"There have been a lot of things that happened on her watch and she did a great job guiding the league through them," Connecticut Sun President and CEO Mitchell Etess said. "Based on the position of the league now, it's a much more desirable job than it has been previously. The league's in a great place, better off than it was five years ago."
"We have to take care of their tribe membership and the benefits they are able to get, and they are not shrinking," said Mitchell Etess, CEO of the Mohegan Tribal Gaming Authority. "If you just were to stay here, you would not have an increasing amount of revenue."