Lisa Leslie to retire from Sparks at season’s end -- The AP reports: Three-time WNBA MVP and four-time Olympic gold medalist Lisa Leslie will call it quits after her upcoming 12th season with the Los Angeles Sparks. The 36-year-old center announced her decision Wednesday, accompanied by her 19-month-old daughter and husband. Leslie, a cornerstone of the league since its start in 1997, guided the Sparks to WNBA championships in 2001 and 2002. “I’m not going to pull a (Michael) Jordan and come back in a year or two,” she said. “For me, I feel good about where I am. … I just know this is a good time. I can still help (the team). I don’t want to be out there when I can’t do it.”
I think that when the longest thread in the WNBA forum is about which one of them is hotter, you know that nobody takes it seriously.
There's very few sports that women are better at than men and I think people need to work to find more sports like that. Volleyball being one of them, in Men's volleyball its just one ace after another, in women's volleyball there's actually volleys. The same sometimes goes for tennis, but that's one of the few sports where I think both sexes are fun to watch.