Houston three-peats as Liberty fails in championship game

Kelly, Dawn
September 1999
New York Amsterdam News;09/09/99, Vol. 90 Issue 37, p48
Reports on the three-peat championship of the Houston Comets after they beat the New York Liberty in Game Three of the Women's National Basketball Association's 1999 championship series. Highlights of the game; Excellent performance of the Comets' Big Three players, Cynthia Cooper, Sheryl Swoopes, and Tina Thompson; Retirement from professional basketball of Liberty center/forward Kym Hampton.


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