We were never worried about the game or anything like that. We stayed calm.
I really wasn't thinking about it. I was thinking attack. I took off too far. I just missed a dunk.
She hit some big shots. It seems like she's confident in her shot now.
We were having fun just playing, moving the ball, running in transition, and that's when we were at our best.
Coach told me to dribble some time off, then we went into our isolation play. I knew they would not double down because of our outside shooters. I was taller so I just shot the ball over her.
It was just 1-on-1 with me and her, and I knew I had the height advantage over her, so I just took it and shot over her. Fortunately it went in.
She anchors our defense and our offense. She runs the show. We've held it down while she's gone, but that would be a huge boost.
I've only dunked in one game. I don't want that to be my identity. I want to be known for an all-around game.
It's a relief to finally do it and get it over with.
I just went up and did it. I didn't really think about it.
My whole career has been trying to please people in basketball. Now it's time to please myself.
My baby is the joy in my life.
For me, family has always come first.
My dad was my first coach and drove me extremely hard from a very young age.
The Sparks have always been committed to success and making the right moves to build upon their rich tradition in the WNBA.