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Appeared in four games with the Washington Mystics, averaging 4.3 minutes per game…grabbed 2 rebounds in 6 minutes vs. Houston on 6/13…spent the majority of the season on the injured reserve due to left plantar fasciitis, and continued rehabilitation on an ACL replacement in her right knee.

Appeared in 30 games with the Washington Mystics averaging 2.1 points and 3.5 rebounds in 10.1 minutes per game…shot .333 (23-69) from the field and .581 (18-31) from the foul line…finished with 4 points and 5 rebounds vs. Seattle on 6/3…had a season-high 6 points vs. Utah on 6/29…recorded seven rebounds three times during the season, the last at Charlotte on 7/26.

Fifth in the league among rookies in free throw percentage (.745, 38-51)...Recorded her only double-double of the season against Sacramento on 7/8 (15 pts. and 12 rebs.)

2002: Played in France during the offseason…1999-2000: Played for team Urla in Turkey for during the offseason…1998-99: Played in 11 games for the ABL’s Chicago Condors averaging 12.3 ppg and 3.1 rebounds.

Named All-SEC Second Team in 1998…one of two players to start every game for Alabama that year…averaged 12.3 points and 7.1 rebounds her senior season…had seven double-double during the last 15 games of the season, including a pair against No. 1 ranked Tennesee…scored in double figures in 27 games…led the SEC in blocked shots averaging 1.8 bpg…ranked seventh in the conference in field goal percentage and eighth rebounding…recorded 63 blocked shots during her senior season…averaged 7.8 points and 4.8 rebounds while collecting three double-doubles during her junior year…Junior College (1994-96): JUCO’s Kodak/WBCA 1996 Player of the Year at Trinity Valley…a Kodak JUCO All-American First Team selection in 1996…selected to the 1996 JUCO Final Four All-Tournament Team…led Trinity Valley to the National Championship in 1996…averaged 18 points and 8 rebounds as a sophomore…averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds as a freshman.


  • A Leap Year baby
  • Has been playing basketball since she was 13, but never played organized ball with girls until she was a high school freshman and made the varsity team
  • Majored in criminology
  • First name is actually Nartausha
  • Known as "Baby Shaq" after NBA player Shaquille O'Neal, also likes to be called "T-Mills."
  • Owns an American Bulldog named "5-Too."

  • Career Transactions

    Drafted in the first round (second overall) by the Washington Mystics in the 2000 WNBA Draft....Signed as a free agent by the San Antonio Silver Stars on 5/11/03.

    created:3/27/2008 6:24:14 AM