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Topic - Lisa Leslie
Katie Smith got a walking cane from her New York Liberty teammates last week as a birthday present. She's still many years away from needing it.
It's a good thing for the U.S. women's basketball players that they weren't near a television set at halftime of their semifinal game against Australia on Thursday.
Lisa Leslie, Cynthia Cooper and Diana Taurasi lead the list selected as the WNBA's Top 15 players of all time.
Lisa Leslie remembers her surprise at the big arenas and luxurious locker rooms. Rebecca Lobo, Penny Toler and Teresa Weatherspoon recall the excitement of finally getting to play before family and friends. For everyone involved in the WNBA's first game in 1997, there was also plenty of nervousness to go around.
Lisa Leslie remembers her surprise at the big arenas and luxurious locker rooms. Penny Toler and Teresa Weatherspoon recall the excitement of finally getting to play before family and friends. For everyone involved in the WNBA's first game in 1997, there was also plenty of nervousness to go around.
DeLisha Milton-Jones is married to a basketball player. So is her husband, Roland Jones. She is playing right now, he is not, and overall she is far more accomplished on the court. It is, to say the least, an interesting partnership.
"I'm so excited about this year, so excited about playing and helping this team any way I can," she said. "(But) I think I'm ready to move and transition to the next and finish grad school. I would like to coach. ... I'm ready to let this part go and be done, close this chapter and move on to the next."
It is "the thing I fear most," she said.