OUTSIDE THE PAINT

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  1. Bev says:

    These lady’s are awesome !! If the Charlotte Bobcats invested in a WNBA team I would gladly support them. One good thing about the lockout, is that is has given the WNBA a opportunity to shine. And shine they are!! These women aint’t no joke !! Oh, my goodness!! I use to play point guard in high school and would have loved to play in the WNBA, but it was still fomulating at that time. But it makes my heart proud to see these women playing some serious basketball. We need more WNBA local teams. Tell me what to do to support these women. I’m in!!

    Your Sister
    Beverly

  2. Kenny says:

    Congratulations Mika !!!!! You are simply the best.

    Kenny O.

  3. Alberto says:

    This is just a thought…and I hope I’m not offending the ladies of the WNBA, but the “Men’s style” uniforms are a turn-off to me, and they gotta go! Hey, I’m not saying to go by way of the “LFL” uniforms…that would be a bit much, but at least something more like the 70′s basketball uniforms (a little shorter). I’m sure I’m not the only guy (or Girl) who feels this way…those uniforms are just not right for women!

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