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Topic - Tina Charles
Tina Charles just wanted to come home and play alongside Cappie Pondexter at Madison Square Garden.
It was a busy draft night for the Connecticut Sun.
Tina Charles didn't want to play in Connecticut anymore, so the Sun got what they could for the 2012 league MVP.
Coach Geno Auriemma is looking for little ways to improve an already dominant U.S.women's basketball team.
The Connecticut Sun honored their two Olympians, Asjha Jones and Tina Charles, after Wednesday night's final home game before the London Games.
Connecticut's Tina Charles lost her triple-double on Wednesday when the WNBA determined she incorrectly received three assists in a game against Indiana last week.
Tina Charles had no idea that it was such a historic night for some of her Connecticut Sun teammates Saturday until she overheard reporters talking in the locker room.
Phoenix's Diana Taurasi, Seattle's Sue Bird and Indiana's Tamika Catchings were voted as starters for the WNBA All-Star game again.
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma hoped for a little more fight from Lorin Dixon during her four years at UConn.
Connecticut center Stefanie Dolson is getting used to big expectations.
Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma says the 80-game winning streak belongs not to his current crop of players, but those who wore the uniform during the past two championship seasons.
Maya Moore has been a leader at UConn since stepping on the basketball court as a freshman.
Connecticut's Tina Charles has won the WNBA's Rookie of the Year award, months after she was honored as the women's college player of the year.
"The opportunity to be in New York is a dream come true," said Charles in a conference call Tuesday. "My mom always took me to the Liberty games, I'd see Rebecca Lobo, Becky Hammon, (Teresa) Weatherspoon before games. This is a big dream to play at the Garden."
"New York doesn't have any patience and neither do I," Charles said.