Last week, San Antonio Spurs assistant coach chatted with the Players’ Tribune about being a trailblazer in the NBA.
Hammon is the NBA’s first full-time assistant coach. Also a former WNBA player, she chats with Jerry Stackhouse about her desire to break down gender barriers.
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“My hope would be eventually it’s just “coach,” she told Stackhouse.
“Recognized for my skills and my talents and my mind and my work ethic just like the next person.”
While discussing barriers, Hammon also visited Girls Inc., an organization that works to inspire the next generation of strong, smart, bold women.
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