On a rare 90-degree Saturday in Minnesota, almost 9,000 fans gathered at Target Center to commemorate Lindsay Whalen, and when it was time for the Minnesota-born point guard to comment on her extensive career, the microphone stayed in her hands for less than a minute.
"I always tried to represent on the court as a player and do my best, so it was great today to see [the fans] here and supporting as always", said Whalen, who now coaches the University of Minnesota women's basketball team.
Sarfraz reveals Pakistan’s gameplan for their World Cup match against Australia
Actually we are thinking about tomorrow's game. "Our morale is very high, we got a momentum". "I think that thing is past", Sarfaraz told reporters.
Showing little expression, Whalen addressed her fans and shared her thanks for the retired number sent up to the rafters to cap a phenomenal career, then quickly directed the spotlight elsewhere.
"Her jersey is in the rafters because she is a victor", Reeve said. "The all-time winningest player in the WNBA". "Just the class act on and off the court". She played a massive role in turning the Lynx into a championship-caliber organization and that will never be forgotten. "We talk about culture that Lindsay helped us to establish".
Spain come from behind to beat South Africa
South Africa trained in a downpour in Deauville in their final training session before their first ever World Cup appearance. Spain Africa will try to win the match by the in the opening by good fielding and keep moving.
The former Lynx player retired from professional basketball at the end of the 2018 season.
Trump claims victory on Mexican migration
He said the tax on those goods would increase each month the problem persisted until October, when it would cap at 25 per cent. Speaker Nancy Pelosi got in a shot at Trump's negotiations with Mexico during a talk at the Peterson Foundation Tuesday.