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Topic - Michael Cooper
Cooper won five NBA titles as a shooting guard with the Los Angeles Lakers during the "Showtime" era from 1978-90. As a coach, he won two WNBA titles with the Los Angeles Sparks and one NBA Development League championships with Albuquerque.
Forget comparing LeBron James to NBA greats like Magic Johnson and Larry Bird - at least until he learns to make his teammates better, so says former NBA star Michael Cooper.
Erika de Souza and rookie Shoni Schimmel lifted the Atlanta Dream past the San Antonio Stars.
The Atlanta Dream know the path to the WNBA finals. They've played - and lost - in three of the past four championship rounds.
Cooper used to stress that defensive plays often determined close games.
"There were some things I felt I could have changed to make him even better, and I did," he said. "Of all the portraits on the wall, I think he turned out the best. I am really proud of it."