
Career history
2018-2019 Tennessee Moonshiners
2019-2020 Williamsburg Minutemen
2020-present Seattle Summit
Career highlights and awards
  • FBA Rookie All-Star (2019)
Contract information
Contract year 2022
2023 Salary $3 million
2024 Salary $4 million
2025 Salary $5 million
Player Contacts
(IC) Agent Unknown
(OOC) Creator Wolfnumber9
(OOC) Actor Unknown
(OOC) Usage Ask me before any use


Alexa’s story is not one of great success. There are no awards on her wall, our medals around her neck. She prefers her bead neckless. But there was still one success that drew eyes on her for the FBA draft. Alexa Bee Franchesca was born in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her mother Eliza worked as hair dresser while her father Carter worked as a musician at a local night club. Money was tight, but their only daughter was able to go to a good school and excelled at math. Always an A on her math grade. Thus, her parents felt very strong about her becoming a teacher or mathematician.

But in 2005, Katrina hit. Millions of families were affected and Alexa’s family was one of the many to loose their homes. With the floods hitting so fast, the Franchesca family were forced to move in with Eliza’s mother, Annabelle, in Compton, Los Angelos. Compton was a big change for Alexa. Math was still her strong subject, but she was quickly labeled as a tall, scrawny nerd, always alone with her books. Then, she approached the park basketball court, near her house and was only picked for her height. But Alexa had her secrets. She’s been watching the same kids play on the court all year. Their moves were all too predictable. She won by only shooting layups and stealing the ball all to easy. And that started the fire. Alexa studied the sport like it was a test. Watching FBA games, working on her on shot, which was a weird “shoulder shot” that worked well mid-range, and jogging to school.

Still, her first challenge was convincing her parents to let her make the school team. Years of rejection finally broke when they saw the joy in her eyes. In her first year of high school, they agreed to let her join the team as long as her grades were good, they obviously were. High school basketball really let Alexa blossom as a person. She wasn’t tough, or fast, or a flashy dunker, but she play with a fundamental mind and a whole bag of tricks. Her look changed drastically as she died her braided hair purple, switched her clothes from skirts to shorts, and dresses to tank tops, and finally her eyes improved enough to loose her glasses. Alexa was her new self, Her true self. A 6’7” forward/ guard who could out-smart you in the class and on the court, but college was where she finally made her mark.

It was her first year at Los Angelos South College and this school was never known for sports. Their last and only trophy was back in the 1900’s, but Alexa had her goals set high. This was her year, she was going to put her name in the FBA draft... but her school was a nobody. She needed to change that. Going 0-5 to start the season, the rookie quickly became the captain of a team no one knew about. She helped draw up their plays, became and excellent coach on the floor and even averaged a solid triple double with 20 points, 10 steals, and 10 assist. Alexa made the news, and the team made their first playoffs after so many years! But...They lost in the first round. Alexa was devastated, to the point where she almost gave up, but she then received support in the most unlikely place. Her parents. They told her the age old words to just follow your heart. With that, Alexa “The Rasta” Bee Franchesca, placed her name in the draft.

Personal Life

At the very start of her rookie year, Alexa’s relationship with her father quickly went down a dark path. After not showing up when she got drafted and continuously telling Alexa that she will fail and come crawling back home, Alexa decided to never speak to him again and lash out at him on Twitter, leaving only her mother and her grandmother to talk to. Thankfully, along with making great friends with fellow rookies, Lisa Belle DuPont, Nigel Conway, and Terry O’Toole, Alexa also made great friends with Mariam V. Walstein and even trained with her before the draft. Alexa returned the favor by tutoring Mariam’s younger relatives in math. Their friendship also lead to Mariam letting Alexa rent-to-own her house in Tennessee when Alexa was traded to the Tennessee Moonshiners.

As the season went on, Alexa’s was struggling to find her own style of play, leading to some really good games and some really bad ones. As an answer to her problems, Alexa was approached by a black cat with a prosthetic leg. Her name was, Vanessa Harden and she already had her own basketball clinic and agreed to train Alexa for little pay. She is brutal with her drills and her honesty, but is slowly helping Alexa find her play style. Around the same time, Alexa joined Mariam in celebrating Chanukah with the Walstein family. This is where Alexa met Mariam’s brother, a 6’11”, asiatic lion named Judah Walstein. The two shared so much in common and officially started dating in January 2019.