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Foudy's Find: San Diego Splash.

All it takes to be welcome on the San Diego Splash women's basketball team is the ability to stand up and move your legs. You also have to be at least 80 years old. Julie Foudy introduces the players of this 3-on-3 hoops squad.

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Griner dunks in Phoenix victory.

In the fourth quarter of the Mercury's win over the Storm, Brittney Griner gets the ball in the paint and finishes with a strong jam.

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Moore praises Fowles' determination.

Maya Moore joins SportsCenter to discuss what Sylvia Fowles has meant to the Lynx this season and why she appreciates the game the Spurs play so much.

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Remember When: UConn dominance.

Former Huskies, including Breanna Stewart, Stefanie Dolson and Diana Taurasi, discuss the impact the UConn women's basketball program has had on the WNBA.

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What Title IX means to Candace Parker.

L.A. Sparks forward Candace Parker explains how Title IX has opened up so much opportunity for her and what it will do for her own daughter in the future.

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What Title IX means to Kelsey Plum.

San Antonio Stars guard Kelsey Plum discusses how different it was for her mother playing sports versus how much more of an opportunity Title IX continues to give Kelsey Plum.

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Behind the scenes look at Taurasi's scoring milestone.

Take an all-access look at Diana Taurasi becoming the WNBA's all-time leading scorer.

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Title IX 45th Anniversary: WNBA Title IX Roundtable.

Holly Rowe hosts a roundtable with Rebecca Lobo, LaChina Robinson and Chamique Holdslaw to discuss the impact Title IX has had on their careers and the influence it has within the WNBA and women's basketball.

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Title IX 45th Anniversary Vignette: Lisa Leslie.

Lisa Leslie left a lasting legacy in women's basketball. Sue Bird gives praise to how much of an impact Leslie had on the sport and her.

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Serena the favorite for Best Female Athlete?

The SportsNation panel discusses who should get the ESPY for Best Female Athlete between Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky, Candace Parker, and Serena Williams.

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Johnson's late block helps key Wings' win.

Glory Johnson gets a big block on Moriah Jefferson with 5.2 seconds left, as Dallas is able to hold on to a 81-78 victory over San Antonio.

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SportsCenter: #espnWtop10.

Relive the top 10 plays of the week in women's sports around the world.

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Taurasi sets scoring mark in loss to Sparks.

Diana Taurasi scores 19 points to eclipse Tina Thompson for the most points in WNBA history but the Mercury fall to the Sparks 90-59.

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Taurasi says clinching moment was 'pretty cool.'

Diana Taurasi explains what it felt like to become the WNBA all-time leading scorer, shares a conversation she had with Connecticut coach Geno Auriemma and talks about her relationships with Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.

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Kobe calls Taurasi's record 'well-deserved.'

Kobe Bryant describes the circumstances that got him to Sunday's Mercury-Sparks game where Diana Taurasi became the WNBA's leading scorer. He also details how he and Taurasi are "cut from the same cloth."

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Thompson congratulates Taurasi for breaking record.

Tina Thompson congratulates Diana Taurasi for breaking her WNBA career scoring record.

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Plum struggles in return to Seattle.

Stars rookie Kelsey Plum, who starred at the University of Washington, returns to Seattle and scores eight points on 2-of-11 shooting in a 75-57 loss to the Storm.

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Sun hand the Lynx their first loss.

Behind a strong game from Jasmine Thomas, the Connecticut Sun hand the Minnesota Lynx their first loss of the season with a 98-93 win.

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Father's Day

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Kaela Davis thankful for her father, Antonio Davis.

Dallas Wings star Kaela Davis shares what it was like growing up with a father in the NBA and how he's impacted her career.

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WNBA stars sending Father's Day wishes.

Stars around the WNBA have special messages for their fathers and share what makes their relationships so unique.

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WNBA stars pay tribute to Taurasi.

Before she records the all-time points record, fellow WNBA athletes share their praises of Diana Taurasi.

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Remember When, Watch Now - The MVP trifecta.

In 2001, Lisa Leslie was the regular-season MVP, the All-Star Game MVP and WNBA Finals MVP en route to leading the Sparks to the WNBA championship. Former WNBA players discuss what it was like to play against Leslie.

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NBA exec Harris' passing comes as a shock to Nichols.

Rachel Nichols remembers Todd Harris, who passed away suddenly at the age of 47.

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Remember When, Watch Now - Delle Donne's MVP season.

Elena Delle Donne was expected to be a special player once she got to the WNBA. But her performance in 2015 earned her the MVP.

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Remember When, Watch Now - 'The Shot.'

In perhaps the biggest and most memorable shot in league history, New York's Teresa Weatherspoon hits a buzzer beater in Game 2 of the 1999 WNBA Finals.

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Holdsclaw educating others about mental health.

Six-time WNBA All-Star Chamique Holdsclaw shares her struggles with depression and how her mentor and coach Pat Summitt helped her along the way.

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Stars

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Plum: Work hard and 'make sure you always have fun.'

A sprained ankle kept Kelsey Plum from playing in San Antonio's first two games. But the Stars' No. 1 WNBA draft pick shared some great advice to a girl who just started playing basketball.

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Foudy's Finds: Elena Delle Donne dominates on more than one court.

In this edition of Foudy's Finds, Elena Delle Donne and Julie Foudy get together to play dodgeball.

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Breanna's basketball world tour.

It's been a year since former UConn star Breanna Stewart won the National Championship. Where's she been since then? Everywhere.

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