“‘Coach, I’m old,’” she told Reeve, pushing for the team to draft Peters as a replacement and a protegee.
Her lobbying paid off.
“I can’t continue to play 36 minutes a game no matter how much I want to play,” McWilliams-Franklin said.
So they’ll enjoy her while they can this year and see how far they can go.
“They really enjoy coming here together and being a part of this, and that’s what makes us special,” Reeve said. “I hope that’s something we never lose. It gives you an edge.”
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