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Lindsay Whalen
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Basketball Player
    (May 9, 1982- )
    Born in Hutchinson, Minnesota
    Attended the University of Minnesota
    Drafted 4th overall by the Connecticut Sun in the 2004 WNBA Draft
    Point guard for the Connecticut Sun (2004-2009) and the Minnesota Lynx (2010- )
    Three WNBA All-Star selections (2004, 2006, 2010)
    Before she joined the Lynx in 2010, the team made a failed attempt to draft her in the 2004 WNBA Draft.
    She recorded 94 turnovers in her WNBA rookie season.
    She is the oldest out of five kids.
    She was a member of two WNBA Finals losing Sun teams in her first two consecutive years of her WNBA playing career.
    The Sun won Game 2 of the 2005 WNBA Finals while she was sidelined with an injured ankle.
    She graduated from the University of Minnesota as the school's all-time women's basketball leading scorer.
    She has a degree in sports management.
    During the 2004 WNBA playoffs, she posted a record by making 11 free throws.
    The University of Minnesota retired her number 13 jersey.
    She established several Sun franchise assist records.
    She beat Johan Santana and Kevin Garnett as she went on to become the first female athlete to win the Minneapolis Star Tribune Sportsperson of the Year Award (2004).

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