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Every once in awhile, professional and parental achievements become inextricably linked.That happened last April when Bubba Watson won the Masters Tournament just 13 days after he and his wife, Angie, had adopted their 1-month-old son, Caleb.
After two single-digit win seasons, the Washington Mystics have fired coach-general manager Trudi Lacey. In her two seasons at the helm, Lacey went 11-57. Lacey was named coach and general manager in November of 2010, after spending the two previous years as an assistant coach.
Albert Lee, a five-year Washington Mystics season ticket holder, was on the fence about renewing his seats. Once he heard the team had fired coach and general manager Trudi Lacey on Monday, he made his decision.
Crystal Langhorne knows what it's like to win a gold medal. In fact, the Washington Mystics forward has two.
The two coaches stalked up and down the sideline in Game 1 of the WNBA finals, barking out instructions to players, snapping at officials and calling the shots at the game's most crucial moments.
Tree Rollins knows now isn"t the time to gloat. The Washington Mystics are on a four game-winning streak, but five regular season games are left.