Lindsay Whalen and Nikki McCray's NBA All-Star Photo Diary

Phoenix Mercury guard Nikki McCray and Connecticut Sun guard Lindsay Whalen traveled to Denver to participate in the festivities surrounding NBA All-Star 2005. Here, the two share their experiences with fans through their own WNBA.com Photo Diary. All photos were shot by Lindsay, Nikki or someone with a free hand.


Breakfast with the WNBA, a bright and early start before heading out into the community.
Lindsay provides some encouragement at a Read to Achieve event.

After the Read to Achieve event was finished, Lindsay took some pictures with the kids...
... and signed lots of autographs with teammate Nykesha Sales, who was having a great time.

Lindsay shows the proper stretching technique to some Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA players.
Lindsay and members of the Nuggets family dedicate a court at a local youth center.

Nykesha does her best chicken dance impression while teaching at a local basketball clinic.
Lindsay and Nikki were among the many players who saw the Celebrity Game courtside.

Lindsay and singer Brian McKnight backstage after he played in the Celebrity Game...
...along with former ESPN Sportscenter anchor Kevin Frazier, who went "Hollywood.".

The Tennessee alum, Tamika Catchings, Kara Lawson and Nikki McCray...
Nikki and Lindsay welcome new WNBA President Donna Orender to the league.

With the Iceman, George Gervin.
With the Mystics coach Michael Adams.

With NBA legend JoJo White...
...and Hall-of-Famer Kareem Abdul Jabbar.

With Celtics great Robert Parish...
...and Bill Walton at the Tech Summit.

Great seats at the All-Star Game, just out of Shaq's enormous reach.
Tracy McGrady looks as cool as always during the player introductions.




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