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Background

2007 (Los Angeles/New York):
Appeared in 15 games for New York … Led the team in scoring in her third Liberty game … Earned her first career victory at The Garden on July 8 against Sacramento … SEASON HIGHS: Points – 15, (@ Sacramento, 6/26); Rebounds – 6, (@ Sacramento, 6/26); Assists – 3, (@ Los Angeles, 6/29); Steals – 3, (Twice, 7/31); Blocks – 1, (Indiana, 5/24*); FGM – 5, (@ Sacramento, 6/26); FGA – 13 (@ Sacramento, 6/26); FT – 2, (Twice, 6/29); FTA – 2, (Twice, 6/29); Min. – 27, (@ Sacramento, 6/26) … PLAYOFFS: Notched five points in nine minutes of play in Game Two against Detroit.

2006 (Los Angeles):
Played in 24 games … Averaged 4.6 ppg and 1.79 rpg … Shot .385 from the floor and .710 from the free-throw line … Scored a season high 13 points against Phoenix on July 14, 2006.

AS A COLLEGIAN:
In 2005, was UCLA’s all-time three-point show leader (186) … Selected to the first-team All-Pac-10 squad … Ranked sixth in the nation in steals (3.64) and tied for 25th in three points shots made per game (2.52) … Her 102 steals were the most ever by a Bruin junior and third most in Bruin history … Became the first Bruin player to record back-to-back 100 steals seasons … Her 70 made three-points shots tied her own school record mark for a season … Ranks 18th on the all-time school list … Had 26 double figure scoring games and nine double figure rebounding games in 2005.

INTERNATIONAL:
Prior to the 2008 season, played for Athinaikos in Greece during the fall and winter months, averaging 11.9 ppg and 4.6 rpg in 11 games … During the spring, she competed in Turkey for Pankup TED, with a 14.4 ppg and 7.5 rpg averages … At the 2005 World University Games in Izmir, Turkey, earned a gold medal as a member of the USA Women’s Basketball team.


Personal

Daughter of Sandra and Robert … The youngest of five children, siblings are Bryant, Robin, Kevin and Stephanie … Born and raised in Long Beach, CA … Played basketball at Narbonne High School in Harbor City, CA with team-mate Loree Moore and the Indiana Fever’s Ebony Hoffman.

Career Transactions

Selected by the Los Angeles Sparks in the first round (5th overall) in the 2006 WNBA Draft on April 5, 2006 … Acquired rights via trade with Los Angeles in exchange for Sherill Baker on June 20, 2007.

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