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Alepp03



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PostPosted: 04/20/05 7:10 am    ::: And so we are left with... Reply Reply with quote

Free Agent -- Where they may end up???

Adia Barnes -- likely back in Seattle
Ruthie Bolton -- Sacramento/retirement?
Alisa Burras -- no where
Lady Grooms -- pregnant, correct?
Jessie Hicks -- retirement?
Pollyana Johns-Kimbrough -- I wish the Comets, maybe Indi or Wash
Merlakia Jones -- Is she the guard the Mystics are signing?
Wendy Palmer -- Indi could use a 4, New York could add a post
Gwen Slaughter -- Minny for training camp?
Andrea Stinson -- retirement?
Stephanie White -- retired, correct?
Michele Van Gorp -- no clue if she has any intention of coming back
Teresa Weatherspoon -- retirement, please?

RFAs
Simone Edwards -- Seattle, maybe Phoenix should at least look at her
Tynesha Lewis -- Mystics would be better served with Ty than Lake, maybe going back to the Sting
Clarisse Machanguana -- no where
Kristen Rasmussen -- Indi is still thin in the post, maybe Detroit
Maria Stepanova -- Russia
Slobadanka Tuvic -- is she returning to Phoenix this year?
Adrian Williams -- SA needs a starting center, she's probably sticking around there


I really have no idea



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PostPosted: 04/20/05 7:22 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Bobo Tuvic is not coming back.

As for Simone in Phoenix, ummmm no.
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PostPosted: 04/20/05 8:28 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

A couple of these have been signed by their teams and new teams.

You will hear some announcement today, and the next few days when its official with a press release.


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PostPosted: 04/20/05 3:36 pm    ::: Re: And so we are left with... Reply Reply with quote

Alepp03 wrote:
Free Agent -- Where they may end up???

Teresa Weatherspoon -- retirement, please?


there's something kind of pathetic that spoon's career may be ending, not with a bang but a whimper. she could've retired from NY as an icon, but took a gamble jumping to LA to get a ring, but lost the bet.



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PostPosted: 04/20/05 3:55 pm    ::: Re: And so we are left with... Reply Reply with quote

ripleydc wrote:
Alepp03 wrote:
Free Agent -- Where they may end up???

Teresa Weatherspoon -- retirement, please?


there's something kind of pathetic that spoon's career may be ending, not with a bang but a whimper. she could've retired from NY as an icon, but took a gamble jumping to LA to get a ring, but lost the bet.


LMAO!!! Excuse me if I refuse to feel sorry for someone who's played in 3 different countries, won a gold medal, and pimped her name and business acumen into a higher tax bracket than anyone else in Pineland could imagine and a comfortable living. Please. For one, she's been through a hell of a lot worse than not winning a ring. Second, Spoon knew what she was doing and what she was sacrificing by going to LA. Being NY's favorite daughter was one, but that's how she is and how she'll always be, doing things her way right or wrong. To borrow her favorite quote about herself, she's crazy, not stupid.

The ball stopped bouncing in NY and LA gave her a chance to go out on HER terms. Winning a ring would have been nice, but it wasn't meant to be. Oh well. Liberty fans have gotten over it and if they haven't they either will, or too bad. But I doubt sadness is an emotion reserved for someone who had a 16 year, practically injury free career. Let's be realistic, if she had won a ring in LA, it wouldn't have meant a thing compared to winning one in NY anyway.
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PostPosted: 04/20/05 6:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

As for the former Monarchs --

I'm going to assume that Ruthie will retire. I know she has said she wants one more year, but there is too much competition on the Monarchs this year.

Lady Grooms gave birth earlier this month, and is listed as the Monarchs' East Coast scout. This may be a volunteer position Confused

I've got no clue about anyone else. If Ruthie wanted a position in the front office for the Monarchs, I'm sure they would offer her one, but I doubt that is in her plans.

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