Where Are They Now? - Rebecca Lobo

Throughout the 2012 season, which marks the 10th Anniversary of the Connecticut Sun, we will be taking a look back at the members of the 2003 roster that went 18-16 and advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. The seventh member of the team that we are catching up with is Rebecca Lobo. Read the previous installments:
Shannon "Pee Wee" Johnson
Brooke Wykoff
Adrienne Johnson
Courtney Coleman
Wendy Palmer
Debbie Black
Jessie Hicks

How She Joined The Sun: Rebecca was traded to Connecticut by the Houston Comets on February 14, 2003, in exchange for a second round pick in the 2003 WNBA Draft.

Sun Career: Rebecca played just one season with the Connecticut Sun, appearing in 25 games while providing invaluable leadership on and off the court. Her presence on the roster helped spark immediate fan and media interest in the franchise, giving it a much-needed boost in its inaugural season.

After Connecticut: Rebecca retired following the 2003 season, moving on to a successful broadcast career. She is now one of the most prominent and important voices in women’s basketball, providing commentary on ESPN while also working on local Connecticut Sun broadcasts. Inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010, she was honored this past weekend with the first annual Connecticut Sun Margo Dydek Award. She lives in Connecticut with her husband and children.