Throughout her basketball career, success has been synonymous with Sue Bird. When the Storm won the 2004 WNBA Championship, Bird became just the sixth player ever to win an NCAA Championship, a WNBA Championship and an Olympic gold medal. In adtition, Bird also won a national high-school championship at Christ the King High School and has won Euroleague and Russian Superleague titles. A three-time All-WNBA First Team pick, Bird has been one of the vanguards of a new breed of female point guards who are as dangerous scoring the basketball as they are passing it. During the 2003 season, Bird set a WNBA record with seven point-assist double-doubles. Despite suffering a broken nose early in the Storm's 2004 playoff run, Bird continued to star with a protective facemask, handing out a WNBA Playoffs record 14 assists in the Storm's Game 3 victory over Sacramento in the Western Conference Finals. In 2006, after just four full seasons in the league, Bird was voted to the WNBA's All-Decade Team. She has twice led the league in assists, in 2005 and 2009, and became just the third player in WNBA history to reach 3,000 career points and 1,000 assists.