Leslie-Dixon News

April 2007
Women's Basketball;Apr2007, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p11
This article announces that Los Angeles Sparks basketball player Lisa Leslie will miss the 2007 season in preparation for the birth of her first child. She was named Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) Player of the Year in 2006. In addition, she is the league's all-time leading scorer. Meanwhile, another player Tamecka Dixon was released by the Houston Comets team.


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