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Topic - Ticha Penicheiro
Courtney Vandersloot scored 20 points to help the Chicago Sky beat the Washington Mystics 77-58 on Saturday night, handing the last-place Mystics their 13th straight loss.
Ticha Penicheiro looked around at the start of training camp for the Los Angeles Sparks and noticed a huge difference.
"I only played here this year, but the way the fans embraced my retirement made me feel really humble," Penicheiro said. "Everyone worked really hard to make it all right, and to see me off in a good way. It was an amazing ceremony. I was trying not to cry. ... I don't think it has truly hit me yet. It feels like this has been a dream and not really happening."
"Sometimes we have some combinations on the court and I'm like, 'Wow.'