Little League Sensation Mo'ne Davis Watches Her Heroes at the WNBA Western Conference Finals

Twelve-year-old Little League sensation Mo'ne Davis took the world by storm when she became the first girl to pitch for a team in the Little League World Series -- not to mention, she throws a 70 mph fastball. Baseball, however, is not Mo'ne's favorite sport. In an interview with ESPN, she said that her dream was to play basketball for coach Geno Auriemma at UCONN and eventually for the WNBA.

Today, at the Western Conference Finals, she got to meet some of her heroes including WNBA President Laurel Richie, Brittney Griner, Lindsay Whalen, and -- her idol -- Maya Moore.

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