(March 6, 1969- )
Born in Orlando, Florida
Attended the University of Georgia and the University of Central Florida
Drafted 8th overall by the Orlando Miracle in the 1999 WNBA Draft
Power forward for the Orlando Miracle (1999), New York Liberty (2000-2004) and the Houston Comets (2005-2007)
WNBA Most Improved Player (2000)
Four time WNBA All-Star (2000-2003)
Won a Gold Medal in the Basketball World Championship (2002)
Why she might be annoying
She used to have her hair in dreadlocks.
She was traded to the Liberty after being drafted by the Portland Fire in the WNBA Expansion Draft.
She committed 648 personal fouls in her WNBA career.
Despite posting 24 points and 15 rebounds in Game 1 of the 2000 WNBA Finals, the Liberty were swept by the Comets.
Why she might not be annoying
She helped the University of Georgia reach the NCAA regional finals twice (1987-1988).
She played for her hometown team during her rookie season.
She was first winner of the WNBA Most Improved Player Award.
Before she played against the Washington Mystics in a WNBA Eastern Conference Semifinals game, she sang the U.S. national anthem (August 14, 2000).
She held the Liberty record for points in one playoff game with 24 for a decade until Cappie Pondexter surpassed it with 28 in 2010.
She is a cousin of U.S. Olympic medalist volleyball player Tayyiba Haneef-Park.
Credit: Neo NX2004
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