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Penicheiro, Riley, Still Inducted to Women’s Basketball HOF

Former WNBA players, Ticha Penicheiro, Ruth Riley Hunter and Valerie Still were inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame last weekend.

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Penicheiro is No. 2 on the WNBA’s all-time assists list.

Riley Hunter was the 2003 Finals MVP.

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It all started out as a dream to play in the Olympics… and armed with Faith, a work ethic and the love and support of my family, I started chasing after that dream. I could never have predicted the path, but I am incredibly grateful for the journey! The sport of basketball shaped who I am as a woman, it took me around the world, connected me with incredible teammates, coaches and friends, and taught me that sport is a powerful tool that can be used to positively impact the lives of others. My heart is filled with gratitude to so many women and men who have helped me on this journey. I am humbled and honored to be going into the @wbhof Class if 2019! -🎥 by my amazing husband @benhunter_art #wnba #ndwbb #nbacares #nothingbutnets #nokidhungry #wbhof #miamiheat

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Still is the University of Kentucky’s career scoring leader.