By 2004, less than a decade old, the Women’s National Basketball Association had expanded from its original eight teams to thirteen, and more than ten million fans had attended its games. Despite this success, when Suzanne McClelland went looking for WNBA team jerseys at the NBA store on New York’s Fifth Avenue, she recalls, “The women’s jerseys were relegated to one messy circular display rack near the bathrooms in the basement . . . greatly reduced in price.” In Well Hung, with its sly, double-entendre title, she gives the garments a far more triumphant display.