It's not to hurt anyone, but basketball can be rough.
I try to never lose sight of what a special time it is to be a women's basketball player.
For me, the money isn't a big issue. I'm at the end of my career and I'm just happy to play.
You shouldn't just work on your jump shot. You should work on being a better person, a better teammate, and a better friend.
When I see these young girls who are dreaming the dream that I'm living, it's very very exciting and it puts a big smile on my face.
I think sportsmanship is knowing that it is a game, that we are only as a good as our opponents, and whether you win or lose, to always give 100 percent.
Once you know what to expect, it gets easier and easier. And now I know what I have to do to prepare for each season and what to expect through each season.
Sometimes people think that if you're always helping people up and never hit someone with a hard foul, you're automatically a good sport. I don't believe that.
There's a lot of room to grow, and the women who believe they're worth it are the ones who are going to make good things happen during the next period of WNBA growth.
To be on television and have my nieces and nephews see me, and seeing them wear my shirt to the games and be proud, it's so sweet. Sometimes it feels like it's just a dream.