What's that on your nose? A coach getting into the action? Three Burning Questions? It's all here in "10 Cool Things". Get an behind the scenes look at WNBA Finals 2004 as it goes down in Connecticut and Seattle.
-- Game 1: 10 Cool Things

-- By Rob Peterson, WNBA.com

Three Burning Questions with ... Edna Campbell

A football movie opened to great reviews this weekend. We want to know: What's your favorite basketball movie?
"Hoosiers. I think it's inspirational for any basketball player."

What natural scene is better: Fall in Connecticut or a sunset over the Sound in Seattle?
"Come on now! Hmmm? A sunset over the Puget Sound."

Who would make a better basketball player: President Bush or Senator Kerry?
"I think Senator Kerry. He just looks more agile."


Bird's Band-Aids

An enterprising young man sold plastic Sue Bird nose-strips to raise money for a trip to Boys' Scouts camp.
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Meet the Full-Court Press

Storm coach Anne Donovan talks shop with reporters before Game 2.
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Wired for Sound

The Bucket Boys from Chicago get their buckets wired for sound during rehersals before Game 2.
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Pre-Game Action Shot

Not satisfied with just drawing up plays on the white board in the locker room, Sun coach throws a hand in Lindsay Whalen's face during warmups before Game 2.
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Three Burning Questions with ... ESPN Analyst Nancy Lieberman

A football movie opened to great reviews this weekend. We want to know: What's your favorite basketball movie?
"'Hoosiers.'" I just love the drama and the locker room speeches. As a matter of fact, I have 'Hoosiers' with me. I watched it on the plane out here."

What natural scene is better: Fall in Connecticut or a sunset over the Sound in Seattle?
"They're both absolutely beautiful, but I'm a fan of water."

Who would make a better basketball player: President Bush or Senator Kerry?
"I know that Bush is a good athlete. I've played basketball with him before. He's kind of feisty. I don't know anything about Kerry."


Sign Language
The fans at KeyArena sometimes had to express their thoughts with the written word to make themselves heard over the din. And if that didn't get anyone's attention, their hair did.
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Marcus Down As Fans

Marcus Pettit, a 13-year-old, belted out the national anthem before Game 2 at KeyArena.
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Three Burning Questions with ... ESPN Studio Host Pam Ward

A football movie opened to great reviews this weekend. We want to know: What's your favorite basketball movie?
"Everyone says 'Hoosiers,' but I'm going to with 'Hoop Dreams.'"

What natural scene is better: Fall in Connecticut or a sunset over the Sound in Seattle?
"Sunset over the Puget Sound."

Who would make a better basketball player: President Bush or Senator Kerry?
"I would say Senator Kerry. He's longer, leaner. He has that Katie Douglas thing going and I just like him better."

For a Great Cause
The first 5,000 fans to Game 2 received Breast Health Awarenss ribbons. Remember to bid in the Breast Health Auction.
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