NEW YORK, July 12 -- WNBA All-Star 2003 in New York City was so big they had to use the World's Most Famous Arena and one whole Manhattan city block. With the WNBA 35th Street Jam at Macy’s Herald Square and the game at Madison Square Garden, we saw that people loved to jam, to travel and Will Smith.

Former Liberty Forward Sue Wicks Answers Three Burning Questions:
Who's your favorite New Yorker of all time? "He's not a native New Yorker, but he's been here a while, Bill Bradley."
If you could hold the WNBA All-Star Game anywhere besides New York, where would you hold it? "New York is the best place to hold it, number one. The excitement in this city and this building today, I don't think you can get that anyplace else. I think San Antonio. They're a great new city that has shown a lot of support for the team. It would be a nice gift to put the game in San Antonio."
What is your ulitmate summertime song? "Will Smith, 'Summertime.'"

MC Lyte Rocks the Mic:
Hip hop pioneer and one of the greatest female MCs of all time, MC Lyte rocked the WNBA 35th Street Jam at Macy’s Herald Square. MC Lyte performed her hits "Lyte as a Rock" and "Ruffneck" much to the delight of the fans who lined both sides of 35th Street to see her perform.

Storm Coach Anne Donovan Answers Three Burning Questions:
Who's your favorite New Yorker of all time? "I wore 22 all my life for Dave DeBusschere, so I'd have to go with him."
If you could hold the WNBA All-Star Game anywhere besides New York, where would you hold it? "Washington D.C. was pretty cool last year."
What is your ulitmate summertime song? "Hey, [Storm assistant coach] Jenny [Boucek], what's the ultimate summertime song?" Boucek: "'Summertime' by Will Smith." Donovan: "I agree. We'll go with that."

Free's Style:
It's good to be Free! The host of BET's "106 & Park" stopped by to chat with WNBA.com users during the WNBA All-Star Game. Not only did she answer questions, but also Free made a wonderful impression by grabbing a laptop and typing in her answers. Free was one of many celebrities -- the actor Leon, Portland Trail Blazers coach Maurice Cheeks and Olympic gold medalist Oksana Baiul to name a few -- to attend the All-Star Game.

Sting Forward Allison Feaster Answers Three Burning Questions:
Who's your favorite New Yorker of all time? "Being a Southern country girl from South Carolina, I'm not too familiar with New York [laughs]."
If you could hold the WNBA All-Star Game anywhere besides New York, where would you hold it? "I'd have to say Hawaii. It's the summertime, you need a cool place to relax and that would be a great place to do it."
What is your ulitmate summertime song? "Will Smith, 'Summertime.'"

Signing Sandy Brondello:
Seattle Storm guard Sandy Brondello takes a little time during an autograph session at the WNBA 35th Street Jam at Macy’s Herald Square to chat with Ashley Lewis, 12, of Brooklyn, N.Y. Los Angeles Sparks center Lisa Leslie is Ashley's favorite WNBA player. "She's a role model," Ashley said, "and she can dunk!"

The World's Most Famous Marquee:
As the throngs entered Madison Square Garden, the marquee of the World's Most Famous Arena gave a shout out to the biggest event of the day: WNBA All-Star 2003, at 4 p.m. A sold-out crowd would see All-Star Game MVP Nikki Teasley and the West win 84-75. It was the West's fifth consecutive All-Star triumph.

Signs + Face Paint = Super Fans:
Ann Keough, a Mystics season-ticket holder from Virginia, and Michael O'Brien of Los Angeles, met at last year's All-Star Game in Washington D.C. Keough was attending her third WNBA All-Star Game. She said applying the WNBA logo in face paint took her "about one-half hour." And for the past couple of years, O'Brien has traveled to various WNBA games around the country, following the Sparks, the Fever and the Mercury.

ABC's Doris Burke:
Who's your favorite New Yorker of all time? "I think Bernard King is my favorite New Yorker. He was so smooth, so sweet on the blocks. I just loved watching that man play."
If you could hold the WNBA All-Star Game anywhere besides New York, where would you hold it? "Some place in Greece." [Ever been there before?] "No, but I'm dying to go."
What is your ulitmate summertime song? "The Beach Boys' 'Surfing U.S.A.'"

Bird Takes to the Airwaves:
Seattle Storm guard Sue Bird and NBA TV anchor Mark Morgan chat on NBA TV moments before the All-Stars take the floor for the fifth annual WNBA All-Star Game. Facing the media did not distract Bird, as she would go on to score 11 points and grab three rebounds in the game.