Basketball Hall of Famer and Sacramento Kings assistant coach Nancy Liebrman knows a thing or two about being a trendsetter.
As a high school junior she represented the United States at the Pan American Games in 1975. The following year she made the Olympic team, earning a silver medal, the youngest basketball medal winner in the history of the Olympics.
Lieberman played on the U.S. Women’s National Team in 1989 and with the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercuryfor one season. A Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 1996, Lieberman served as president of the Women’s Sports Foundation from 1998–2000.
On a recent episode of Scoop B Radio, Lady Magic talks about working hard among men in basketball as well as coaching over 20 years.
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